Members of the Academy of Serbian Folk Dancing Association perform at the SerbFest DC Festival.
Photo by Jessica Yurinko Photography
Saint Luke Serbian Orthodox Church of Potomac hosted its fourth semiannual SerbFest DC Festival, May 19-21, bringing Serbian food, culture, crafts and entertainment to the greater Washington, D.C. area.
Hundreds of attendees enjoyed traditional Serbian dishes, beverages, culture and family-friendly activities. The three-day festival also included live music performances from traditional tamburitza band Srpski Sinovi Orchestra and Serbian music by DC Acoustic Band as well as Serbian dance performances by The Academy of Serbian Folk Dance Association (Toronto, Ontario) and Folklore ensemble Strazilovo from St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church (Toronto, Ontario).
Traditional Serbian drink and cuisine were served including Svinjetina (spit-roasted pig), Ćevapčići (grilled skinless ground meat sausages), Burek (baked meat pie in phyllo dough), Šopska salata (tomato, cucumber and onion salad with feta cheese), Krofna (deep-fried donut) and Serbian nut rolls.
SerbFest DC plans to host their next festival this coming Fall 2017. For more information visit https://www.serbfestdc.com/.