The 61st edition of the Tulsa Greek Festival is happening this weekend.
The annual party gets underway Thursday morning at 11.
Day one highlights include a toga run, in which joggers clad in togas compete in a 5K race.
And there’s also a contest for best toga.
Other activities include the Agora marketplace, live music and Greek folk dancing.
The festival is located at Holy Trinity Orthodox Church at 12th and Guthrie Avenue.
Hours are 11am until 9pm Thursday thru Saturday.
Admission is $5 for adults.