The Woodstock International Food Festival returned in-person last weekend at St. Elizabeth Orthodox Church in Woodstock, with a drive-thru option, serving up the congregation's popular pirohi and other dishes. 

In addition to food, the festival brought live music and chlidren's activities, and the church opened up its doors for tours.

The festival was free to attend, but visitors bought food from various church members. The proceeds from the event will support the church, including community service efforts like giving to local food banks. 

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