Arts and Culture Armenian Genocide
A book presentation, art exhibit & discussion. Out of My Great Sorrows is the story of a woman whose life and work were largely shaped by the experiences of her parents, who were survivors of the 1915 Armenian Genocide. It weaves a narrative, told by her niece and nephew, which follows Mary Zakarian’s journey through life and the personal problems resulting from a traumatic background. It is also a cultural history of the Armenian immigrant experience in the U.S.
Wednesday, May 2 Arts and Culture
Please join the PTO as we “Channel Our Inner Audrey” at the Mother’s Day Luncheon. Our Breakfast at Tiffany’s themed celebration will feature a special performance by the Early Learning Center through 1st Grade students, fabulous raffle prizes, and a delicious gourmet lunch.
Saturday, May 5 Arts and Culture
Voice Of Armenians TVNY and Vladimir Kocharian Theatrical group present a new comedy Charley's Aunt. Directed by Karine Kocharian.
Tuesday, May 8 Arts and Culture
Mother's Day dinner & 40th anniversary of Agnouni chapter with a very unique cultural program
Diana Vaselian Violinist
Friday, May 18 Arts and Culture
Datevik Hovanesian and her trio have prepared a beautiful bouquet of American Standards, Brazilian tunes and ethnic Armenian Jazz music for you.
Thursday, Jul 19 Arts and Culture
Voice Of Armenians TVNY invites everyone to take part in an unforgettable travel experience to Russia, Moscow and St. Petersburg. 4 days in a beautiful and historical capital of Russia Moscow and 6 days in Russia's crown jewel and most iconic city in the world St. Petersburg.
Sunday, Sep 30 Arts and Culture Other
Save the date! Armenia Fund USA and Ardzagang Armenian TV are proud to present Artash Asatryan and Band, guest singer Grisha Asatryan, from Armenia! The concert is dedicated to the Armenia’s and Artsakh’s Independence Celebration.