Arts and Culture
A world premiere musical! SOME PEOPLE HEAR THUNDER is a powerful love story set between 1914 and 1915 in NYC and the villages in the shadow of Mousa Ler. This uplifting tale tells the story of a young reporter, his true love in America, and Armenians fighting for dignity and survival in the face of the brutality of the Turkish deportations, all brought to life through song, dance, and beautiful storytelling.
Monday, May 29 Arts and Culture Other
We invite you to a Memorial Day Picnic Monday, May 29 from Noon – 6 pm. Armenian & Middle Eastern Food Festival. Delicious Kebabs, Doner/Gyro, Boreg, Yalanchi, Baklava, Mushebek, & more!
Saturday, Jun 10 Arts and Culture Religion Armenian Genocide
Celebrate with us and support the FIRST ARMENIAN CHURCH established in New York City. Enjoy award-winning food, a talk by the esteemed Donald Wilson Bush, and songs by the inspirational a cappella trio Zulal. Join us at our 120th Anniversary Banquet Luncheon and help the Armenian Evangelical Church of New York, once a haven for Armenian genocide survivors, continue to be a place where disciples of Jesus Christ are made in New York City.
Saturday, Jul 22 Arts and Culture
Armenia & Artsakh 12 Day Tour
Saturday, Nov 18 Arts and Culture Other
Platinum Anniversary Gala Celebrating 70 Years of Cultural Excellence. Cultural program and entertainment.
Saturday, Nov 18 Arts and Culture Science and Education Other
Hovnanian School's 9th Annual Art in Fall Exhibition. This event is an art exhibition featuring national and international Armenian artists or artists of Armenian descent with a collection of fine art including oils, mixed media, photography, and sculpture. 40% of sales are donated to the Hovnanian School PTO fund which benefits the school's students.