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.
Saturday, Sep 23 Arts and Culture Politics
Concert is dedicated to the 26th annivarsary of the Independence of Armenia.
Shnorhali Choir & Hamazkayin Arekag Chorus with special guest appearance of the talented Sibil.
Sunday, Sep 24 Arts and Culture
The school's annual Food Festival open to the entire community. Delicious food & refreshments, kids games & activities, various vendors for unique shopping items, entertainment by DJ Berj, Shushi Dance Ensemble and Hamazkayin of New Jersey's Arekag Choir. 100% of the Festival proceeds benefit Hovnanian School.
Friday, Sep 29 Arts and Culture
"They Shall Not Perish: The Story of Near East Relief" - the heroic American response to the refugee crisis during the Armenian Genocide. A documentary film screening followed by Q&A with executive producer, Shant Mardirossian (board member of Near East Relief).
Saturday, Sep 30 Arts and Culture Religion Other
Delicious Armenian Food, Armenian Music & Dance. Also Greek and Chinese dance routines as well. Vendors, raffles, 50/50 winnings, beverages, games and fun for children. The John Berberian Ensemble will be the headliners followed by many dance and singing acts.
Sunday, Oct 1 Arts and Culture Religion
Celebrating Cultural Month & The Feast of the Holy Cross of Varak.
Saturday, Oct 7 Arts and Culture Other
Please join us for an evening of non-stop music with two bands for your dancing pleasure featuring Onnik Dinkian, Kevork Artinian, Ara Dinkjian, Harold Hagopian, Jim Kzirian, Raffi Massoyan, George Tebrejian and Steve Vosbikian!
Friday, Oct 13 Arts and Culture
Pegasus: The Orchestra is proud to partner with Armenia Fund USA in presenting its Debut Concert. The featured artwork includes Michael Aram’s Pegasus Sculpture and various paintings by Hakob Hakobyan. The proceeds of the concert will benefit the Artsakh Housing Project.
Friday, Oct 13 Arts and Culture Religion
He saved someone's life from the sea and gave his own life to the sea.
Sunday, Oct 22 Arts and Culture
20th Anniversary Dinner Honoring Michael Aram and Hagop Baghdadlian.
Celebrating 20 years of Armenian Jewelers Association Social Awareness and Philanthropy.
Friday, Oct 27 Arts and Culture Other
An evening with singer-songwriter Elie Berberian at Hovnanian School. Details to follow.
Friday, Oct 27 Arts and Culture Science and Education
You are invited to the Hovnanian School Fall Harvest Kef featuring Elie Berberian and his band with Steve Vosbikian. Lavish Mezze, dancing and cash bar.
Saturday, Oct 28 Arts and Culture
TCA Mher Megerdchian Theatrical Group presents a new play, “The Unexpected Guest” by Agatha Christie. A Murder Mystery presented in Armenian with English subtitles. Oradell Elementary School. Oradell, NJ. Saturday, October 28th 8pm and Sunday October 29th, 4pm. Details to follow.
Sunday, Nov 12 Arts and Culture Politics
A PowerPoint presentation in English and Armenian by Cartoonist & Journalist Lusin Kasbarian. Using illustrated examples, Lusin will discuss the origins of political cartoons; using humor/sarcasm to diffuse difficult topics.
Saturday, Nov 18 Arts and Culture Other
Platinum Anniversary Gala Celebrating 70 Years of Cultural Excellence. Cultural program and entertainment by Elie Berberian and his band from Montreal.
Saturday, Jan 20 Arts and Culture
AHC 2018: Fort Lauderdale, FL – Armenian Heritage Cruise XXI 2018 January 20-28, 2018 – Eastern Caribbean Cruise aboard the Royal Caribbean’s Freedom Of The Seas. Travelling to: St. Kitts / St.John's Antigua / San Juan / Labadee, Private Island.