Wednesday, December 10, 2014

New Year's Eve Armenian Amanor Celebrations 31 Dec 2014

Here is the flyers of the Armenian New Year's Eve - "Amanor" Celebrations set for 31 December 2014 around the world

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In Douglaston, Queens, NY (Tip: If you're not driving, then from Manhattan take the LIRR to Douglaston station!
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Time: 8:30pm - 3:00am Jan 1st

Location: St Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church of Long Island, in Douglaston, Queens, NY
The Yeraz Dance Ensemble will be hosting their 1st annual New Year's Eve Party.
Great food, great music
Entertainment: DJ Erevani Entertainment
Tickets: $75 per person, includes full dinner and 3 raffle tickets
Children under 14: $25, includes special entertainment and menu
Children under 5: no charge and may stay with parents in hall
Contact for info and reservations by Dec 11th:
Ani Nercessian: (516) 784-0740 or the church office: (718) 224-2275

In Little Neck, Queens,NEW YORK:

In Tenefly, NJ:

At St.Vartanantz in NJ:

In Milford, NJ

In Valey Forge, PA:
All these Armenian churches get together for a fabulous Amanor celebration:

Philadelphia Area Armenian Church Links

Armenian Martyrs’ Congregational Church, Havertown, PA
Holy Trinity Armenian Church, Cheltenham, PA
St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church, Philadelphia, PA
St. Marks Armenian Catholic Church, Wynnewood, PA
Sts. Sahag and Mesrob Armenian Church, Wynnewood, PA

The Armenian Sisters Academy

PAND Event Schedule: All events will take place at the,DoubleTree, Philadelphia, Valley Forge
Wednesday, December 31st, 2014
7:30pm-10:00pm New Year’s Eve Dinner
10:00pm-2:00am New Year’s Eve Dance
Featuring Armenian Music by Richard Hagopian, Harold Hagopian, Dave Hoplamazian, Chris Marashlian and American Music by DJ Serop
Event details and reservations:

In Boston: Watertown, MA

In Houston, Texas:

In California:

In Toronto, Canada

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