NOVEMBER 2016 events in NY and East Coast

List of Armenian events in NY and East Coast: This list gets updated as we get new information - please bookmark and check often

NOVEMBER 5 - at MIT ARS Youth Connect Program to be Held at MIT - for Armenian youth ages 18-25 - “There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots, the other wings.” details at: Registration is required. A $20 registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner/social event. To register, visit and pay through choosing the Youth Connect Program tab.

NOVEMBER 6 - ARENI is introducing our 2nd Annual GHAPAMA Musical Extravaganza!HEY JAN, GHAPAMA! at 3pm
Location: St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church, (38-65 234st, Douglaston NY, 11363) (taking the LIRR, get off the Douglaston station)

November 12 in NJ AESA NY-NJ Annual Banquet - 7pm to 11 pm details:
Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America NY-NJ Section for our Annual Benefit Dinner this November 12, 2016 at 6:00pm at Elan Banquet Hall in NJ. This is a great opportunity to network and meet with other Engineers and Scientists and their families and see what AESA NY-NJ Section has been up to in the past year.
In this years' Dinner we will be honoring fellow Armenian, Dr. Garnik Nanagulian, Executive Director of FAR as well as the three winners of the annual HMADS science fair.
For information on AESA NY-NJ Section and our activities please visit, - event's FB page:

November 12 in NJ - Karnig Sarkissian in celebrating the 25th anniversary of Armenia's independence:
flyer at:

November 13 at Almayass for a luncheon fundraiser to benefit the Armenian community in Syria organized by ARS Mayr Chapter of NY - see the flyer for details:

November 15-16
HMADS-PTO will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair on Tuesday, November 15 from 8:30am to 5pm and on Wednesday, November 16 from 8:30am to 8:30pm. HMADS-PTO will be selling English and Armenian books for all ages, including adults. In addition to a wonderful array of books, the Book Fair features a Bake Sale and a selection of Anet’s Collection of wearable Armenian scarves and men’s neckties...perfect items for Christmas! Remember that every purchase is part of the fundraising efforts for HMADS so please encourage your friends and families to attend, support and shop online in support of HMADS!

Nov 17, Thursday at 4:30-6 pm in LC 1022,
a Hye forum at Fordham-LC with Professor Hratch zadoian and AAA Director Bryan Ardouny from Washington DC. Come join us, Harold

Save the date: Saturday, November 19th 2016 details to come soon - event by the Armenian Sisters Academy annual POSH Silent and Live Auction in PA

November 19 and 20
Food Fair & Pomegranate Festival
The Holy Martyrs Food Fair is back! Armenian delicacies and desserts will be available to purchase for home and your holiday tables on Saturday, November 19 (10am – 7pm) and Sunday, November 20 (12 noon – 5pm) in the church auditorium. Hot lunch of chicken and luleh kebab will also be available on Sunday for purchase. Pomegranate celebration and special cultural program on Sunday afternoon. For more information, call Patty at 516-505-7447
Flyer link:
In addition - The Cultural event for Pomegranate Weekend at Holy Martyrs is on Saturday, November 19 at 7:30 PM in Kalustian Hall of the Armenian Church of the Holy Martyrs with Nevart Zeronian-Dadourian (piano), Ashot Soghomonyan (flute) and Ruthann Turekian, soprano will be giving a concert of classical, sacred and Armenian music.

19-20 November Art Music and Cocktails details SAVE THE DATE:

Sunday, November 20, 2016 At Holy Cross Armenian church uptown in Manhattan: Annual Food Bazaar: Home-made food at Holy Cross Armenian dinners to eat-in for sale
Armenian dinners to take home for sale White elephant table, Jewelry table, Traditional Armenian groceries available
Instead of cooking at home, go out to dinner at Holy Cross. Enjoy the day with family. And attend church too. Armenian Badarak is a beautiful service. Free admission to Bazaar.

12th Annual Armenian Thanksgiving Eve Party/Fundraiser - reservation link and details:

November 30th - Kill the Alarm at Rockwood Music Hall (New York, NY) 9 PM - 11 PM
Rockwood Music Hall, 196 Allen St, New York, New York 10002


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