SEPTEMBER 2016 events in NY and Eastern US

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August 18 - September 2, 2016 Gregorian, a new play by Matthew Greene, portrays one family's journey through the bloodiest century in human history as four generations discover the gravity of a name passed from father to son. The play explores the cyclical effects of genocide on humanity, the consequences of denial, and the essential place these stories hold in our existence. Beginning with the Gregorian family's own tragic roots in the Armenian Genocide, through the rise of the Nazi Party, across the killing fields of Cambodia, and the continuing crisis in Africa, they do all they can to hold on to heritage, history, and hope.
Details and for tickets check out:!gregorian/howqb

September 1-5, 2016 83rd Annual AYF-YOARF Olympics hosted by the New Jersey Arsen Chapter taking place in NJ

Tuesday, September 6, 2016, 7:00 PM Tatul Hakobyan's lecture and book presentation at St.Illuminator Cathedral's John Pashalian Hall
Yerevan-based Armenian reporter and author Tatul Hakobyan will deliver lecture on Armenia-Turkey relations, Nagorno Karabakh negotiation process and Armenia’s foreign policy issues and challenges

Saturday, September 10 from noon to dusk – for our annual Oceania Street Festival. Entertainment by international superstar Robert Chilingerian and DJ Neptune. Delicious Armenian food, homemade desserts, Beer & Wine Garden, Booktique, Attic Treasures, children’s rides, vendors and much more. Lots of chances to win great prizes!

September 11 - in NJ - St. Thomas Armenian Church is happy to announce the first day of the Sunday School year - on the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Khatchveratz)! You may register your child at any time! More info here

Sunday, September 11, 2016 At Holy Cross Armenian Church uptown in Manhattan: Annual “Madagh” Dinner: traditional Armenian appetizers, lamb, pilaf,
vegetables, and desserts.
Pilgrimage to Charkhapan: our prayers to keep evil away and let miracles occur. Mabel Fenner Scholarship awards to help people in our Holy Cross family to achieve their goals.
Dinner is free. Starts after church services. Voluntary “Madagh” contributions appreciated.

Thursday September 15 - An evening on the plaza to show our appreciation to our Diocesan donors - 6pm to 9 pm, location: St. Vartan's Plaza, 34th St and 2nd Ave, NYC

Invites You to our 2016 Power Breakfast
Saturday Sept.17, 2016 at 8: on am
Presenting: “Seasons of a Man”,
Know the season you are living in and anticipate your future.
Breakfast Menu: Pasterma, eggs, pancakes, feta cheese, lavash.
Come to meet, participate, discover and get strengthened.
Come participate and then help spread the word to have your church as host.
All welcome to step up and be part of a uniting growing caring community.
Best of all, it’s free when you register at: or Tel: 718 454 5210
Armenian Church of the Holy Martyrs, Bayside.

Saturday, 17 September - Armenian Harvest Festival in CT -

Saturday, September 17 Enjoy a beautiful bike ride around Governors Island in honor of the 25th anniversary of Armenia's independence, an event organized by the Eastern Diocese Development Department and St. Vartan Cathedral.

Saturday, September 17 in CT -

Sunday, September 18 Annual picnic of St. Gregory the Enlightener Armenian Church at 1131 North Street, White Plains, NY 10605.
Dance Music & Entertainment by the one & only Onnik Dinkjian & The Johnny Berberian Ensemble.

Sunday, September 18 the annual picnic of St. Sarkis in Douglaston, NY

September 21 in Washington DC - Vardanants Day Lecture to Mark 25th Anniversary of the Armenian Republic

September 24th dinner dance at Sevan Restaurant & Catering in Bayside, NY - Hovhannes Babakhanyan from LA will be performing love songs live in several languages.
$55 per person - includes full course meal - For reservations call: 718-281-0004

27 September - Dr. Ervine's presentation will take place in the Guild Hall of the Armenian Diocese in New York on Tuesday, Septmeber 27, 2016. All are invited to the event, which is free of charge. A reception will follow. For further information contact the Zohrab Center at or (212) 686-0710.


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