Armenian Friends of America will hold its annual dance (Hye Kef 5) on Saturday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m., at the the DoubleTree Hotel in Andover, MA (123 Old River Rd., Andover). Featuring Vosbikian, Barsamian, Berberian, Dinkjian, & Naroian bands. Proceeds benefit Armenian churches of Merrimack Valley. To view a flyer with details and contacts, visit the Armenian Friends website.
St. Thomas Church of Tenafly, NJ, will hold a Lenten luncheon on Sunday, Mar. 15, following the celebration of the Divine Liturgy, at the church (174 Essex Dr., Tenafly). Click here for a flyer with information.
This event is cancelled.
St. Thomas Church of Tenafly, NJ, will hold its 55th anniversary banquet on Palm Sunday, Apr. 5, at the church (174 Essex Dr., Tenafly) following the celebration of the Divine Liturgy. Click here for a flyer with information.
Armenian professional associations in the engineering, scientific, legal, health, and other fields are sponsoring the 10th annual Mentoring & Networking Forum, on Friday, Mar. 6, at 6:30 p.m., in Rm. 333 of Fordham University’s School of Business at Lincoln Center (140 West 62nd St., b/n Columbus & Amsterdam Aves., New York City). College and high school students will have the opportunity to network with professionals. Snacks and beverages served. Free admission; to register (with a chance to win an Amazon gift card) click here. Click on the link to view a flyer.
The Eastern Diocese’s Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center will continue its season on environmental topics with a lecture by St. Nersess Seminary student Dn. Alex Calikyan, titled “Armenian Christian Approaches to Creation: Being or Doing?” on Thursday, Mar. 5, at 7 p.m., in Guild Hall of the Diocesan Center (630 Second Ave., New York). Click on the link to read more and to view a flyer. (Please note: The Zohrab Center plans to stream the lecture on its Facebook page.)