Here is additional Armenian events flyers.
The Facebook link of the events are already posted at the New York Armenians group on Facebook.
You may check t
he events and follow on google calendar
Please check the Armenian events at: https://sites.google.com/view/hye-info/armenian-events-calendars
Here is listing of some of the upcoming events in our areas
After a successful tour in NY, Armenia, Artsakh, Cyprus, Beirut, Aynjar, Boston, Glendale, DC, Toronto and Cambridge, now in Bayside…. Come and be inspired by the legendary KHRIMIAN HAYRIG. A monologue by Dr. Herand Markarian. FB event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2122392224718648/
For upcoming events, you might check this calendar, which I update often at:
We occasionally share links via messenger on Facebook. I have decided to post here some of the links shared with me. I hope you enjoy them, as much as I have.
This morning one of my girlfriends, who sends often variety of links, she shared a YouTube video of a popular Armenian singer, Harout Pamboukjian. It was refreshing to find out he had some comedy as well. From the comments it seems it’s for Armenian children. Afterwards, the streaming other collection of videos continued, some oldies, but goodies.
It’s the channel of Armenian Music Group. You might like to listen, specially if you are fan of Armenian pop music from past years. Enjoy.
A second friend of mine, sent me the link of IN MEMORIAM: PATRIARCH MESROB II MUTAFYAN (1956-2019) May he rest in peace. I will read this article later.
Here is another one I received from another dear girlfriend, it’s in Arabic. Remarks about Women, for the occasion of the Women’s Day. Variety of women, she speaks the reality of society: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=10154591030638577
And she also shared this amazing video: Baalbeck International Festival, 1965 by the Libano-Armenian Folk Dance Ensemble Directed by Samuel Ilandjian See Less
I appreciate the carefully curated messages privately shared by my friends. I usually don’t get to have the time to check the publicly shared links by friends. However, whenever I happen to see, while I get quickly on Facebook to manage variety of groups and pages, I click a like or add a quick message, to acknowledge that I have seen them.
This link is pinned at the Social Media board at: https://www.pinterest.com/OurDesignPages/social-media/
What’s your recent favorite social media shares? What’s your style of surfing and using Facebook?
The calendar of upcoming events is at: https://sites.google.com/view/hye-info/armenian-events-calendars
As to this week’s events, here it is as quick reference, from March 4th till March 18, 2019 – there might be other events added, so it’s best to consult the above calendar link.
This quote is from the
How we Lived: The Houshamadyan Project | Wednesday March 6, 2019 at 7:45pm At St Leon Armenian Church
Charles & Grace Pinajian Youth Center
12-61 Saddle River Road
Fair Lawn, NJThe HOUSHAMADYAN PROJECT was born from a simple and powerful idea: to revive virtually the cities, towns and villages where Armenians lived during the Ottoman Empire. It is rebuilding a rich depository of memory using empirical evidence, including town and village chronicles, archival documents, photographs, material objects, and music and visual arts. The website is in Armenian, English and Turkish. To date, more than 170 articles and family collections are already published on the site.Join us for a presentation by Mr. Vahe Tachjian, director and chief editor of the Berlin-based Houshamadyan Project.For information, call 201-791-2862Admission is Free. A reception will follow the discussion. www.houshamadyan.org
JESUS SAVES! Our Salvation Story Through the Pages of Sharagans & Hymns of the Armenian Church
RENEWAL OF SPIRITUALITY SERIES
EVERY FRIDAY EVENING DURING LENT
MAR 8 – THE CANON OF SHARAGANS
Speaker: Rev. Fr. Abraham Malkhasyan
(Hosted by HMADS)
MAR 15 – SHARAGANS OF ST. MESROP MASHDOTS Very Rev. Fr. Mesrop Parsamyan
(Hosted by Knights & Daughters of St. Vartan)
MAR 22 – SHARAGANS OF ST. NERSESS SHNORHALI
Speaker: Dr. Roberta Ervine, St. Nersess Seminary
(Hosted by Shnorhali Choir )
MAR 29 – SPECIAL PROGRAM BY SUNDAY SCHOOL
Outburst! A game where faith, knowledge, and community come together once again!
(Hosted by Sunday School)
APR 5 – SPECIAL PROGRAM BY ACYOA
(Hosted by ACYOA)
APR 12 – MOVIE: “From Ararat to Europe”
(Hosted by Men’s Fellowship)
Vespers: 6:30 PM, Fellowship: 7:30 PM, Lecture/Movie: 8:00 PM FACEBOOK PAGE For additional information contact the Church office @ 718-225-0235 | Armenian Church of the Holy Martyrs
209-15 Horace Harding Expressway, Bayside, NY 11364
For the longest time, I had tried to add the Armenian events links, which get posted at the Facebook group on an easily accessible calendar. Eventually I managed few months ago to accomplish this personal project. It’s to serve the Greater New York Armenian community.
Not everyone is on Facebook, hence a calendar off Facebook was very welcome addition.
On Facebook, at New York Armenians group, when you click on the “events” link on the left margin, you may access the upcoming events in the community.
Here is the events calendar on google.
There I cover and add Armenian related topics. From the arts, to history, events, artists, music and more. And at the right margin I have various quick links. My favorite being the various Armenian streaming music. It’s amazingly there are so many amazing channels to listen to!
I also manage the New York Armenians group on Facebook. I realize that, not many people are on Facebook yet. One of the important features is the “events” link on it’s left margin. There you could access all the upcoming tristate area events in chronological order. If you are a member, you may access at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/newyorkarmenians/events/
What would you like to see on this blog? Let me know.