Segment: Armenian Festival [STS935]

Armenian Festival, Fr. Stephanos Doudoukjian, PastorArmenian Festival, Fr. Stephanos Doudoukjian, Pastor

Armenian Festival

Guest: Fr. Stephanos Doudoukjian, Pastor

This year’s event promises to be our biggest one yet, with live Armenian music, dancing, cooking demonstrations, craft vendors, and carnival games for the kids. And as always, we’ll have a variety of authentic Armenian foods, including Shish Kebab, Lahmejune (Armenian pizza), rice pilaf, and an assortment of home-made desserts. There’s something for every member of the family at the Armenian Festival. Hope to see you there! Free Parking Organization: St Peter Armenian Church Event: Armenian Festival Location of event: 100 Troy-Schenectady Road, Watervliet NY Date/Time: Jun 4-5 Event – Sat: noon to 8 pm and Sun: noon to 5 pm Rain or Shine Cost: Free Facebook: yes Website: www.StPeterArmenaianChurch.com

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