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BOSTON, MA

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Canonization Service of Martys
St. Stephens Church Hall, 8:30 am
Live broadcast of the Canonization serrvice of the Martyrs.

Memorial Service
Trinity Church, Copley Square, 7:30pm
Boston, MA
Presented by the Massachusetts Council of Chures in cooperation with the Armenian Clergy of Massachusetts

Friday, April 24, 2015

The Massachusetts Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee invites you, your family and friends, Armenian and non-, to join us on
Friday, April 24th for a Day of Remembrance
10:00am – Community-Wide Divine Liturgy at Holy Trinity Armenian Church, Cambridge
1:15-1:45pm – Commemoration at the State House (held outdoors)
2:00pm – Procession to Armenian Heritage Park
2:30-3:00pm – Program at Armenian Heritage Park
7:30pm – Vigil in the Park

Transportation Schedule
Joint Divine Liturgy with participation of all New England Armenian Apostolic Churches at Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church.  Buses will be available from St. Stephen’s Church and ACEC at 9:30am to take parishioners to Holy Trinity Church for Divine Liturgy.  At noon, these buses will then head to the State House.  Two buses will be available from the State House to transport those who cannot participate in the procession to Armenian Heritage Park.  At 3:15pm, all buses wll depart Armenian Heritage Park and return to their original pick-up locations.  At 6:45pm, buses will depart from ACeC to Armenian Heritage Park for the Vigil at the Park, where at 10pm buses will depart and return to ACEC.

Buses are first come, first serve. Space is limited.

Parishioners who wish to go directly to the State House: buses will depart from St. Stephen’s, Holy Trinity, and ACEC at Noon.

NEW YORK

Divine Liturgy and Protest (Times Square)

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Buses will leave from ACEC at 6am for the Divine Litrugy Services and at 8am for the protest in Times Square.  Bus pricing as follows: $30 for Adults, $15 for Students and Children. Includds transportation, light lunch and refreshments.  Sponsored by the Knights and Daughters of Vartan. RESERVATION REQUIRED. Please call:
Armen B: 617-319-5574
Ara Y: 617-816-3257
Jirair B: 978-376-8285
Peter Y: 617-417-5303

Divine Liturgy: St. Vartan Cathedral, 10am
The Divine Liturgy will be celebrated by His Eminence Archbishop Khajag Barsamian, Primate of the Armenian Church of America the sermon will be delivered by His Eminence Archbishop Oshagan Choloyan, Prelate of the Armenian Apostolic Church of America.  Please note: Divine Liturgy will not be celebrated in local parishes of the Eastern Diocese and Eastern Prelacy on Sunday, April 26.

Gathering at Times Square
Immediately after the Liturgy, the faithful will walk in a procession from Second Avenue and 34th Street to Times Square to particiapte in a rally/gathering at the corssroads of the world.  Buses are expected from throughout the East Coast and MIdwest making this the largest gathering evet of Armenian Americans.  The Times Square even is organized by the Mid-Atlantic Knights of Vartan in addiliation with the Armenian Genocide Centennial COmmittee of America (Eastern Region).

WASHINGTON, D.C.

National Armenian Genocide Commemoration – Washington, D.C.

For more information, please visit http://armeniangenocidecentennial.org/
Ecumenical Service: National Cathedral – May 7, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Concert: Music Center at Strathmore – May 8 at 8:00 pm
Divine Liturgy: Shrine of the Immaculate Conception – May 9 at 10 am
Reception and Banquet: Marriot Marquis Hotel – May 9 at 6:00 pm
Exhibitions and Cultural Events at Marriot Marquis Hotel – May 7-9

Ecumenical Service at the National Cathedral

May 7, 2015 at 7:00 pm
3101 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20016

Under the leadership of His Holiness Karekin II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, and His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia.

Prayers of remembrance, respect, and unity will make a powerful beginning for the weekend, as Armenian clergy and representatives of other faiths join in an ecumenical service. The President of the Republic of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan, will attend along with Senators, Congressmen, diplomats and other dignitaries. Representatives of other groups who have suffered genocide are invited to unite in prayers for the end of such human devastation. Descendents of those who offered vital assistance during the time of the Genocide will also attend, providing an opportunity for Armenians to express their gratitude to these people and institutions they represent.

We will remember those lost in the Genocide and show gratitude for the regeneration of life that the survivors worked so hard to create. The service will include musical contributions and speakers who will inspire awareness and a sense of purpose.

The Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul is also known as the Washington National Cathedral. A Cathedral of the Episcopal Church, it is a magnificent building, surrounded by gardens and is a truly inspiring place of worship. www.cathedral.org

 

Concert: Music Center at Strathmore

May 8, 2015 at 8:00 pm
5301 Tuckerman Lane
North Bethesda, MD 20852

“A Journey Through 100 Years of Armenian Music.”

Armenian culture will come alive on stage at the Music Center at Strathmore, a beautiful arts facility only half a mile north of the Washington Beltway (Rt 495) With its brilliant acoustic and excellent views of the stage from all seating, the Strathmore is the perfect host venue for this array of talent and display of vibrant Armenian musical life.

Artists will include the Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra and Hover Chamber Choir, Ida Kavafian (violin, viola), Levon Chilingirian (violin) and Alexander Chaushian (cello) will be part of the star-studded lineup of performers.

These and other renowned musicians will present a range of music, from the traditional melodies of Komitas Vartabed to contemporary pieces composed especially for the Genocide Centennial. A program full of surprises and ending with a truly “grand” finale will engage and delight the audience. www.strathmore.org

 

Divine Liturgy at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

May 9, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.
400 Michigan Ave., NE
Washington, D.C. 20017

His Holiness Karekin II, Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, and His Holiness Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia, will lead a unified celebration of the Armenian Divine Liturgy.

The liturgy will be sung by a united choir of representatives from Armenian churches around the country. One of the world’s largest churches will provide a stunning atmosphere for the occasion: the 3,000-seat Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, located on the campus of Catholic University. www.nationalshrine.com

 

Reception and Banquet
Marriot Marquis Hotel at 6:00 pm
901 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20001

A reception with drinks and delicious canapés will be served in the spacious and airy mezzanine foyer in the atrium at the center of the Marriott Marquis. Musicians will entertain the guests while they mingle and the exhibitions of the Centennial Commemorations will be open for viewing during this time.

Dinner will be served in the 2,000-seat hall on the lower level. Offering “A Time to Give Thanks” and an opportunity to honor those who have helped Armenians in the past and present, the Banquet will focus on out themes of “Awareness, Unity, and Gratitude.”

Mark Geragos will serve as host for the evening.

Awards of appreciation will be presented to selected representatives of institutions and individuals who have contributed to the survival and rebuilding of Armenian life over the past 100 years.

Tickets to the reception and Banquet at $100 per person

Book single tickets or with family and friends. If you wish to book a table of ten with friends, please send a reservation for the ten names, accompanied by payment. All reservations will be noted at once and then confirmed when checks are received.

Send names/reservations to: info@armeniangenocidecentennial.org

Checks should be made out to: Armenian Commemoration Centennial, writing Banquet in the subject line.
Mail checks to:

NCAGC
4125 Fessenden Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20016
Exhibitions and Cultural Events
May 7-9
Marriot Marquis Hotel

Throughout the weekend, innovative workshops, films, and exhibits will be mounted in public spaces in the nation’s capitol and around the Marriott Marquis.

Exhibitions about the Genocide will provide detailed information about its history and consequences.

Other exhibits will include photography, traditional musical instruments, books, and the results of a young people’s art and poetry contest.
Themes of the commemoration will be explored by well-known authors and speakers. Book readings and discussions, poetry readings and seminars will take place in break-out rooms at the Marriott.

Some events and exhibits are designed especially with young people in mind with one room dedicated to discussions and seminars for youth.
Children’s entertainment and activities, including storytelling, puppetry and film will be available and childcare provided during the Banquet.

CHICAGO, IL

All Chicagoland Armenian Churches Badarak

Sunday, April 19 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, Armenian All Saints Apostolic Church, 1701 N. Greenwood Road, Glenview, IL 60026 A requiem will be held for the final time for the victims of the Armenian Genocide, as they will be canonized into Sainthood on April 23rd in Etchmiadzin, Armenia.

genocidecentennial@gmail.com

http://chicagogenocidecentennial.com

Armenian Genocide Commemorative Program

Friday, April 24 at 11:00 am, Daley Plaza, 50 West Washington Street, Chicago, IL 60602 Public program to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide featuring Chris Bohjalian among other notable figures and dignitaries.

Vesper Service

Friday, April 24 from 7:30 pm Service will follow the commemorative program held in Daley Plaza at each respective Armenian church.

Beast on the Moon – The International Hit By Richard Kalinoski

Previews: April 21 – 26, 2015. Regular Run: April 27 – June 6, 2015 Raven Theatre Company, 6157 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60660

A refugee from the Armenian Genocide seeks to build a new family with his mail-order bride in 1920’s and 1930’s Milwaukee. He succeeds in unexpected ways. Staged in conjunction with observances of the Genocide’s 100th Anniversary. To purchase tickets please visit the Raven Theater web-site at http://www.raventheatre.com/2014-15-season

DETROIT, MI

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