WATERTOWN, Mass.—The Armenian Memorial Church of Watertown will hold its Annual Fair on Fr., May 29 from 5-8 p.m., and on Sat., May 30 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., rain or shine.
Visitors will have two days to enjoy the fabulous beef, chicken, and losh (ground meat) kebab dinners complete with sauce, rice pilaf, salad, and pita bread. The selection will also include Armenian vegetarian meals. The public may eat at tables under the tent or purchase take-out orders.
Church volunteers are known for their fine cooking and have been preparing Armenian delicacies—cheoreg, mante, paklava, kadayif, beureg, and many other homemade delights—which will be available at the baked goods table.
The Annual Fair will also feature a sale of household items at bargain prices and a variety of vendor tables.
Christine Mekjian of Watertown is chairing this year’s committee, which includes Adrine Beurklian Anahid Salakian and Roberta Vanderkeyl of Watertown; Gregg Ohanian of Woburn; Angel Parseghian and Vicky Tomasian of Belmont; Jonathan Hartunian of Lexington; Scott Yerganian of Medfield; Susan Parseghian of Arlington; and Marilyn Coughlan of Needham.
While the fair is the largest fundraiser of the year, the church sets aside 10 percent of the proceeds to a worthy charity. This year’s funds will be donated to Project SAVE in Watertown, which has been preserving Armenian photographs.
The public is invited to attend. Bring the family and enjoy the day! The Armenian Memorial Church is located at 32 Bigelow Ave. in Watertown, just off Coolidge Square. For more information, call (617) 923-0498.
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