“Time for Tavli” at the Parish Hall of Holy Trinity Cathedral in Portland June 11th, 2017

Afterfeast of Pentecost St. Augustine of Canterbury, evangelizer of England (ca. 605) (Celtic & British).  New Hieromartyrs Milan Banjac and Milan Golubovic of Drvar, Serbia (1941-1945).

Dice, stones, inlaid wood and lady luck = The Hellenic-American Cultural Center & Museum (HACCM) (FB) is sponsoring “Time for Tavli”   It looks like a lot of fun I wonder if there will be ouzo and smoking to go with it?  Your friendly editor would enjoy attending but alas its not in the dice.  While I enjoy Tavli it is not my favourite but up there….  (editor)


Come and Play!
What:     Tavli (Backgammon)
When:    June 11, 2017
Time:     1 pm – 4 pm
Where:   Holy Trinity Cathedral
St. Dimitrios Hall
3131 NE Glisan
Portland, Oregon

Who:      All Ages

Participation Fee: $5.00
Refreshments Available for Purchase

Bring Your Own Board

Everywhere you go in Greece you can see men, women and children playing the beloved game of Tavli. Developed by the ancient Egyptians 5,000 years ago, the Greeks have taken this board game to heart and made it their own. Known in the west as Backgammon, Tavli is played mostly for fun and sometimes for money.

Join us in playing Tavli, the nations board game of Greece

This year we are planning a Kafenio, with drinks and Mezethes
Your RSVP by June 7th will help us with our refreshments

Click below to email us at HACCMpdx@gmail.com and reserve your spot. Let us know how many people you’ll be bringing and how many will be playing Tavli. Or call us at 503-858-8567.

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“What Steps Can We Take to Help Those Leaving Prison” A Presentation June 13th at Holy Apostles Shoreline, Washington

Entrance of St. Nina (Nino), Equal-to-the-Apostles, into Georgia (323) (Georgia).

Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church (FB) in Shoreline, Washington in conjunction with  Prison Fellowship Northwest  (fb)presents:

31 When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:

32 And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats:

33 And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.

34 Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world:

35 For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in:

36 Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me.

37 Then shall the righteous answer him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, and fed thee? or thirsty, and gave thee drink?

38 When saw we thee a stranger, and took thee in? or naked, and clothed thee?

39 Or when saw we thee sick, or in prison, and came unto thee?

40 And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.

41 Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels:

42 For I was an hungred, and ye gave me no meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink:

43 I was a stranger, and ye took me not in: naked, and ye clothed me not: sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not.

44 Then shall they also answer him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, or athirst, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not minister unto thee?

45 Then shall he answer them, saying, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me.

46 And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal.   Matthew 25:31-46King James Version (KJV)



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“When the Foundations are Shaken: Disasters, Fears and a Christian Response” Three Talks June 13-14 at Holy Myrrhbearing Women Bonners, Ferry Idaho

Translation of the relics (1551) of Venerable Adrian, abbot of Ondrusov (Valaam) (1549).  

Holy Myrrhbearer Orthodox Church (fb) Presents:

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International Conference on the Shroud of Turin in Pasco, WA July 19-22nd, 2017

Afterfeast of the Ascension. Tone five.  Martyr Isidore of Chios (251).

International Conference on the Shroud of Turin

Seeking Solutions to the Mysteries of the Shroud

Shroud of Turin Conference 2017

“This conference on the Shroud of Turin, also called the Turin Shroud, will investigate the latest research and new evidence on the history, DNA, pollen, image formation, and dating, including carbon dating or radiocarbon dating.”  (From the website) Click here to go to the Conference Site.

Photos from the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP) testing on the Shroud in 1978:​

Shroud of Turin​​ Conference 2017

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​            The conference on the Shroud of Turin will be held in the TRAC center in Pasco, Washington, US, starting on Wednesday evening (July 19 of 2017) and all day Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (July 20 to 22 of 2017).  This conference will consist of PowerPoint presentations on recent and previous research on the Shroud of Turin.  As currently planned, it will include 33 individuals making 52 presentations, as well as three panel discussions, for a total of 36 hours of information and discussion.  The conference is international in scope as presenters will be coming from the US, Italy, Spain, France, Australia, etc.  A major purpose of the conference is to promote research on the Shroud, so this issue will be raised frequently during the conference.  An overview of the conference as it is currently planned is the following:

Wednesday Evening, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, July 19, 2017, Introduction and Summary of Research on the Shroud
Thursday 7:45 am to 9:30 pm, July 20, 2017, Preliminary Issues & History of the Shroud
Friday, 7:45 am to 9:30 pm, July 21, 2017, Science & Dating of the Shroud
Saturday, 7:45 am to 9:30 pm, July 22, 2017, Sudarium Studies & Image Formation on the Shroud

The following is the current status of the program for this conference.  It is expected that there may be changes by the time of the conference.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017, Introduction and Summary

Registration (10:00 am – 10:00 pm)
Overview of the Shroud, 60 min. by Robert Siefker
CSI Jerusalem, Case of the Missing Body, 90 min. by Russ Breault

Thursday, July 20, 2017, Preliminary Issues & History

Opening remarks, 15 min. by Russ Breault
The Crown of Thorns:  The Paradoxical Lordship of the King of Kings, 25 min. by Andrew Dalton
Exposition of John 20, 30 min. by Fred Baltz
1 John 5:6-8: The Shroud of Turin in the New Testament, 25 min. by William Mayor
Identifying the Tomb of Jesus for Turin Shroud Research, 20 min. by Dean Schulz
The Epistemologies of Faith and Science: Methods of Approaching Truth in the Shroud of Turin, 45 min. by Cheryl White
Physical Cause of Jesus’ Death, 40 min. by Pietro Pescetelli
Uncovering the Frailties of Ecclesiastical Authorities in the Holy Shroud Guild Archives, 30 min. by Giorgio Bracaglia
The Mandylion in Constantinople: Literary Sources, 15 min. by Emanuela Marinelli and Laura Provera
The Mandylion in Constantinople: Iconographic Sources, 15 min. by Alfonso Caccese and Domenico Repice.  Read by Michela Marinelli.
Who Saw the Mandylion and What was its Size?  30 min. by Mario Latendresse
There is no Evidence that Othon de la Roche Acquired the Shroud of Turin, 35 min. by Mario Latendresse
The Holy Shroud and Othon de La Roche: notes for a working hypothesis on the “Missing Years” (1204-1356), 35 min. by Alessandro Piana
Geoffrey de Charny’s Acquisition of the Shroud of Turin: Texts, Fictions, and Forgeries, 60 min. by Jack Markwardt
The Shroud of Turin and the Sainte-Chapelle of Paris, 45 min. by Mario Latendresse
The image of Edessa included the whole body but only its empty reliquary arrived at Paris, 30 min. by Cesar Barta
Avignon and the Shroud of Turin: Authenticity Confirmed, 60 min. by Jack Markwardt
Panel discussion regarding the day’s presentations, 30 min.

Friday, July 21, 2017, Science & Dating of the Shroud

Opening remarks, 15 min. by Russ Breault
Adhesion force and AFM measurements on treated samples, 25 min. by Piero Iacazio
Immunological and Molecular Characterization of the Shroud of Turin Bloodstains, 45 min. by Kelly Kearse
Sources of DNA on the Shroud, 35 min. by Gianni Barcaccia
Use of an Electron Microscope on a Sample from the Face of the Turin Shroud, 40 min. by Gerard Lucotte
The “Other Images” on the Shroud of Turin, 30 min. by Paolo Di Lazzaro and Daniele Murra
Use of the VP-8 Imaging System from a photograph of the Shroud of Turin exhibiting 3D results, 20 min. by Janis Winchester
Numismatic dating of the Turin Shroud through the analysis of Byzantine coins, 45 min. by Giulio Fanti
Politics of the Shroud C-14 Dating, 60 min. by Joe Marino
Invisible Reweave on the Shroud: Evidence For, 30 min. by Joe Marino
Was the Shroud of Turin Invisibly Rewoven With Foreign Material at the Radiocarbon Site to Match the Rest of the Cloth?, 20 min. by Mark Antonacci
Statistical Analysis of the 1988 Carbon dating, 40 min. by Robert Rucker
Regression Analysis with Partially Labelled Regressors: Carbon Dating of the Shroud of Turin, 30 min., video of Marco Riani, A. C. Atkinson, and Giulio Fanti
The Neutron Absorption Hypothesis, 35 min. by Robert Rucker
Dating Techniques other than Carbon Dating, 40 min. by Giulio Fanti
Hypothesis of face-cloth wrapping of the Turin Shroud Man: experimental and numerical results, 5 min. by Gianmaria Concheri, Giulio Fanti and Sergio Rodella
Seeking the Truth about the Shroud:  Investigations on Possible Age and Image Formation, 40 min. by Piero Iacazio
Panel discussion regarding the day’s presentations, 45 min.

Saturday, July 22, 2017, Sudarium Studies & Image Formation on the Shroud

Opening remarks, 15 min. by Russ Breault
Pollens on the Shroud and the Sudarium of Oviedo, 35 min. by Marzia Boi
Explaining the Color of the Blood on the Shroud, 15 min. by Paolo Di Lazzaro, A. Di Lascio, P. Iacomussi, M. Missori, and D. Murra
Characteristics of the Image and Its Formation, 30 min. by Giuseppe Baldacchini, read by TBD
Image Characteristics, 25 min. by Giulio Fanti
Chemistry of the Image Imprinting Process, 30 min. by Jose Carlos Godinez
Naturalistic Processes for Image Formation, 15 min. by Mark Antonacci
A Geometric Mechanism for the Image Formation on the Shroud of Turin, 30 min. by Mario Latendresse
Role of Radiation in Image Formation, 45 min. by Robert Rucker
Linen Coloration by Pulsed Radiation, A Review, 30 min. by Paolo Di Lazzaro and Daniele Murra
Image Formation by Corona Discharge, 40 min. by Giulio Fanti
Critical Analysis about the Radiation Direction in the Formation of the Shroud of Turin Image, 25 min. by R. Campion and Giulio Fanti
Experimental Effects of Coronal Discharge on Linen, 20 min. by Michael Schaffer
Free Electron Model of Image Formation on Shroud of Turin, 30 min. by Chuck Rogers
Chromosome acting as loop antenna matches wavelength for colorization of Shroud of Turin, 20 min. by Tony Fleming
Image Formation by Charged Nuclear Particles, 30 min. by Arthur Lind
Evidence for Image Formation by a Cloth Collapse Model, 30 min. by Mark Antonacci
Problems with the Cloth Collapse Hypothesis for Image Formation, 15 min. by Robert Rucker
Do we really need new evidence and arguments about the Turin Shroud?, 20 min. by Tristan Casabianca
Panel discussion regarding the day’s presentations, 45 min.
Where are We Now, and Where do we go from Here?  20 min. by Mark Antonacci

July 19 to 22, 2017, at the TRAC Center660 Burden Blvd. in Pasco, Washington State, USA.​​




The Christos Aχειροποίητα or ‘Christ-not-made-by-hand’, a much revered 12th century Russian Orthodox icon, celebrates the miracle in which Jesus healed King Abgar of Edessa by sending him an image of his face imprinted on a piece of linen cloth. Such an icon is said to have been “written” by the word of God, not painted by a person.

The  Shroud of Turin is has been a Relic in the West since the time of the Crusades.  It has undergone numerous tests and is still a bafflement to scientists.  A few of such is how was it made?  If it is a forgery how could an artist have painted a negative?  At a time when positive and negative images was not known.  How could it have been painted  especially since the image disappears when looked at closely?

 There is strong evidence that indicates that the Shroud was quite possibly the Mandylion known in Constantinople and viewed on occasion.  It is my opinion that the ancient Byzantines understood this cloth better than most moderns and scientists.  Their name for it still speaks to us and our scientific tests today.   The Image not Made by Human Hands.   Perhaps Our Loving Lord left us a proof for this scientific age.  (editor)

The Northwest is Blessed to have the Vancouver Shroud Association based in British Columbia.  The Association has exhibits and is available for regional conferences.

The Shroud of Turin it’s negative image.

Shroud Museum Board Titles

  • What is the Shroud of Turin?
  • Evidence from the Gospels
  • Secondo Pia’s Photography and the Shroud
  • Timeline of the Shroud (three panels)
  • Damage to the Shroud
  • The Three Fires
  • The Crucifixion According to the Shroud
  • The Shroud of Turin and Christian Art
  • The Sudarium of Oviedo and the Man of the Shroud
  • The Holy Face of Edessa and the Shroud of Constantinople: A Theory (two panels)
  • John Paul 11 on the Shroud of Turin
  • Popes and the Shroud
  • Properties of the Shroud of Turin (view s ample)
  • Carbon Dating of the Shroud
  • The 1978 Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP) Team
  • The Pollen Evidence of the Shroud
  • Flower Images and the Shroud
  • Images of Coins on the Shroud
  • Forensic Pathology and the Shroud (view sample)
  • The Formation of the Shroud Image
  • The Shroud and the Resurrection (two panels)
  • A Summary of the Shroud’s Characteristics (two panels)
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СРПСКИ ДАНИ – SERBIAN DAYS June 3-4, 2017, Burnaby, BC!

Virgin-martyr Glyceria at Heraclea (141) and with her Martyr Laodicius, jailer of St. Glyceria.

The Parish of St Michael the Archangel/СРПСКА ПРАВОСЛАВНА  ЦРКВА  СВ. АРХАНГЕЛ  МИХАИЛО  –  ВАНКУВЕР  (FBin Burnaby, BC., presents: СРПСКИ ДАНИ 2017  3-4. ЈУНА

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A Joyous Feast of the Ascension to All 2017!

The Ascension of our Lord. Tone five.  Holy Georgian Martyrs of Persia (17th-18th c.) (movable holiday on the day of the Holy Ascension) (Georgia).
St. Epiphanius, bishop of Cyprus (403).  St. Germanus, patriarch of Constantinople (740).  Glorification (1913) of Hieromartyr Hermogenes (1612) the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia.

A Joyous Feast of the Ascension to all!

Ascension mosaic from Monreale, Sicily. 12th century.

Troparion of the Feast.

Thou didst ascend into glory, O Christ our God, having gladdened Thy disciples with the promise of the Holy Spirit; and they were assured by the blessing that Thou art the Son of God, the Redeemer of the world.

Do you see then to what height of glory human nature has been raised? Is it not from earth to heaven? Is it not from corruption to incorruption? How hard would not someone toil in order to become the intimate friend of a corruptible king here below? But we, although we were alienated and hostile in our intent by evil deeds, have not only been reconciled to God the Father, through our Lord Jesus Christ, but we have also soared aloft to sonship, and now our nature is worshipped in the heavens by every creature seen and unseen.

St Ephrem – Catechesis 7  ( found at St Nicholas Orthodox Church McKinney, Texas)

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Leave Taking of Pascha 2017

Christ is Risen!

Apodosis of Pascha. Tone five.
Holy Equals-to-the Apostles Methodius (885) and Cyril (869), first teachers of the Slavs.  Equal-to-the-Apostles Rostislav, prince of Greater Moravia

Wishing all a Joyous Last day of Pascha on this the Leave Taking of this Great Feast


Pascha at St Nicholas Cathedral 2017 from there Facebook Page If u appreciate it please let them know.  Click the photo to see more!


And at St Annes in Corvallis Oregon Pascha 2017

And from the “Protopsalti of Etna and Portland (Greek Old Calendar Church? -ed)” in several languages and beautifully done.

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“A Taste of Greece” at Assumption Parish in Seattle, June 2,3, and 4, 2017

  Χριστός Ανέστη!   

The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption (FB) in Seattle will host A Taste of Greece!




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Spring Newsletter and Events from the Hellenic-American Cultural Center & Museum 2017


The  Hellenic-American Cultural Center & Museum (HACCM) (FB)  presents: 



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Casino Night Fundraiser at St Demetrios in Seattle June 3rd, 2017


 St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle (fb) presents:


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Volunteer Fair Learn How to Assist Your Local Community! May 20th at Holy Apostles Shoreline, Washington


Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church (FB) in Shoreline, Washington presents:


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Orthodoxy on Tap for Young Adults in Seattle May 10th


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Orthodoxy on Tap Sponsored by St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle. (fb)

 Join us Wednesday, May 10
Orthodoxy on Tap if for all college students and young adults. This ministry is a chance for us to meet and talk about our faith in a social environment. Meetings are usually held on the second Wednesday and fourth Tuesday of the each month.
Our next meeting is Wednesday, May 10th at 7 pm at Blue C Sushi in the U-Village.
Please RSVP if you can attend, contact Lefteris Sitaras at 206-660-2779.
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Antigoni Goni, Greek Classical Guitarist May 6th, Seattle


The Seattle Classic Guitar Society is proud to present Antigoni Goni in the International Series at Benaroya Hall
Antigoni Goni, Greek Classical Guitarist
Saturday, May 6, 7:30 PM
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, Benaroya Hall
200 University Street, Seattle, WA 98101-3428
Facebook Event Page or visit www.antigonigoni.com
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Orthodox Christian Fellowship Spring 2017 Northwest Regional Retreat for Young Adults 18-25 May 5-7 Goldendale


Orthodox Christian Fellowship Presents:   ( Apologies for the late notice I just learned of this -editor)

Make sure to register before May 1st. Click on the link to register.
For more information, contact northweststudent@ocf.net


Venue:   St. John the Forerunner Orthodox Monastery 

Venue Phone: 509-773-7141

Venue Website: https://stjohnmonastery.org/


5 Timmer Lane, Goldendale, Washington, 98620, United States


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Interview with Alexander Lingas of Cappella Romana on the BBC and Upcoming Concert Information April 2017


Cappella Romana (FB):  Alexander Lingas on the BBC podcast and upcoming concert information!




Cappella Romana on the BBC
Artistic Director Alexander Lingas talks about the medieval liturgy of Cyprus with Sean Rafferty of BBC Radio 3, with live performance by Cappella Romana.
Listen to the podcast here.



Featured on Yourclassical.org
Cappella Romana’s Latest recording.’Cyprus: Between Greek East and Latin West’

“Comprising 14 tracks including motets, sticherons, and other sacred works, this new release from Cappella Romana explores the rich and diverse musical traditions of medieval Cyprus.”

Click here for more information.

Order here

The Oregonian Recommends

Venice in the North

“Portland’s Cappella Romana will explore how Italian composers influenced the development of Russian Orthodox music.”         Read the article here.



Tickets still available
For Venice in the North
Friday, April 28, 7:30 PM

St. Mark’s Cathedral TICKETSPortland
Saturday, April 29, 8:00 PM

St. Mary’s Cathedral TICKETSPortland
Sunday, April 30, 3:00 PM

St. Stephen’s Catholic Church TICKETS

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Youth Choir at St Sava’s in Vancouver, BC 2017!


Քրիստոս յառեաւ ի մեռելոց!  Օրհնեալ է յառութիւնն Քրիստոսի!  

We remember the Armenian Genocide 102nd Anniversary.

СВЕТИ САВА /St Sava’s in Vancouver, BC (FB) presents a Youth Choir opportunity!  (I apologize for the delay in posting this I did not see this email till Bright Week.  It is not too late to attend for local Orthodox youth.  What a wonderful opportunity to meet other Orthodox!  What a great idea for other parishes…  (editor)


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102nd Commemoration’s of the Armenian Genocide In the NW 2017

Քրիստոս յառեաւ ի մեռելոց!  Օրհնեալ է յառութիւնն Քրիստոսի!  

Venerable Serapion of Egypt, monk (5th c.) A Joyous Bright Week to All!

This April 24th is the 102nd Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey.  (An event still not acknowledged there)  Here are some events commemorating it in the NW.

 Gregory the Illuminator Pray for Us All.


Holy Resurrection of Redmond, Washington  (f) is Hosting:

Vancouver BC:


This year, there will be two events held at St. Kevork church to observe the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide:
Sunday, April 23rd – Holy Badarak, Fatherr. Serop Azarian. 11:00 a.m.
Following the Badarak, we will have a cultural program commemorating the Armenian Genocide, 1:00 p.m.
Monday, April 24th – Remembrance of the Holy Martyrs of the Armenian Genocide – Memorial Service, Fr. Serop Azarian accompanied by some short speeches, laying of flowers at the Genocide Memorial in the church courtyard. 6:308:30 p.m.
Also as previously posted there is the Movie the Promise premiering this weekend.  This is a movie which sheds a bit of light on a tragic Historic event that is little known in our society.  In light of todays events it is especially important to let people know of the suffering of Christians.  (Please note I am not commenting on the quality of the movie, nor it’s appropriateness for all ages, nor whether it maintains Christian morality.  Editor.)
From the FB page of Holy Resurrection in Seattle:

Watch the Promise Movie THIS WEEKEND!

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

As many of you know the film “The Promise”, produced by Survival Pictures and financed by the late legendary Kirk Kerkorian, will be premiering in theater locations across North America on Friday, April 21, 2017. The film, set with the backdrop of the Armenian Genocide, is the first time a wide release film will feature our history in nearly 1,500 theaters in the US and Canada.

We are reaching out to you for support, since it is imperative to stand behind this film and ensure its success. The opening weekend’s box office sales are critical in securing a long theatrical run for the film. It is for this reason that we are encouraging you to mobilize your friends and family to see the film in theaters April 21 to 23.

Attached are the lists of movie theaters and show times on Friday and Saturday.

Please do your part in helping the world learn the truth about Armenian Genocide!

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Learn How to Weave Rugs Vancouver BC Saturday May 6, 2017

Քրիստոս յառեաւ ի մեռելոց!  Օրհնեալ է յառութիւնն Քրիստոսի!  

Bright Thursday!  Wishing all a Joyous Bright Week!

The Armenian Cultural Association of British Columbia (f) presents:  Hurry there is only 1 Space left!


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“The Promise” Movie Opening April 21st


Bright Tuesday A Joyous Brightweek to All!

The Promise a love story placed in Constantinople/Istanbul in 1915.  It has the backdrop of the Armenian Genocide.


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DAKHABRAKHA “Earth” Live Film Score April 23, 2017


Bright Monday A Very Joyous Bright week to all!

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