ACOM is very excited to hold its tenth "What Was It Like Growing Up Armenian In..." and invite you to join us so you can hear firsthand the stories of our community members. Presenting in this one will be:
Vladimir Poladyan (Poly)
Note the time and location listed on the bottom of the flyer: 1 pm on Sunday, March 18, Merriam Park Library meeting room, corner Fairview and Marshall in St. Paul. If you have any questions, feel free to contact any ACOM Board member. Also, if you would like to be a participant in our next presentation, we would love to hear from you.
This event features a panel of Armenians sharing their cultural stories and heritage of growing up throughout the Armenian Diaspora. Facilitated by the Armenian Cultural Organization of Minnesota, this event will share the unique cultural experiences of the Armenian people.
Armenian culture is five thousand years old and while the Armenian homeland extends from the Caucasus Mountains across the Armenian High-land in the Middle East, the Armenian Diaspora lives in every corner of the world.
Join us to learn how Armenian culture and identity is practiced throughout the Diaspora!
This event is free and open to the public. Please see the attached flyer for more information. The ACOM Executive Committee.
All of the previous sessions in this series have been well-received and proved to be very informative. This session should continue the tradition.