Chamlian Celebrates Armenian Culture and Heritage

Chamlian students performed songs, dances and plays for the school's annual Cultural Day Celebration

GLENDALE—Sunday, November 3, marked the date for Chamlian Armenian School’s annual Cultural Day Celebration, where families and friends enjoyed a day full of festivities, student performances, food, shopping, and entertainment on the school campus.

The all-day event highlighted the school’s commitment to the preservation and promotion of the Armenian culture and heritage. Students, parents and extended family members enjoyed a festive day, full of exciting activities and events. Chamlian’s dedicated Armenian Department teachers worked diligently to prepare their students for their performances, which included singing, dancing, recitation, short-plays and a performance by the school choir. In addition to the performances, the 1st grade students made quite an impression as they filled the outdoor stage dressed in beautiful traditional Armenian costumes representing the various regions in Armenia.

Chamlian’s Administration extends a special thank you to its dedicated Armenian Department teachers, the Parent Support Committee members, and all the parents who volunteered their time and talent. Their collaborative efforts helped make this a truly successful event.

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