BURBANK, CA–On Sunday, April 5, the Armenian Students’ Association at Woodbury University, in collaboration with the ALL-ASA, will host their second annual Armenian Cultural Festival.
This day-long event (11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) will be a celebration of the cultural diversity of Armenia’s, bringing together both Armenia’s and non-Armenia’s to learn about the eclectic nature of the Armenian people.
"The festival is a great way for the ASAs in southern California to work together in celebrating the Armenian culture and host an event open to the whole community," said Paruyr Isayan of Cal Poly Pomona ASA. The Cal Poly Pomona ASA is a constituent organization of the All-ASA.
The festival will be free admission and there will be non-stop live entertainment, children’s activities including jumpers, clowns, face-paint, and balloons, a vendor marketplace, food vendors, seating and dining areas, picnic areas, and much more.
This year’s performers include Armen Aloyan, Harut Hagopian, Papin Pogosyan, Khachik Karadanyan, Gagik Badalyan, Gevorkian Dance Academy, Vahe Nersisyan, Afon Galstyan.
The festival was made possible by the Western Diocese of the Armenian Church of North America, Red Line Auto Leasing and Sales, Armenian Russian Television Network, and others.
The All-ASA is a confederation of independent ASAs that seeks to facilitate dialogue, idea-sharing, and provide a forum for common initiative. The All-ASA meets throughout the year for program committee meetings as well as general sessions during which constituent and observer organizations discuss issues of common concern.