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2015 Ani Guild Fresno Armenian Genocide Centennial Concert Event

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2015 Ani Guild Fresno Armenian Genocide Centennial Concert Event

Time: March 8, 2015 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: California State University, Fresno Satellite Student Union Hall
Street: 5280 Jackson Avenue
City/Town: Fresno, CA.
Website or Map:
Phone: (559) 449-9999;447-8380; 225-7906; 213-1909
Event Type: armenian, concert, of, music, &, dance
Organized By: 'Ani Guild' of CA Armenian Home
Latest Activity: Feb 18, 2015

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Event Description


Fresno: CA Armenian Home, ‘Ani Guild’ Benefit Event

Chookasian Armenian Concert Ensemble (10 Musicians)

(‘Armenia’s Gold Medal Award Winners’ & (‘2010 International Armenian Grammy Award’)

LA Hamazkayin Valley Chapter Niari Armenian Dancers (25 Dancers)

The CSU, Fresno Armenian Genocide Centennial Concert will be honoring the

fallen and lost Armenian, Greek & Assyrian Martyrs, from 1915-1923, that lived in Ottoman,Turkey.

Sunday, March 8, 2015 2:00 PM

CSU, Fresno –Satellite Student Union Concert Hall

5280 Jackson Ave. Fresno, CA

Tickets: Adults $20.00 & Students $15.00

Tickets can be purchased at:


Nina’s Bakery:

(559) 449- 9999 Shaw & West Sts.

Royal Market:

447-8380 Bullard & Marks Sts.

Fresno Deli:

225-7906 Gettysburg & Fresno Sts.

John Chookasian: 213-1909

The General Public is Cordially Invited to Attend This Unique Armenian Genocide Centennial Concert Event!


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Comment by CHOOKASIAN ARMENIAN CONCERT ENSEMBLE on February 18, 2015 at 1:21am

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