BOSTON — Many who work and live nearby and beyond visit Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway often. Many walk the labyrinth daily or enjoy quiet moments on a bench. Most all they marvel at the Abstract Sculpture’s annual configuration, its newest, dramatic sculptural shape and read the inscription on the Reflecting Pool upon which the Abstract Sculpture sits. Visitors are from all over the world, and those who come to Boston to visit the Park.
Summer programs at the park are also engaging all ages, coming together on common ground. Upcoming events include Under the August Moon on Thursday, August 22 at 7:30 p.m. promises to be a highlight again this summer.
Hosted by anoush’ella co-owners, Chef Nina and Raffi Festekjian, also benefactors of the park, this evening under the August moonlight showcases their signature dishes.
“Their use of fresh, authentic ingredients can be detected in every bite of crave-worthy mezze,” states the Boston Globe.
The evening also brings the chance to extend congratulations to the Festekjians for the opening of anoush’ella in two new locations — Time Out Market Boston near Fenway Park and 1205 Market Street in Lynnfield. Their original location at 35 Newton Street, Boston is a South End favorite.
The moonlit evening also features an All-Star Jazz Trio, courtesy of the Berklee College of Music. RSVP is appreciated; email hello@ArmenianHeritagePark.org.