From left, Fr. Vasken A. Kouzouian, Karen Hovsepian, Gregory A. Kolligian, Jr.

2019 Trinity Christmas Bazaar to be held December 6, 7


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Always an anticipated event, Holy Trinity Armenian Church of Greater Boston will usher in the holiday season with its 2019 Trinity Christmas Bazaar, on Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7, in the Charles and Nevart Talanian Cultural Hall, 145 Brattle St. Bazaar hours are Friday, from 12 noon to 9 p.m., and Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Co-Chairing this year’s bazaar once again are Gregory A. Kolligian, Jr. and Karen Hovsepian, who have been working with their committees since the summer to ensure that this year’s bazaar offers something for everyone from the young to the young-at-heart including new booths and menu options. “Our parishioners, neighbors and the community always look forward to attending each year to see friends, enjoy delicious food and browse the many booths. This year’s bazaar continues to be the perfect place for people to do their Christmas shopping as there will be a wonderful selection of gift items to purchase,” state the two.

The bazaar’s traditional favorites will include the ever bountiful “Farmer’s Market” with fresh fruits and vegetables; the “Country Store;” the exciting Silent/Sports Silent Auction, where you will be able to bid on an array of fabulous items, Boston’s favorite team tickets and sports memorabilia; The Punch is Right Game, which has always been popular with children; Jewelry and Accessories; Poinsettias and beautifully decorated Wreaths and much more!

Making his annual visit to the Bazaar is Santa Claus who will be stopping by on Saturday, December 7, from 12:00 p.m. to 2 p.m., in the Charles and Nevart Talanian Cultural Hall, to greet children of all ages.

The Trinity Christmas Bazaar would not be complete without the scrumptious Armenian gourmet foods, delicacies and pastries that will be sold at various booths.

Delicious Armenian dinners of traditional dinners will be served on Friday from 12 to 7:30 p.m., and on Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Take-out meals and an a la carte menu will also be available. Once again, the bazaar will offer optional seating for families with children.

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The Bazaar Committee invites the entire community to halls decked with boughs of holly, trees twinkling with lights, the aroma of food wafting through the air, and the spirit of Christmas evident everywhere at the Trinity Christmas Bazaar, as we usher in the Christmas season.

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