Topic: Tekeyan Cultural Association

LOS ANGELES — Nerses Babayan is the son of Yervant and Rosine Babayan and the grandson of Archpriest Nerses Avak Kahana Babayan of Aintab. He was born in Aleppo in[...]

BEIRUT — The Vahan Tekeyan School in Lebanon announced the inauguration of the Sam and Sylva Simonian Kindergarten on Sunday, October 1. This event took place on the school premises[...]

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. — Rehearsals are taking place every evening at the Tekeyan Cultural Association Center in Englewood Cliffs, NJ in preparation of a performance of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Democratic Liberal Party (ADL) Supreme Council, the Tekeyan Cultural Association of the United States and Canada, and the seven newspapers of the ADL in various countries[...]

WATERTOWN — Tekeyan Cultural Association West Coast members and friends have contributed $10,400 towards the purchase of an urgently needed school bus for the Vahan Tekeyan School in Beirut, Lebanon.[...]

BEIRUT — The once-mighty Armenian diasporan community of Lebanon has suffered greatly as a result of the nonstop onslaught on the country’s economy. While many have left to seek a[...]

CANOGA PARK, Calif. — Under the auspices of Archbishop Hovnan Derderian, Primate of the Western Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, with the collaboration of the Tekeyan Cultural Association,[...]

TENAFLY, N.J. — On Saturday, May 13, 2023, the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) Mher Megerdchian Theatrical Group (MMTG) kicked off its 25th anniversary celebrations with a gala banquet at the[...]

DETROIT — Armenian intellectual and political leader Edmond Y. Azadian was buried on Saturday, April 21, in Detroit’s Woodlawn Cemetery, after a weekend of solemn visitation and funeral services allowed[...]

BUENOS AIRES — On Tuesday, March 14, two activities were held at the Tekeyan Cultural Center of Buenos Aires, Argentina: a press conference and meeting with Edmond Y. Azadian, president[...]