St. James Church in Watertown to host annual Armenian food bazaar

PanARMENIAN.Net - The St. James Armenian Church in Watertown, MA, will host their 64th annual Armenian food bazaar on Oct. 14 and Oct. 15 to raise funds for the church, according to event organizers.

Over 2,500 people are expected over the two-day period, said event organizer Natasha Aljalian.

"A wide range of Armenian foods, delicacies and pastries are featured, including some items which are crowd favorites," Aljalian said. "While the feature of the Bazaar is delicious Armenian food, there will also be vendors and our new KidZone with a wide array of events for children," she said.

The KidZone events will feature a pumpkin patch, photo booth, carnival games, play space, and karaoke party. There will also be clown entertainment, face-painting and balloons on Saturday. A variety of raffles and prizes will also be available to people attending, boston.com reported.

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