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Alexandra Eisler | Oct 2, 200103:39 PM     1

The members of St. Vartan's Armenian Orthodox Church are holding their annual festival this weekend, October 6-7th, featuring arts and crafts, music and dancing, and tasty Armenian treats.

I've never been, but our close friend Raffi is a church member and says this is the highlight of their social calendar; the food is not to be missed.

St. Vartan's Church
650 Spruce Street
(Close to Lake Merritt)
PH: 510 893 1671 for more information and directions
No entrance fee

Saturday: noon to midnight (head straight there after the Chow Picnic!)

Sunday: 1:00-4:00pm

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