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The Cafesjian Center for the Arts Celebrates International Child Protection Day

June 01, 2012
On June 1, the Cafesjian Center for the Arts invites everyone to celebrate the International Child Protection Day. Every year this grand event gathers children and their parents from all over Armenia, including children from orphanages and with special needs.

The event is sponsored by Gerard L. Cafesjian and the Cafesjian Center for the Arts.

The festivities will start at 17:00 at the Cafesjian Sculpture Garden, where children will participate in interactive arts and crafts workshops. In addition, a puppet show, clowns and cartoon characters will entertain the young visitors of the event. The concert program will start at 19:00, with participation of various children’s groups. A pleasant surprise has also been prepared for adults. The Suren Arustamyan and Friends band will give a wonderful open air concert. The celebration will culminate in a magnificent display of fireworks over the city of Yerevan.

“The Cafesjian Center for the Arts is happy to join the world community, once again, in celebrating the International Child Protection Day. We want children to experience the excitement of art by participating in our open-air workshops and enjoying the concert program,” stated Mr. Vahagn Marabyan, the Acting Executive Director of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts. 
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Admission and Hours

Gallery One, Museum Store, Khanjyan Gallery, Sasuntsi Davit Gallery and Swarovski Crystal Palace exhibition are always free of charge.

Cafesjian Sculpture Garden: Always open.
Escalator Gallery: Everyday, 8:00-20:00.
Exhibition Galleries, Museum Store and Visitor Center: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10:00-20:00.
The Center is closed on state holidays.
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