Current Announcements

Items of interest for Armenians and their friends

ACOM at Festival of Nations

Dance and Armenian Craft Demonstration

Armenian Dance Ensemble

An inter-generational performing group, with the mission of preserving the tradition.

The Armenian Genocide

We, as a nation, need to affirm the Armenian Genocide as a Historical Fact because it is right.

The Armenian Cultural Organization of Minnesota (ACOM)


Website Notices of  Events


Spring/Summer ACOM Newsletter now available.

Minihyelites No. 165


Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day

was held Sunday April 23, 2023 - 1 to 4

3M Auditorium at Minnesota History Center

Click HERE for the event summary and Video


Appeal from Der Yeprem, Diocesan Liaison for Fund for Armenian Relief

Parents in Yerevan drop their adult special needs children off at the Prkutyun NGO where these 60 young adults have special classes and activities which help them function better in society. Fund for Armenian Relief's AYO! division wants to make sure they have a healthy lunch. The cost: $40/day for all of them.
The goal: Lunch for a year.

Please watch the video and consider a donation. As Jesus Christ says, "Whatever you have done for the least of mine, you did for me." So, for these young adults, for their parents, and for Jesus Christ, let's help out.
A day in the life at Prkutyun on Vimeo


U of M Center for Genocide and Holocaust Studies

2023 Ohanessian Chair Event Information

For more Information click HERE


ACOM Newsletter # 164 (Winter 2022/2023) now available. Give it a look.


ACOM's Gaghant Celebration

 A rousing success. Click on picture below for party details.

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ACOM is extremely proud to share with the Armenian community, their families and their friends, the honor of receiving, only recently, both a
Proclamation and a Certificate of Recognition
for all their work and contribution to the Armenian community, from the State of Minnesota, signed by Governor Walz.

 View a copy of the Proclamation           View a copy of the Certificate


The Armenian Cultural Organization of Minnesota (ACOM) preserves and promotes Armenian culture, language, history and heritage in Minnesota and the upper Midwest. Founded in 1980 and headquartered in St. Paul, ACOM is the oldest and largest Armenian organization in the state.

ACOM welcomes everyone, regardless of ethnic, religious or political affiliation, who takes an interest in Armenia and Armenians. Our members include first generation through fourth generation Minnesota Armenians, their families, and non-Armenian friends of the community.

Help Support Us!

Whether your interest is genealogy or history, fine arts or folk crafts, travel or current affairs—even if you don’t speak a word of Armenian—you’ll find a warm welcome at ACOM social gatherings and cultural events.

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