Summer picnics return to AYF Camp Haiastan


After last year’s incredible turnout, Franklin's AYF Camp Haiastan has announced that picnics are officially back! Get ready for a season filled with fun, food and fellowship as the spirit and tradition of the summer picnic make their triumphant return!


June 23: Hosted by Providence ARF
July 7: Hosted by St. Stephen’s Armenian Church
July 21: Hosted by the AYF Eastern Region and Camp Haiastan Alumni

Whether you’re a long-time supporter of Camp Haiastan or this is your child’s first summer, our Camp picnics offer the perfect opportunity to reunite with old friends and make new ones, too.

An old photo from a summer picnic

The first two of Camp Haiastan’s annual raffle drawings will take place in person on July 7 and 21. Make sure to secure your chance to win by purchasing a ticket.

Make new memories, take a stroll through camp and enjoy some kebab with your fellow Armenians.

Mark your calendars and come hungry.
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Camp Haiastan is also Advertising in the Franklin Observer for an Executive Assistant!

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    Located in Franklin, Massachusetts, AYF Camp Haiastan, was founded in 1951 and is the oldest Armenian camp in the United States. The Camp prides itself on providing a healthy and safe experience to Armenian-American youth to help them foster their Armenian identity and establish lifelong friendships.

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