Richmond’s season of food festivals officially begins with the 53rd annual Armenian Festival. One of the most popular food festivals in town, the weekend event offers an impressive selection of authentic Armenian food, including cheese and spinach boregs, stuffed grape leaves, kebabs and paklava. The festival also features traditional Armenian music and dancing performed by Hye Keys, Narod and the Greater Richmond Children’s Choir. Expect to go back for seconds. The free festival takes place at St. James Armenian Apostolic Church from Sept. 15-18. Armenianfoodfestival.org
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