To all who came out to have fun at our Romanian Festival.
Hope to see you again next year
Holy Transfiguration was founded in 2000 by a handful of families to serve the spiritual needs of the Romanian community.
Today we welcome everyone who seek to live their life in communion with God - our services are held in both Romanian and English.
We strive to raise the young generation maintaining and loving our traditions, faith and beliefs.
We hope you enjoyed our food and learned a little about our traditions.
Romanii au marturisit ca s-au simtit pentru un moment transportati in Romania. Multumim pentru aprecieri.
Asim Etem and his restaurant A Villa Louisa for helping with food preparation and transport, tents, tables and chairs, advice and many other things
Antonia Baroga and Romanul for teaching our kids about the meaning of signs embroidered on our custom shirts.
Mirela Panaitisor and her The New Old School of Music for the beautiful violin recital
Silvia Salvari and her restaurant Silvia's Restaurant for the wonderful bread.
Thank you to all who spent many hours around an oven to bake for us:
Maria Gautier, Lia Mihai, Elena Cupceancu, Eugenia
Children will have their own area this year with backyard games and face painting.
Enjoy our traditional folklore that does not let anyone, no matter their age, sitting in their chairs for too long.
What time does it start?
Saturday 11 am to 9 pm
Sunday 11 am to 5 pm
Where will I park my car?
There are plenty of parking spaces on the street
What if it rains?
We will be there rain or shine.
We will have a tent area and the church's social hall.
How will I find it?
2 Winter St. Manchester CT 06040
2 Winter St, Manchester, Connecticut 06040, United States
Saturday: By appointment
Sunday: 9.45 am - 2 pm