Connecticut Premiere of First Feature Film Ever Made in Aromanian

Connecticut Premiere of First Feature Film Ever Made in Aromanian

The Society Farsarotul was proud to sponsor this event on June 7, 2014, at the Roger Ludlowe Middle School in Fairfield, CT.

“I’m Not Famous, but I’m Aromanian” was created by Toma Enache, an actor and director from Romania who is of Aromanian descent.

Click here for photos taken at the premiere.

The Society Farsarotul also created videos of the premiere and several interviews in Aromanian and English. You may view them below.
They are posted to our new Society Farsarotul YouTube Channel.


Highlights of the event

Introduction and welcome by officers of the Society Farsarotul

Group interview

Toma Enache and Fr. George Coca

Elena Enache

Nick Balamaci

Dini Trandu

George Fatsy



Anniversary Dinner Dance

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Don’t try this at home:
Come to the Society’s Anniversary Dinner Dances!

The Society Farsarotul held its 110th Anniversary Dance on Saturday, October 26, 2013 at the St. Dimitrie Hall in Easton, Connecticut.
Please check back later for more information on future celebrations!

Our organization has been serving the needs of the Aromanian community for 110 years.
During this time the Society has evolved to meet the current needs of our members in the United States and around the world.


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