The Center will host the Bulgarian Church, the Bulgarian School and events organized by the Bulgarian-American Cultural Center “Madara.” The Center is also looking to add other partners – for example, a hospitality entrepreneur who would be interested in opening a restaurant, cafe, or a bar within the Center’s premises serving Bulgarian food and beverages.

Bulgarian School

The “Sv. sv. Kiril and Methodii” Bulgarian school was founded in 1999 by Bulgarian patriots living in Boston with the aim of preserving the Bulgarian language and culture. The school’s programs include classes in Bulgarian language, literature, geography, and history.
The parents, teachers, and founders have managed to build an organization where hundreds of children have learned to read and write in Bulgarian and have become acquainted with the rich cultural and historic heritage of Bulgaria. The school is licensed by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education and is registered as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. For more information please visit their website.

Bulgarian Church

The Bulgarian Church “St. Petka” was officially registered in May 2000 as a NPO organization according to Massachusetts law. The Bulgarian Saint Petka of Tyrnovo was chosen as a patron saint of the new church. Protorey Father Rumen Popbotev Pelovsky has been serving in the church since its registration.
Church Board: Violeta Zheliazkova, Rosa Andreeva, Tzveta Vassileva, Christina Mihaleva, Nikolay Nenov, Bogomil Sybchev
To find the address or check for upcoming worship services, please visit the website of The Bulgarian Church “St. Petka”.

Bulgarian American Center “Madara”

The Bulgarian-American Center, Madara (BAC MADARA), is an organization created to popularize Bulgarian culture in the USA. Its mission is to establish inter-society dialogue by means of culture, arts, education, and economy. Madara also organizes intercultural programs and events to bring people from different walks of life together. It serves the sizable Bulgarian community in the Boston, MA, and New York, NY, areas. With the help of many volunteers, the center has produced and supported several cultural events, such as concerts and performances by established Bulgarian artists and performers, the Annual Bulgarian Cultural Festival, lectures, music, classes, and more. To learn about upcoming events please visit the website of Bulgarian-American Center “Madara“.

Food Vendors

The Bulgarian Center is looking for a partner with experience in the restaurant or hospitality industries who might be interested in opening a café or a small restaurant on its premises. The café would offer Bulgarian recipes and provide catering for events hosted at the Center.

The Center also collaborates with food vendors who are actively engaged with the community:

Six Star Market is “a true local gem for Eastern European food”
“I never been to Bulgaria and most likely never will. I can only dream of this place by sampling some fine food from the Six Star Market”.
These are only few of the excellent reviews of this local market. Spicy dry salami, nice Bulgarian cheese, stuffed eggplant, Lyutenitsa… You get the picture.

Pini’s Pizza is Old Fashioned Italian Style Pizza. Whether you are dining at home, or stopping by for a slice; Pini’s provides top quality Pizza and appetizers for all occasions.

Trio Cafe gives you the gift of time… and always fresh, delightfully tasty cuisine. Trio Cafe is one of the healthiest fast casual restaurants with great sandwiches, salads and daily specials for eating on the go.

Perks Coffee Shop is located of Norwood, MA. Perks Coffee House is the best and most recognized coffee shop in the Neponset Valley. For over 16 years, we’ve offered the area’s most welcoming meeting place for young and old, offering personalized service for all of our near and dear friends. Whether you’re looking for a quick drink and bite to eat, or a place to relax and converse with friends, our friendly and courteous staff is ready to take your order.

BAZAAR‘s first international food store was opened in Boston in 1982, our latest opened doors in 2004. Bazaar stores have to be experienced in person to be understood. The smell, the look, the taste, the variety and freshness of our products will overwhelm your senses. Bazaar on Beacon is a bustling store where, in addition to a wide range of European specialty foods covering everything from smoked fish and caviar to candies and cakes, we also boast a large selection of European liquors, wines and beers! We have the best variety of salads and hot take-out food, and a bakery section that includes our famous bulochki – so good even the Boston Globe raved about them!