2015

Nógrád Folk Dance Ensemble

In 2015 the Hungarian Scouting was 105 years old and the Hungarian Scout Association in Exteris was 75 years old. On this occasion, the guest of the Jubilee Camp was the Nógrád Folk Dance Ensemble, who taught more than 500 children Hungarian folk dances, folk customs, and folk games in…

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Hungarian Heritage Festival

Hungarian Heritage Festival on June 20, 2015 was co-organized by the Hungarian House of New York and the Balassi Institute, Hungarian Cultural Center, NY presenting Hungarian traditional arts and crafts for children, children’s folk dance party, concert and folk dance party with Muzsikás Ensemble, feat. Ágnes Herczku soloist, Béla Ágoston…

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Lecture of Tamás Vekerdy

We were very honored to have such an inspiring personality as Tamás Vekerdy at the House of Hungary. Thanks to the heads of the Boskola, Arany János Hungarian School in cooperation with all of our volunteers. Thank you to Tamás Vekerdy for his exciting, deep and entertaining presentation.

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BY ME Fashion Show

Modern pieces, traditional design. The Hungarian House hosted a special fashion show presenting the collections of Hrivnák Tünde who is a well-known Hungarian contemporary fashion designer. Thank you to the Hungarikum Council for supporting our event. The designer’s website: http://byme.hu

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Bóbita Egg Hunt

Bobita Hungarian Baby – Mom Play Group for 0-3 years olds. The aim of the group is to develop children’s Hungarian language skills. It requires the active participation of parents while we learn Hungarian games, nursery rhymes and children’s songs. The playgroup meets every Saturday at 11 am at the Hungarian…

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Easter Egg Decoration

Dying and decorating Easter eggs have a long history in the Hungarian folk tradition. Techniques and motifs show the same regional variety as Hungarian embroideries do. The most popular methods of decorating eggs are writing in wax and etching. The home-made wax pen (gica, kesica) is dipped in hot wax…

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