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We Are Launching a Book Club!

NEW! Online Book Club Knocking on Your Door Living in New York, it is relatively hard to keep track of which Hungarian books to read and where to get them. It is especially hard to find people to engage in discussion about them, even though a number of literary sensations…

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Süsü the Dragon 2/29/20

Dear Parents,   We are glad to let you know that our school will start the Children’s Filmclub organized together with the American-Hungarian Library, please see the enclosed invitation. The first screening of Süsü the Dragon will happen on February 29th, Saturday at 1:30pm in the American-Hungarian Library (Hungarian House)  Seating is limited, please RSVP at info@americanhungarianlibrary.org   We are excited…

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FILMCLUB – BÚÉK

Drama, comedy 1h 42min , 2018 The film presents in Hungarian with English subtitles. The story takes place on New Year’s Eve that a group of friends have been celebrating together for years. The topic of the conversation veers in the direction of how nowadays people store many secrets and confidential information on their cell…

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Christmas Fair at the Hungarian House of NY

FOR SALE Christmas candies, smoked delicacies, sausage, cake, walnut and poppy bejgli, Christmas ornaments, gifts, soaps, jewelry…etc. HOT LUNCH from 12 p.m. stuffed cabbage, goulash soup, mulled wine ARTS and CRAFTS for CHILDREN from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. gingerbread decoration, Christmas ornament making Please come and support the Hungarian…

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Santa Celebration (RSVP by Dec 1)

Dear Parents! The Arany János Hungarian School together with the Hungarian Scout Troops in New York, and the Hungarian House would like to invite all children to the BOBITA SANTA CELEBRATION! Siblings, cousins, friends, parents, grandparents are very welcome! Sponsor: Bethlen Gábor Fund

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The Fragile Brutalism of Marcel Breuer

The Fragile Brutalism of Marcel Breuer Exhibition Opening  Monday, October 14, 2019 Doors open at 6:30 PM Hungarian House of New York 213 E 82nd St, New York, NY 10028   Celebrate with us the grandiose achievements of Hungarian architect and designer Marcel Breuer, the master of Bauhaus with a photo…

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