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Easter Egg Decoration and Egg Hunt for CHILDREN

Dyeing and decorating eggs have a long history in the Hungarian tradition. Techniques and motifs show the same regional variety as Hungarian embroideries do. Please join us to our traditional Easter egg decorating workshop on Good Friday. The wax-resist egg dyeing technique will be presented and thought according to the…

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Organized by: Arany János Hungarian School

Library Hours

The American Hungarian Library has a 6,000 volume book collection that is overseen by a professional librarian and is available for reading and lending for members. You can enjoy free Wi-Fi as well. In addition to our books on history and reference materials, our collection is continually expanding with current…

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Organized by: American Hungarian Library and Historical Society

Bóbita Hungarian Mommy-and-Me Play Group

A weekly 50-minute-long program for children under 3 and their caregivers. A group for the youngest aiming to develop Hungarian language skills. The sessions follow a carefully crafted sequence of Hungarian nursery rhymes, children’s songs and games with active parent participation. The playgroup meets in the Hungarian House of New…

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Organized by: The Hungarian House of New York

Arany János Hungarian School

The Arany János Hungarian School is an open, ideologically and politically neutral, non-profit educational institution. The School operates every Saturday from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. Ages 0-3 Bóbita Hungarian Mommy-and-Me Play Group A bi-weekly 50-minute-long program for children under 3 and their caregivers. A group for the youngest aiming…

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Organized by: Arany János Hungarian School

Hungarian Folk Dance Course

Délibáb Hungarian Folk Dance Ensemble holds alive the folk dances of Carpathian Basin by teaching them on a regular basis to its members and to everyone who joins the classes; by organising folk dance houses, where everybody can dance spontaneously on his/her own for live music; and occasionally by representing…

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Organized by: The Hungarian House of New York