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2019

Hungarian Folk Dance Class for Children (Ages 3-8)

Regular Hungarian folk dance class for children age 3-8 is held at the Hungarian House of New York. Children’s folk games are part of the dance sessions, to make it even more interesting and colorful. Registration and further information: ildiko.nagy33@gmail.com Admission: $10 Instructors: Adam Ujlaki (KCSP intern) & Ildikó Nagy *** Hungarian Folk…

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Organized by: The Hungarian House of New York

Let’s chat! – Intermediate Hungarian Language Course

Immerse yourself in Hungarian language and culture with the help of a native speaker at the Hungarian Library of New York! If you are a beginner  or feel like having a decent conversation or just want to chat with someone in Hungarian, this course is for you! Come and join the Hungarian…

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Organized by: American Hungarian Library and Historical Society

Bóbita Hungarian Mommy and Me Play Group for Children Under 3

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. Donation: $10/family Registration and further information: hungarianschoolnyc.com ajmoimanhattan@gmail.com

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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 in the Hungarian House of New York.  Ages 0-3: Bóbita Hungarian Mommy-and-Me Play Group A bi-weekly 50-minute-long program for children under 3 and their…

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Organized by: Arany János Hungarian School

FILMCLUB – A Kind of America

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Comedy, 1h 55min, 2001 The film presents in Hungarian with English subtitles. After the movie, Szonja Oroszlán, one of the main characters of the film, will be our guest. A Kind of America is one of the most successful Hungarian comedies. Tamás is a young, Budapest-based director of video clips and commercials, who dreams of directing…

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Organized by: American Hungarian Library and Historical Society