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The “Spirit of Freedom” Exhibit Opening was a wonderful commemorative event!

October 22, Saturday afternoon, saw our Museum members and volunteers welcome a full house of visitors who came to celebrate the opening of our “Spirit of Freedom” exhibit. This special exhibit features the images and story of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising, and the Hungarian-American community of Cleveland joined Hungarians around the world to commemorate the […]

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Beautiful exhibit on Hungary currently at Museum!

Come and visit Hungary!  Rich in culture and history, music and art, world-famous for its cuisine, unparalleled in its hospitality, Hungary and its many offerings will be highlighted in an exhibit including multi-visual presentations from films to photos to interactive media. Budapest, Hungary’s capital on the Danube, is famous for the grandeur and style of […]

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May program brings the Hungarian Genealogy Society of Greater Cleveland to the Museum!

May program brings the Hungarian Genealogy Society of Greater Cleveland to the Museum!

The Cleveland Hungarian Museum invites you to our May Program entitled “The Hungarian Genealogy Society of Greater Cleveland:  Who We Are and How We Can Help You in Your Research” on Saturday, May 14th, at 2 pm. The Museum is located on the ground level of the Galleria at Erieview, in Downtown Cleveland.This program will focus on the world […]

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April 9th program at the Hungarian Museum

Join us for a wonderful program celebrating Hungarian folk dancing on Saturday, April 9th at 2 0’clock. Richard Graber, founder of the Csárdás Dance Company, will speak of his experience with the company and how it served as a vehicle for preserving his Hungarian cultural heritage; the program will also feature a dance performance by the […]

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February 13th program at the Museum

Hungarian Footprints in Portugal – by John Lauer The Surprising Story of Father Kondor in Fatima If you are interested in learning the fascinating story of Fr. Lajos Kondor, a Hungarian monk, three Portuguese shepherd children, and a certified miracle that took place in Fatima, Portugal, come hear John Lauer’s lecture. CSIKSOMLYO: the Pilgrimage site […]

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Contemporary Art in the Digital World

This lecture, scheduled for January 23rd, will explore the various aspects of the intersection of contemporary art and the digital world, discussing artists, their work, the tools, and online platforms. The new accompanying exhibit is titled “Kozmon: Primal Topography”, by an internationally collected artist widely exhibited, critically acclaimed, and known for his monumental paintings. Awards […]

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ÚJ KÖNYV KAPHATÓ A Magyar Múzeumban

A new book of interest for Hungarian readers for sale at The Hungarian Museum. Entitled: “…az írás megmarad” by Lajos Koncz. This book deals with the history of Hungarian boarding schools established by refugees (1945-1956) for their children in post WW2 Germany. Látván azt az érdeklődést amit Baloghné Judit júliusi könyvbemutatója – „School of a […]

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Nineteenth annual Vintner Dinner

The Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society invites you to attend its Annual Vintner Dinner and fundraiser on Saturday, October 17. This unique event will feature delicious Hungarian cuisine and fine Hungarian wines coming from some of the best boutique wine-makers in Hungary! Our guests will also be treated to the wonderful music of Harmonia. The dinner […]

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