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An important date to save!

Save the Date for our upcoming Vintner Dinner which will be held on Saturday evening, October 23rd, at the Canterbury Golf Club. This will be our 25th Vintner Dinner!

It's a Silver Anniversary celebration of raising funds to support our Museum, its many programs and 35 years of exhibits.

We are proud to be the means of showcasing our culture and the history of the Hungarian community on the shores of Lake Erie!!

We hope you will join us!

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35 Years of Exhibits

There is something to be said for celebrating 35 years of exhibits produced by the curator of the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum! Andrew Lázár has been hard at work bringing to the community one compelling exhibit after another. The video below is a beautiful summary of all the exhibits that have enriched the cultural landscape of Cleveland. It is a testament to what the talent of a volunteer can accomplish.

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Starting on June 9th, the Museum will be back to welcoming visitors!

The Museum will reopen its doors to visitors starting on June 9th. In the beginning we will be open on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 11-3.  If you would like to visit us on another day, you can make an appointment by either calling the Museum telephone number, 216-523-3900 and leaving a message, or you can write a message to our email address, museum@clevelandhungarianmuseum.org, and we will reply and arrange for your visit.  Please give us at least a 4 day notice!

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"Hol volt, hol nem volt...once upon a time...Hungarian Folktales"

You can view the Hungarian language program that was held on May 8th via Zoom, featuring the world of Hungarian Folktales. Recently, an animated series of Hungarian folktales was designated as a national cultural treasure (Hungarikum). The Museum celebrated this designation with this program .

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In February, 2020, the Museum received a grant from the Ohio History Connection, which allowed us to purchase software that will enhance our ability to catalog our collection, and incorporate donor and support information into one database. As a recipient organization, we are please to announce that this project is made possible in part by the Ohio History Fund, a grant program of the Ohio History Connection. The Ohio History Fund is made possible by voluntary donations of state income tax refunds, sales of Ohio History “mastodon” license plates, and other donations.