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!! For further information, contact Hajnal Kezdi at (216) 476-9939 or email@example.com.
We hope you will join us!
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, firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will reply and arrange for your visit. Please give us at least a 4 day notice!Read more...
Come and enjoy an afternoon of deeply moving, poignant and hauntingly beautiful poetry as we watch and listen together in the Museum to the virtual presentation from Hungary by Dr. Judit Havas.
This hour-long performance will be in Hungarian and will include a medley of poetry and literature readings from lesser known poets of the 1950s.
The focus will be on poets whose lives and poetic works were deeply influenced by the turbulent and repressive times in Hungary, and include Bertók László, Illyés Gyula, and Csoóri Sándor.
The lecture will be interactive as participants in attendance in the Museum will have the opportunity to virtually comment and ask questions of Dr. Havas at the end of the lecture.
Dr. Judit Havas teaches Hungarian literature, public speaking and elocution at the Department of Literary Scholarship at the Eötvös Loránd University.Read more...
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.