Mikulás Bácsi visited the Hungarian Museum at the Galleria on a December Saturday afternoon, and to the delight of 27 children, he passed out treats all the while talking with each one, asking them their name and encouraging them to talk about themselves a bit. Before Mikulás Bácsi arrived for his visit, the children saw a traditional […]
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On January 10, 2015, we resume the Lecture Series. Please join us for the following presentations which parallel our theme for the year: The 25th Anniversary of the Fall of Communism (more…)
The Children’s Program will be held on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o’clock, on December 13. Give the gift of culture to a youngster in your life!
The legend about the ancient Magyars continues with this beautiful story of Emese’s dream.
The Museum sponsored another successful trip to Wooster, Ohio. We enjoyed good music, good company, and great food to eat on and off the bus! A good time was had by all!
On the evening of June 7, 2014, hundreds of Hungarian Americans gathered in Eastlake, Ohio to watch the Lake County Captains play baseball at Classic Park.
Hungarian Legends are great ways to learn about Hungarian culture and history. This is the first of many legends that you will be able to read on this website! the Legend of the White Stag is perhaps the most famous legend about the life and history of the ancient Magyar people.
On May 21, the Museum held its annual Volunteer Appreciation lunch. Thirty-two volunteers gathered at the Museum to enjoy good food and good company, as well as a good game of Magyar Trivia.
On Saturday March 27, 2010, beginning at 2:00 pm, the Museum hosted a seasonal program: “The Art of the Easter Egg”. The presenters were Tini Halácsy and Magda Temesváry Magda Temesváry, folk artist and ethnographer, spoke on the symbolism of the decorative motifs found on Hungarian Easter eggs, and then our guests were able […]
On Saturday, December 12, 2009, the Museum welcomed its young guests for a program designed for children: “Getting to Know Hungary.” Children ages 5-11 were among our visitors, with older and younger siblings invited to tag along. The Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society sponsored a Children’s Christmas Program on Saturday, December 12. for children from ages 5-11 […]