April 11th marks the opening of our new exhibit–The End of the Cold War, Fall of Communism in Hungary and Eastern Europe–which will be of particular interest to many of Greater Cleveland’s ethnic communities whose lives have been touched by these events. The Exhibit covers the period after World War II through the 1989 peaceful […]
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Our February 14th presentation was held on schedule despite the raging snowstorm outside. Considering all of this, our attendance was still over 30. Once warmly ensconced, the audience was introduced to our guest speaker, Susan Papp Aykler, by Edith Lauer, the head of the Lecture Series. It was a pleasure to welcome our presenter as […]
The highly anticipated luncheon for those volunteers who helped move the Museum met with a small snafu. The luncheon was set for 12 noon, but by eleven there was a raging snowstorm outside. Considering all of this, there was a nice number in attendance with no shortage of food–plenty to eat and some to take […]
On Saturday afternoon, December 13, at 2 o’clock, the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum will welcome children between the ages of 4 and 9 to our annual Children’s Program. (more…)
September 27 was a banner day for wine lovers in Cleveland. The Annual Vintner Dinner featured 5 wonderful wines from Hungary. and our guests had a lovely time enjoying the many flavors presented to them over the course of the evening.
The Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society is again sponsoring a bus trip to Wooster, OH. We will be seeing the Ohio Light Opera‘s matinee performance of The Little King, with music written by Emmerich Kalman, on Sunday, July 27th. This 1912 operetta was inspired by the love affair of famed French singer/actress Gaby Deslys and Portugal’s […]