On the evening of March 25th, 2015, the Hungarian Heritage Museum hosted members of the Cleveland Hungarian community at a presentation on the available Diaspora programs that are designed to help the Hungarian communities outside of the homeland retain their Hungarian identities. Edith Lauer summarized the history behind the formation of this critical component of […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 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.
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 […]
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 […]