This program, the 2nd in the cross cultural series funded in part by a grant from the CAC, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, sought to compare the world of Hungarian and African village life as folks lived the cycles of birth, child rearing, love and old age. The audience was also introduced to leisure activities […]
Through a Cuyahoga Arts and Culture grant, the Museum was able to present a cross-cultural program series, the first of which featured folk songs performed by Roots of American Music and the Kis Magyar Korus.
Experiencing Hungarian Folklore!!! Through this interactive series, we leaned the meaning and cultural value that folklore has in the Hungarian community. At each session, we reviewed the most widely known and best loved Hungarian legends, fables, and folk stories. In addition, we offered activities and entertainment for our younger participants. Concurrently, we hosted focus group […]
Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum Euclid Square Mall, Euclid, OH 44132 [former location] hosted by the Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society October 2001-June 2002 once a month, on the second Saturday at 2:00-3:30 p.m. Dear Friends, Throughout the centuries, Hungary, a small country in Central Europe, was often the battleground of clashing forces between East and West. […]