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Celebrating Franz Lehár

Andrea Lázár was our presenter for the February program, the first in our 2021 Spring Lecture Series. Her dynamic and wonderful summary of the life and work of this eminent operetta composer was well-received.  The audience enjoyed the enthusiasm with which Andrea shared her vast knowledge of the world of operetta, and in particular, the […]

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October’s program on the Diaspora

On October 12 the Museum hosted  a program on Hungarian Diaspora Diplomacy from the perspective of Washington DC. and how that Diaspora is served by the various consulates and the Embassy itself. Our speaker was Zita Mirk, Diaspora Liaison, Embassy of Hungary. Her presentation focused on the various initiatives that the Hungarian government has formulated to […]

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September program on Ilona Zrinyi

The topic of our first presentation for the 2018 Fall series was “Defending the Fort: the Life and Times of Ilona Zrinyi” presented by Eszti Pigniczky, Director of Leadership Development and Training, Hungarian Scouts in Exteris. Ilona Zrinyi was an interesting woman who was born in 1643 and lived in the 17th century during an era of […]

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The “Spirit of Freedom” Exhibit Opening was a wonderful commemorative event!

October 22, Saturday afternoon, saw our Museum members and volunteers welcome a full house of visitors who came to celebrate the opening of our “Spirit of Freedom” exhibit. This special exhibit features the images and story of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising, and the Hungarian-American community of Cleveland joined Hungarians around the world to commemorate the […]

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New Exhibit Opening on October 22!

We are proud to present our new exhibit commemorating the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. As a center of Hungarian culture in the Northeast Ohio area, this exhibit is an important component of the Hungarian-American Community’s celebration of the Spirit of Freedom, that was 1956! Please join us for the opening reception on […]

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