Coffee, Tea, Essays and Chat featured in December’s Program

To close the lecture series on Trianon, we have invited two first prize winners of essays written by young people [one in grade school and the other in high school] describing what it means to nurture their Hungarian heritage in the Diaspora. These essays are thoughtful reflections on the topic of living in the Diaspora, and offer a unique insight as to how some young people think about these issues. You will not be disappointed when you listen to them!! Following a discussion with each of the presenters, our moderator will invite you, our audience, to introduce themselves and share their experiences of living with their Hungarian heritage in the Diaspora.

We will also ask you to share with us what topics are of interest to you in future lectures. Whether you are part of a vibrant Hungarian community or have few Hungarians living in your city or town, we think that Zooming together on topics of mutual interest strengthens all in our community.

So please join us on Saturday, December 12, at 2 p.m. for a one hour program. Be sure to have a cup of coffee or tea, and perhaps some pastry, as we attempt to recreate the community gathering we have at the Museum after every program.

Thank you to all for supporting our 2020 Fall Zoom programs!

You have truly made this adventure into the virtual programming world worth the effort.

Please RSVP your participation at the Dec. 4, 2020 from 2 – 3 pm Zoom lecture below.


A viszontlátásra!  Hope to see you on December 12th!

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