February 14th program at the Museum

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Zsuzsa Papp Aykler, President of the Rákoczi Foundation in Toronto, Canada, will present a program about Students Without Boundaries – (Magyarságismereti mozgótábor), on Saturday afternoon, 2 p.m. at the Hungarian Museum. Dr. Aykler will describe how this unique Educational Scholarshhip Program-Camp brings Hungarian students each summer from the countries surrounding Hungary for a two-week long visit to various cities in Hungary.

She will supplement her presentation with an 8 minute video about this past summer’s camp.

There is heated parking available in the Galleria underground parking garage for $3.00. Program donation is $10.00. As is our tradition, refreshments will be available after Dr. Aykler’s presentation, and the audience will have the opportunity to meet and speak with Dr. Aykler.

This program is made possible in part by a grant from the Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel.
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