Give the Gift of Culture to a youngster in your life!
Join us at the Hungarian Museum for our Annual Children’s Program on Saturday, December 10th, at the Museum on the lower level of the Galleria in Downtown Cleveland, beginning at 2 o’clock!
We welcome children from ages 3-13, and will have age appropriate activities for them to learn about Hungarian culture. This year’s theme is Hungarian Folk Tales (Magyar népmesék), and children will have the chance to immerse themselves into the world of some of the best-loved magyar folktales.
Activities will include crafts, story-telling, board games from Hungary, learning some Hungarian vocabulary, decorating “mézeskalács” cookies, and a puppet show featuring a Hungarian folk tale.
But the highlight of the afternoon will be a visit by St. Nicholas (Mikulás Bácsi)! He will greet the children and pass out treats.
Parents and grandparents have a chance to enjoy a wonderful afternoon with the children, and as always, refreshments will be served after the program!!
To reserve a place for the youngster in your life, please email Andrea Meszaros at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 440-247-5144 and leave a message.
Space is limited.
Donation per child attending is $5. Parking is available in the Galleria parking garage for $7.
Hope to see you! A viszontlátásra!!