Hungarian exhibit at Cleveland City Hall

Cleve city hallThe Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum joined 5 other nationalities with an exhibit at Cleveland City Hall throughout November. 2007.
Address: 601 Lakeside Ave. in downtown Cleveland.

WHEN – The Rotunda was open to the public. On November 19th, Monday, from 5:30 – 6:30 there was an hour long program in the Rotunda at City Hall, celebrating Hungarian Culture. This program too was open to the public.

Everyone was Welcome!

November was Eastern European Cultures month in the City of Cleveland. We were one of six nationalities participating. Each nationality was given the opportunity to organize an hour long program. The Hungarian program featured dancers from the Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble, a DVD on Hungary sent to us by the Hungarian Embassy in Washington, and a presentation on the Hungarian immigrant commnunity in Cleveland. This program was free and open to the public and sought to educate the audience on various aspects of Hungarian culture, history and Hungarian life in the greater Cleveland community.



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