Dear Friends of the Museum! We invite you to join us for an IN PERSON program at the Hungarian Museum on Saturday, October 8th at 2 o’clock. We have invited five members of our local Hungarian-American community to share the story that formed their Hungarian identity. Some of the questions they may discuss include: What are your connections to Hungary? When did you-your ancestors come to the US? What Hungarian traditions-customs do you keep in your family? Any interesting family stories that you share about your ancestors from one generation to the next? What do you most appreciate about your Hungarian heritage?
How many of us have thought about our Hungarian identity as we live our daily lives in the Hungarian Diaspora? This program gives us a chance to listen to the stories of some of our fellow Hungarian-Americans, and perhaps to reflect on our own sense of Hungarian identity. Our featured speakers are Richard Sarosi, Alex Kezdi, Lel Somogy, Ilona Solomon and Alex Viiberg. They represent a diverse group of Hungarian Americans and will share different experiences of their life in our Cleveland Hungarian community.
The program will begin at 2 o’clock, and the Museum will be open from 1 through 4 p.m. The program will be English, and as usual, refreshments will be served after the presentation.
For your convenience parking is available in the Galleria garage at $7. Suggested donations: $10 adults and $5 students.
Join us in welcoming our speakers who are members of our Cleveland Hungarian community!
A viszontlátásra! Hope to see you there!
I think this great! I wish that I didnt have a previous commitment. I would like to bring my Men’s Brotherhood from the Lorain Hungarian Reformed Church for a visit.