Seasonal Customs and Leisure Activities, March 14, 2009

CAC program


This program, the 2nd in the cross cultural series funded in part by a grant from the CAC, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, sought to compare the world of Hungarian and African village life as folks lived the cycles of birth, child rearing, love and old age. The audience was also introduced to leisure activities such as story telling and games. Thoughtfully presented by two ethnographers, Endre Szentkirályi and Ismail D. Douglas, the program combined the resources of the Hungarian Scouts in Cleveland and the Rainey Institute.

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