MISI Hungarian School Sticky

Dear Parents,

The summer is drawing to a close and we are looking forward to the beginning of the MISI school year. It would be essential to know if you are intending to enroll your child(ren) in the fall classes so that our teachers can prepare adequately. We would also like to know your opinions on a number of questions. We would like to try and accommodate as many families as possible and need your input.

Registration for 2016 fall classes are open.

Location:

Unity Church Unitarian—733 Portland Ave., St. Paul, MN

Class Dates—Saturdays

 September 17, 24; October 8, 22; November 5, 19; December 3, 17, 2016.  

The classes will meet weekly for 90 minutes.

Online Registration

Cost: The initial cost will be $100/8 classes for the first child.

If the family has a second child attending, the cost will be an additional $80.

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Classroom supply fee/Copies $15/child. For families to attend MISI Hungarian School
paid Minnesota Hungarians family membership is required.

Please indicate your intention to enroll your child or children below. We would like to know if you would like to enroll your children and based on the responses we receive, we will endeavor to have enough teachers to fulfill the need.

 

Registration deadline: September 10, 2016

Members Spotlight - Katica and Gabor Deli

Katica and Gábor Deli - A Hungarian Success Story in Minnesota

The story of our couple started in Hungary in the 60's. At that time both of them were attending, a Physical Education College in Hungary.  Their first meeting was at a gymnastics show, followed soon after by a wedding.
When Katica was carrying their first child, they decided to leave Hungary and move to the US. At that time Gábor had been a member of the Hungarian Gymanstic Team for 10 years and also the photographer of the Dózsa soccer team of Újpest. He was quite successful as a photographer and had also won the Silver Javelin sports photographer prize in 1970. Photography is still a passion for him.
The journey to Minneapolis was by way of an adventurous journey through Yugoslavia and Italy. It was clear where they were to go in the US as Katica had two uncles and an aunt already living in Minnesota. They were subsequently followed by her parents as well.

Katica: We had not even gotten ourselves a decent apartment; even having to live separately for a while after we were first married. When I found out I was pregnant, we decided to leave the country.
Gábor: We got to Italy through Yugoslavia, where we received political refugee status. A few days before the expected date of birth of our, son, we were called and told that we could proceed to America from Rome. When we were approaching New York, the flight circled the Statue of Liberty. So that was how we arrived in the USA at the end of November 1971.
Katica: Although they didn't want me to go to Minnesota because they were afraid that our son would be born, but I really wanted to get there, so we went. Our son waited and was born here in Minnesota.

Hungarian Folk2ns Concert

ENYEDI&SALAMON QUARTET
featuring solo dancer
Istvan Berecz
WHEN 2pm, September 18, 2016
WHERE Minnesota History  Center
3M Auditorium 345 W Kellog Blvd, St. Paul MN 55102

Entry: $20 General Admission at the door
Children under 17 FREE

Event page

These events are part of the `Minnesota Remembers` special program series that commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 with Hungarian film screenings and folk music&dance events
DOWNLOAD the `MINNESOTA REMEMBERS` event series flyer.

*programs are subject to change

The activities are funded in part by a grant from The Hungary Initiative Foundation. The events are organized and hosted by Creative Cultural Exchange Inc. - a bridge across cultures

Táncház

Enjoy an evening of traditional Hungarian music and participatory dance featuring Budapest’s Enyedi–Salamon Quartet, the premier young presenters of authentic folk music from Transylvania, Moldavia, and Transdanubia.

 

SATURDAY, September 17, 2016
FOLK MUSIC&DANCE WORKSHOPS, TÁNCHÁZ

FLYER
Enjoy a unique opportunity to learn Hungarian folk dances from one of the most accomplished Hungarian folk dancers in Budapest, Hungary! Professional folk dancer István Berecz will be leading dance workshops for children and adults accompanied by the superb folk musicians of the Enyedi&Salamon Quartet.

4:15 pm Folk Music and Dance Workshop for Children

Entry: $5; FREE to enrolled MISI Hungarian Language School students


6-7 pm Folk Music and Dance Workshop for Adults

Entry: $15 (Workshop & Táncház)


7pm Hungarian Folk Dance House - Tanchaz
Entry: Children under 17 FREE
$10 (Táncház); $15 (Workshop & Táncház)

WHERE: Unity Church-Unitarian, 733 Portland Ave, St.Paul MN 55104

These events are part of the `Minnesota Remembers` special program series that commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 with Hungarian film screenings and folk music&dance events
DOWNLOAD the `MINNESOTA REMEMBERS` event series flyer.

*programs are subject to change

The activities are funded in part by a grant from The Hungary Initiative Foundation. The events are organized and hosted by Creative Cultural Exchange Inc. - a bridge across cultures

First Honorary Lifetime Membership Awarded

2016

The first Honorary Minnesota Hungarians Lifetime Membership was awarded to Anna Németh at the Festival of Nations Volunteer Appreciation Party on July 24, 2016.

       

 

        Anna Németh, center, with her Lifetime Membership notice.                                         The notice!

III. Annual Harvest Festival

Delicious food, great wine, lively music and dancing, grape stomping, winery tours, beautiful ethnic costumes, laughter and good cheer; all ingredients for a perfect celebration on a lovely autumn afternoon.

HUNGARIAN HARVEST FESTIVAL

Saturday, September 10th, 2016
from 11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Language Classes

Registration

The Minnesota Hungarians are pleased to announce a series of courses of adult language instruction in the Hungarian language starting the first week of October for 6 weeks ONLY--to allow for a limited commitment. Classes will be offered based on chapters in the A1+ course textbook (green cover). This accommodation is for those who had to suspend their study and wish to pick up again where they left off.

Class A--beginning from Chapter 1 and 2
Class B--beginning from Chapter 3
Class C--beginning from Chapter 4
Class D--beginning from Chapter 5

The classes times and location will be set based on a consensus of those attending. Registration is now open. Please register by filling out the form below. Classes will cost $25/each and last 90 minutes and can be paid to the instructor at the first class.

The cost of the textbook and workbook, which may be purchased the first day of class, is $60.

 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Eva Kish has been giving private instruction in Hungarian to adults and children in the Twin Cities since 2005. Eva grew up in the US of Hungarian parents and grew up speaking Hungarian. She lived and studied in Hungary in the late 70s. She has an MA in Education.

Contact Eva Kish

To register, click here.

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