Minnesota Hungarians Invites You to the
CHRISTMAS PARTY, POTLUCK DINNER & BAKE SALE
Please come and join us as we celebrate the holiday and gather as a community and meet Santa Claus.
Date: December 16, 2023 (Saturday) 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Unity Church Unitarian - Parish Hall
733 Portland Ave., St. Paul
Minnesota Hungarians members: Entrance and Mikulas Gift Bags for kids are free.
Please preregister here for Mikulas Gift Bag.
For nonmembers: $15 adult entrance & $10 for Mikulas Gift Bags.
Please consider becoming a Minnesota Hungarians member.
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HUNGARIAN DANCE CLASSES
The Vidéki Hungarian Dancers are offering classes in Transylvanian Couple Dances on Wednesdays 8:15-9:15 p.m., September 6 through December 13, at the Tapestry Folkdance Center, 3748 Minnehaha Avenue, Minneapolis. No partner is needed. There is no cost to Minnesota Hungarians members, $5 for nonmembers. Dancers can warm up with Zumba 7:15-8:15 p.m., for $7. For more information, click here.
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOLERS AND CANDIDATES OF CITIZENSHIP!
Do you need a language certificate? We can help!
We are happy to announce that the Hungarian language has been added to the Biliteracy Seal list. High school student can take an exam in Hungarian and they are going to get a golden or platinum seal in their high school diploma, which for they will be able to get extra credit at College. Minnesota state is the 2nd, where high school students can take Hungarian language test.
HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE CLASSES FOR ADULTS
If you are interested in studying Hungarian as a second language, please contact teacher, Eva Kish, to find out specifics and availability for classes. Eva has been offering classes and private instruction since 2005. Since 2020, she has switched from in-person classes to 1:1 on-line (zoom or video phone) tutoring. This format offers flexibility for each individual's specific scheduling needs. Eva teaches using the Common European Reference Language levels A1, A2, B1, B2 as developed at the University of Pécs and provides the textbook and workbook for purchase. Students usually opt for a weekly 90 minutes session.
You can contact Eva through her email address: email@example.com.
MISI HUNGARIAN SCHOOL
April 6, 2014 marked the date that 23 excited children embarked on a new adventure-learning about their heritage and culture through the formal study of the Hungarian language. The school is the first of its kind for the over 100-year-old organization.
The group perform dances done both within present day Hungary and by ethnic Hungarians outside the country’s current borders. Their colorful costumes, whirling dances, and fiery music preserve the vibrant traditions of Hungarian folk dance. The group practices weekly, except in the summer, and welcomes new members.
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