Events Calendar

Hungarian Christmas Candy Fundraiser @ Various Hungarian establishments/ Phone order
Nov 5 – Dec 21 all-day

The Annual Hungarian Christmas Candy fundraiser has started! Christmas candy flavors include marczipan, dark chocolate truffle, jelly and hazelnut. Christmas candy provided by Bende Inc. of Chicago and all profits benefit the Cleveland Hungarian Scouts. $10 a box, but only while supplies last. They make great gifts, so order yours today!

Nut and Poppy Roll fundraiser @ Online or Phone Order
Nov 10 – Dec 7 all-day

Leave YOUR Christmas Baking to us!
Walnut or Poppy Seed
$15/ea (1 pc)
$14/ea (2 pcs)
$13/ea (3+ pcs)

All orders must be received by
December 7, 2018

To place your order: / / 216-338-1370

Orders will be available for pick-up:

Mon., Dec. 17
7:00-9:00 pm

Tues., Dec 18
6:30-8:30 pm

Fri., Dec 21
7:00-9:00 pm

At the Hungarian Scout Center
1851 West 23rd. St.
Cleveland, OH

Please specify on which date you plan to pick up your order.
Thank you for your support!

Rat Pack Concert & Dinner @ First Hungarian Reformed Church
Nov 16 all-day
Cleveland BuSHO film festival @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland
Nov 23 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Presenting the internationally acclaimed BuSHO (Budapest Short) FILM FESTIVAL winners at the Cleveland Hungarian Congress. Hosting the event will be Tamas Gabeli, festival director, offering a chance for audience members to discuss the film choices. BuSHO supports a generation of developing young filmmakers from Central-Eastern-Europe. The films shown vary in length from a one minute to 30 minutes. Conveying a story or theme in such a limited time is a serious art form. A noon reception on November 23, at the Hilton Gdn Inn, will give you a chance to meet and greet Tamas Gabeli.

Hungarian Congress, Ball on Saturday @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland
Nov 23 @ 10:00 am – Nov 25 @ 1:30 am

Programs at the Hungarian Congress are given primarily in Hungarian, but there are also English language presentations, specifically: HU Art Deco -a Unique Language Form, Current Challenges and Opportunities in HU-American relations, A Century of Conflict: Communism vs. Civilization, HU-US Energy Relations (tickets required). The BuSHO film festival presentations are bilingual, as well as the Hungarian Magyar Ball (tickets required).
see the web site for the newest updated program and presenter information:


Hungarian Congress Hungaricum Exhibits @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland
Nov 23 @ 2:00 pm – Nov 24 @ 7:00 pm

Exhibits featuring vintage Hungarian oil paintings, folk art pottery, embroidery and woven materials, hand crafted dolls, art exhibits, book sales and Hungaricum baskets with a taste of Hungary.

A Century of Conflict: Communism vs Civlization @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland
Nov 24 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

As part of the Hungarian Congress the Hungarian Association presents key note luncheon speaker Mr. Marion Smith, Executive Director of Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. As Executive Director, he provides strategic leadership for VOC and spearheads its educational initiatives. He is also the founding president of the Common Sense Society, an international foundation that promotes civic engagement, entrepreneurship, and leadership virtues among young professionals in the United States and Europe.
Order tickets for this event at

Hungarian Ball and Gala Banquet @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland
Nov 24 @ 6:30 pm – Nov 25 @ 1:30 am

Black tie, gala dinner and debutante ball, carrying on the customs and traditions rooted in Hungarian culture. The formal court opening dance will be presented by the Cleveland Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble. Followed by dinner, a greeting from the Hungarian Ambassador Dr. László Szabó, the presentation of the debutantes and dancing to the music of Walt Mahovlich & Harmonia.
Pre-reservations are required. Tickets can be purchased on-line at



Chicken Paprikas Dinner @ West Side Hungarian Reformed Church
Dec 1 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
St. Nicholas luncheon @ West Side Hungarian Evangelical Lutheran Church
Dec 2 all-day



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