Events Calendar

Nov
20
Wed
“Calvary Cemetery – Cleveland’s Other Landmark” @ Mayfield Library
Nov 20 @ 7:00 pm

Cleveland Hungarian Genealogy Society meeting and lecture entitled “Calvary Cemetery – Cleveland’s Other Landmark” will include slideshow and revealing some Hungarian residence of the Cemetery, beginning at 7 pm at the Mayfield Library, 500 SOM Center R., Mayfield Village. For information call Diane at 216-382-3623.

Cleveland’s other landmark cemetery @ Mayfield Rd. Library
Nov 20 @ 7:00 pm

Diana Rogers will explore the history and provide a tour of this beautiful Cleveland landmark. She will also introduce you to many of the famous people buried there, including some notable Hungarians & Slovaks.

Nov
29
Fri
Hungarian Consular Days @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland
Nov 29 – Nov 30 all-day

The Consulate General of Hungary will hold an outgoing consular day in Cleveland from 29 to 30 November. Location: Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown. Given the need for accurate and prior consultation in order to ensure smooth administration, it is necessary to coordinate directly with the Delegation at, no later than 12 pm on Wednesday 20 November. Matters dealt with during an outgoing consular day: simplified naturalization, proof of Hungarian citizenship, registration, passport, identity card (only after prior agreement), authentication, address registration matters.

Hungarian Association Congress and Ball – Magyar Találkozó @ Cleveland Hilton Garden Inn
Nov 29 @ 8:30 am – Dec 1 @ 1:30 am

The 59th Hungarian Congress and Ball offers a rich assortment of events, programs and lectures in both English and Hungarian. See the website https://www.HungarianAssociation.com for details on free and special event prices (luncheon, Hungarian Ball).

The LIX. 59th Hungarian Congress

We invite you to come and be part of the 59th Hungarian Congress, which will be held on November 29-30, 2019 in Cleveland, at the Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown 1100 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115. This year’s theme deals with the impact of Trianon peace treaty. We would like to emphasize the importance of national cohesion, Hungary’s and Hungarian minorities current situation and the future of our nation. We will celebrate the strength of the Hungarian people, which the resurrection of the country exhibited after the Trianon treaty. Hungary lost two-thirds of its territory, still survived, is striving and continues their thousand-year history in the Carpathian Basin. In celebrating our Hungarian heritage, we are planning cultural events and professional lectures during this two day event. We are planning to present traditional Hungarian food samples, screen Hungarian films, have a children’s artwork program, and organize the traditional ball and gala dinner. We ask all girls wishing to be debutantes to email us at magyar.tarsasag@gmail.com

Az LIX. (59.) Magyar Kongresszus

Szeretettel meghívjuk, jöjjön el, legyen része a már 59. Magyar Találkozónak, amelyet 2019. november 29-30-án rendezünk Clevelandban a Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown 1100 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115.

Ez évi témánk foglalkozik a Trianoni béke kihatásával, de szeretnénk hangsúlyozni a nemzeti összetartozás fontosságát, a jelenlegi helyzetet és a nemzet jövőjét. Ünnepelni szeretnénk a magyar népünkre jellemző erőt, amelyet az ország Trianon után tanúsított. Területének két harmadát elvesztette és mégis fennmaradtunk és folytatjuk ezeréves történelmüket a Kárpát Medencében. Ünnepelve magyar örökségünket, a két nap alatt tervezünk kulturális és szakmai előadásokat, kitérünk a magyar étel különlegességeire, magyar filmet vetítünk, gyermek magyarkézműves programot szervezünk, és a már hagyományossá vált bált és diszvacsorát megrendezzük.

The LIX. 59th Hungarian Congress @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland
Nov 29 @ 10:00 am – Dec 1 @ 1:30 am

The 59th Hungarian Congress and Ball offers a rich assortment of events, programs and lectures in both English and Hungarian. See the website https://www.HungarianAssociation.com for details on free and special event prices (luncheon, Hungarian Ball).

The LIX. 59th Hungarian Congress

We invite you to come and be part of the 59th Hungarian Congress, which will be held on November 29-30, 2019 in Cleveland, at the Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown 1100 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115. This year’s theme deals with the impact of Trianon peace treaty. We would like to emphasize the importance of national cohesion, Hungary’s and Hungarian minorities current situation and the future of our nation. We will celebrate the strength of the Hungarian people, which the resurrection of the country exhibited after the Trianon treaty. Hungary lost two-thirds of its territory, still survived, is striving and continues their thousand-year history in the Carpathian Basin. In celebrating our Hungarian heritage, we are planning cultural events and professional lectures during this two day event. We are planning to present traditional Hungarian food samples, screen Hungarian films, have a children’s artwork program, and organize the traditional ball and gala dinner.

This year our guest are Zsolt Németh, President, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly, also lecturer: László Szentesi Zöldi, currently a senior member of the Hungarian Democratic. See our detailed program on our website www.hungarianassociation.com or on facebook under the Hungarian Society.


 

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You are cordially invited to the Luncheon and Keynote Address of the 2019 Hungarian Congress.

Saturday afternoon November 30, 2019, 12:15-2:30 pm
Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown, Carnegie Ballroom
1100 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115

Keynote speaker Mr. Zsolt Németh: Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly

(Presentation will be in Hungarian): „Különös házasság – a magyar külpolitika és nemzetpolitika 30 éve” [English equivalent:  “Unusual marriage – 30 years of Hungarian foreign and national politics”;  translations upon request)

Tickets must be purchased in advance by or before November 23 ($30) https://www.hungarianassociation.com/fizetesi-lehetoseg/

or see attached order form.

Luncheon and Keynote address with presenter’s biography (4 pages) and also the reply form is attached.

Parking behind the building at the conference rate:  5 dollárs.

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Arts and Literary Evening @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown
Nov 29 @ 7:00 pm

LITERATURE AND ART

 The Hungarian Society, in keeping with its tradition of more than half a century, will continue this year to celebrate its great tradition – the Arts & Literary Evening.

We cordially invite you and your dear family and friends to this Literary and Artistic Event of the 59th Hungarian Congress, which will take place on Saturday, November 29th from 7pm. The event will be preceded by a reception from 6:30.

The evening will be a rich, varied experience for everyone with the theme “Being Hungarian is a matter of pride for me.”

As an introduction to the program, the guest students will present a beautiful compilation of Hungarian poems.

This year’s actors are DÓRA JANCSÓ (National Theater of Miskolc) and GÁBOR JENEI (Hungarian State Opera House, Madách Theater). Their program includes outstanding songs of Hungarian song, patriotic songs, pop music, operetta and opera genres.

The presenter of the evening is ZSOLT DÖMÖTÖRFFY (Cleveland, OH).

A detailed program of the event can be found in the on-site program guide. You can find more information about the artists on our website or on Facebook.

Nov
30
Sat
Lekture by Hungarian MP Zsolt Németh: “A special marriage – 30 years of Hungarian Foregin and National Policy” @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown
Nov 30 @ 12:15 pm

Lecture by Hungarian MP Zsolt Németh: “A SPECIAL MARRIAGE – 30 YEARS OF HUNGARIAN FOREGIN and NATIONAL POLICY”

Saturday, November 30, 2019 From 12:15 pm, the Hungarian Association invites you and your family and friends to the 59th Hungarian Congress for Luncheon.

HONORARY GUEST and SPEAKER of the congress – ZSOLT NÉMETH, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian National Assembly.

Presentation by Mr. Németh: “A SPECIAL MARRIAGE – 30 YEARS OF HUNGARIAN FOREGIN and NATIONAL POLICY” (lecture will be in Hungarian).

The speaker focuses on the interconnection and special relationship of national and foreign policy, highlighting the special role of national politics for Hungarians living abroad, and including the national coherence of the Hungarians living abroad and of the Hungarian community in the diaspora, and the relations between general foreign policy and multilateral diplomacy which influence the situation of Hungarians living abroad, which, through its triple composition, has resulted in a specific sectoral policy.

Zsolt Attila Németh (Budapest): Hungarian economist, politician. Since 2014, he has been chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly and deputy leader of the parliamentary group of the FIDESZ – Hungarian Civic Alliance. Since 2016, Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Chairman of the Hungarian-US Section of the Interparliamentary Union, member of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.

Tickets are only available in advance, more information can be found on the website of the Hungarian Association and on their Facebook page, as well as at the phone number above!

59th Hungarian Ball with Gala Banquet @ Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown
Nov 30 @ 7:00 pm

59th HUNGARIAN BALL WITH GALA BANQUET 

The HUNGARIAN ASSOCIATION and the ÁRPÁD ACADEMY cordially invite you and your family and friends to the 59th HUNGARIAN BALL WITH GALA BANQUET, which will be held on Saturday, November 30, 2019.

DINNER – 6:30 p.m. Arrival, table reservation, cocktail hour, 7:00 p.m. American and Hungarian Anthem / Prayer, Greetings / Dr. János Nádas, President

AFTER THE GALA DINNER – 8:30 pm – Presentation and award of the winners of the Árpád Gold Medals and the Árpád Association Medals awarded by the Hungarian Congress Jury, and the announcement of the results of the Dr. Ladányi Imre Foundation Art Competition.

OPENING OF THE HUNGARIAN BALL – 8:45 p.m – Presentation of our 2019 debutantes.

Ball dance music is provided by Walt Mahovlich and the Cleveland Band Harmonia. During the evening, there will also be a 19th century court dance presented by the “Cleveland Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble.”

As part of our old traditions, we ask that anyone who can do so appear in „díszmagyar” or in Hungarian formal attire, to preserve our tradition and culture.

Tickets are only available in advance, so there are no ticket sales at the door; only guests over the age of 16 may participate in the ball.

Dec
8
Sun
Santa Claus Lunch @ West Side Hungarian Evangelical Lutheran Church
Dec 8 @ 11:30 am

When you spend time with God in prayer and reading the Word, He strengthens you, gives you backyour peace and calm. This is the best therapy and the best protection at the same time! (Today’s Word)

On December 8nd, there will be a Santa Claus Lunch. Our children are waiting for the chance to meetSanta   Claus.   The menu   will   be   soup,   hurka,   cookies,   coffee..Donation  for   adults   is   $15,   free   forchildren!  Please sign up for this at the church office at 216 (213-8414) by November 30th.

Dec
10
Tue
HCC of NEO Cabbage Roll Fund Raiser @ St. John Parish
Dec 10 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Place your order for cabbage rolls by DECEMBER 4th, 2019 for the Hungarian Cultural Center of Northeast Ohio Fund Raiser. Pick up on December 10th at the St. John (Byzantine) 36125 Aurora Rd. Solon, Ohio 44139-384 between the hours of 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM.

 

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