Organizations & Communities

10 Thousand Steps A Hungarian Bookstore

The 10 Thousand Steps Hungarian Bookstore is  a place with all different types of creative happenings going on in Hungarian and English language. It hosts many events and workshops featuring Apple Village Arts After School program, movement culture, music & drawing workshop, creative writing, literature, film-theater, critical thinking and history discussions,…

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American Hungarian Education Forum

The American Hungarian Education Forum is a conciliatory body for Hungarian schools across the United Stated to share their experiences and to work together on the fields of education, psichology, teaching methods, etc. It organises az annual conference for it’s members that takes place at the Consulate General of Hungary in…

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American Hungarian Library and Historical Society

Founded in 1955, the American Hungarian Library and Historical Society is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit membership organization located on the premises of the Hungarian House, in Yorkville, the traditional Hungarian neighborhood of New York. The Library is the hub of literary, cultural and social life for the Tri-State Hungarian-American community,…

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Arany János Hungarian School, New York

The Arany János Hungarian School is an open, ideologically and politically neutral, non-profit educational institution. The School operates every Saturday from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. Ages 0-3 Bóbita Hungarian Mommy-and-Me Play Group A bi-weekly 50-minute-long program for children under 3 and their caregivers. A group for the youngest aiming to develop Hungarian…

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Balassi Institute Hungarian Cultural Center, New York

Balassi Institute is a network of cultural matchmakers, Hungarian centers of culture in 23 countries and all seeking to link up artists, academics, arts and culture professionals and audiences in processes of exchange and bridgebuilding between societies. It is an agency overseen by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs but enjoying substantial autonomy…

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Délibáb Hungarian Folk Dance Ensemble

Délibáb Hungarian Folk Dance Ensemble holds alive the folk dances of Carpathian Basin by teaching them to it’s members on a regular basis, by organising folk dance houses, where everybody can dance spontaneously on his/her own for live music, and occasionaly by representing Hungarian folk dances on stage and by…

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First Hungarian Baptist Church

The First Hungarian Baptist Church is located in Manhattan, on the 80th street. Worship services: Sunday morning: 10:00 A.M. :Prayer Meeting Sunday morning: 10:00 A.M.: Sunday School for Children Sunday morning: 10:45 A.M.: Worship Service Sunday morning: After Worship Service:Choir Practice Sunday afternoon: 5:00 P.M.: Youth Program and Service Wednesday evening:…

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The First Hungarian Literary Society

The First Hungarian Literary Society was established in the winter of 1887 in New York. The FHLS is committed to reanimating the cultural and social life of our community through the sharing, practice and celebration of Hungarian history and traditions, arts and culture – in short, our heritage. http://www.clubonkepzo.com

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First Hungarian Reformed Church of New York City

There is a service at the First Hungarian Reformed Church of New York City on every Sunday at 11 am. The very first Hungarian service of calvinist Hungarians was held in New York City in 1852. Some decades later a congregation was formed and it held it’s first service in…

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Hungarian Human Rights Foundation

Since 1976, the Hungarian Human Rights Foundation (HHRF), initially Committee for Human Rights in Rumania, has monitored the human rights conditions of 2.5 million ethnic Hungarians who live as minorities in Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia and Ukraine, who collectively comprise the largest national minority in Central Europe. HHRF is…

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