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Minnesota Hungarians - Upcoming Events in April

Poetry Night--April 11, 2013 7pm--9 pm at Common Good Books

April 27.--Kids Club/Bobita at St. Anthony Community Center

May 1-9.--Euro-American Celebration

Several Locations

May 2-5.--Festival of Nations, Riverfront Centre, St. Paul

May 5.--Hungarian Story Time at Red Balloon Bookstore

May 18.--Kids Club/Bobita at St. Anthony Community Center

May 24-27.--Linder's Fundraising at Linder's Garden Center/Flower Marts

Peter Joseph Gloviczki's first full-length collection is Kicking Gravity (Salmon Poetry, 2013). He recently
completed his PhD in mass communication at the
University of Minnesota. Gloviczki's poems have appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, Hayden's Ferry Review, New Orleans Review, 32 Poems, and elsewhere.

Location: Common Good Books, 38 S. Snelling Ave,
St. Paul, MN


International Film Festival--April 11-28, 2013
Hungarian Movies:
The Tragedy of Man (language Hungarian)
Showtime 1: Tue, 04/16/2013 - 6:15pm
Showtime 2: Fri, 04/19/2013 - 12:40pm

The Door (language English; actresses Helen Mirren & Martina Gedeck)
Showtime 1: Fri, 04/12/2013 - 9:20pm
Showtime 2: Sun, 04/14/2013 - 7:15pm

Location: St. Anthony Main Theater
(115 SE Main St., Minneapolis, MN 55414)

Kids Club/Bobita--April 27, Come and join the fun!
St. Anthony Community Center (3301 Silver Lake Rd.,
St. Anthony, MN 55418) Time: 3:30 pm--6 pm

Hungarian Birthright Program, a unique cultural immersion experience Proud of your Hungarian heritage and want to experience it in a meaningful, unique and fresh way? Explore your heritage and discover the Hungary of today... and connect to other young Americans and Hungarians!

Summer 2013

Join other young Americans for a fun-filled and eye-opening experience of our vulture, traditions and history while exploring the country. See first-hand the trends, innovations and ingenuity driving Hungary today.

Smithsonian Folklife Festival--Hungarian Heritage
The Hungarian Heritage: Roots to Revival program at the 2013 Smithsonian Folklife Festival will highlight the vitality of Hungary's cultural heritage. It will bring to the National Mall in Washington highly skilled masters and apprentices from rural Central Europe who maintain the traditional knowledge acquired in their native environments. The Festival program will also bring musicians, dancers, and artisans from more urban settings who have revived many of these older traditions to make them part of their daily lives.

June 26-30, 2013 and July 3-7, 213

The Festival is held outdoors on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.,
between the Smithsonian museums. There is no admission charge.

The Minnesota Hungarians welcomes all Hungarian-Americans and friends to become active members of our community.

Address: Minnesota Hungarians, 11705 Live Oak Drive, Minnetonka, MN 55305

2013 membership fees are as follow:
Family - $30, Family with Kids Club membership--$60,
Individual - $20, Retired- $15, Student- $10
Your membership fees and donations are tax deductible. Your membership is important to us.

For more information, for program details, for news and more stories visit our website regularly: www.minnesotahungarians.com

Contact us: minnesotahungarians@gmail.com