We spent 8 nights in Hungary exploring! Here is a little sampling of what we did!
Get connected with Hungarian events that are happening all around the United States and beyond! If you have an event you would like us to add, please email the digital poster to [email protected] and we’ll get it posted!
Need time and motivation to focus on your family research project? Join us for our FREE Genealogy Jump Start Pre-Work Series. Believe it or not, dedicating even just 1 hour a week will result in progress. This part of the Genealogy Jump Start is free.
Since 2018, we have been hosting the Let’s Cook Hungarian Challenge. The main goal of this program is to get you into your kitchen and encourage you to make some delicious Hungarian foods and desserts so they are a regular part of your rotation for celebrations and special events.
We get it! Learning Hungarian is hard work, especially for an adult! But, if you want to get more out of your genealogy research, more out of your travels to Hungary, communicate better with your relatives in Hungary, or be able to understand some of those old letters, written in Hungarian,
With Mikulás Nap right around the corner and the importance of planning ahead for holiday baking, we want to encourage you to be thinking about how you share your Hungarian heritage during December. Food is often present at holiday gatherings and sharing family recipes is a natural way to pass on some wonderful Hungarian tastes.
The Cockade is a symbol of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. Red white and green cockades are available all over Hungary as the time nears for this commemoration, which is March 15th every year.
We offer a variety of books, foods, and gifts for all ages with a unique focus on Hungarian heritage.