Hungarian Folk Dancing
March 15, 2020

I grew up in Youngstown, Ohio and was a part of a Hungarian dance group at St. Stephen’s of Hungary church in Struthers, Ohio. Ruth Fabian was our instructor and she had the patience of a saint!  I was a youngster during that time but I always looked up to the older girls as they were always dressed in the fancier clothes and thought of the day I might “graduate” and do the wine bottle dance!

Did you participate in a Hungarian dance group as a child or an adult?

Here are a few Hungarian dance videos for you to enjoy!

Duquesne University Tamburitzans

Cleveland Hungarian Scouts Folk Ensemble Csárdás Dance

Hungarian Men’s Traditional Dance

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