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Fundraising Gala & Tokaji Wine Dinner for the Hungarian House

Dear Friends and Supporters of the Hungarian House,

On behalf of the Owners and the Director of the Hungarian House we cordially invite you and your family to attend our next exciting event:

FUNDRAISING GALA & TOKAJI WINE DINNER FOR THE HUNGARIAN HOUSE

Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 7 PM

Hungarian House, 213 East 82nd Street, New York, NY 10028

Requested donation: $100/person

 

Four-course dinner prepared by the master chef of the Hungarian Consulate General, András Hernádi.

Wine tasting with three expert wine-makers from the world-famous Tokaj region of Hungary:

Attila Homonna from Barta CellarsMiklós Prácser from Erzsébet Family Cellars, and Natalia Demko from Holdvölgy Cellars.

Music by: Nikolett Pankovits & László Fornwald

 During the evening: wine tasting, wine fair, two exhibit openings

 Vintage Hungarian Prints 1928 & 1932 Self Portraits and Landscapes

Featured artists:��Vilmos Aba Novak, Jeno Barcsay, Istvan Csoka, Elemer F. Antal, Tibor Galle, Gyula Hincz, Kalman Istokovics, Zoltan Kaveczky, Pal Mihaltz, Imre Nagy, Karoly Patko, Jeno Simkovics Tarjani, Istvan Szonyi, Nandor Lajos Varga

Opening remarks by: Frank Csoka, Art Historian, Curator for the exhibit

Hungarian Traditional Craftsmanship

Masterpieces from the Association of Hungarian Folk Artists in cooperation with the Hungarian Heritage House

Opening remarks by: Gabriella Igyártó, Managing Director of the Association of Hungarian Folk Artists

 

The event's Honorary Patron is Dr. János Áder, President of the Republic of Hungary.

The most important goal for our Fundraiser is to assure the much needed funds to maintain the House, continue our cultural programming, and undertake further renovations.  We need to completely resurface the roof to avoid further deterioration, and repair the floor of the Main Hall.

You might be surprised that only the Hungarian House’s annual overhead costs are about 40-50 thousand dollars, which we have to collect through entrance and rental fees and donations. Even the smallest contribution will make a difference.

Please visit our fundraising website in order to read more about our activities and make your donation online here:

hungarianhousenyc.com

 


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