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Northwest Kodaly Educators

Northwest Kodaly Educators provides workshops, support, and cameraderie for Puget Sound residents who support this approach.

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Northern California Association of Kodály Educators

News an events, Workshops, Employment Opportunities, NCAKE Newsletters, Directory of Northern California Kodály Teachers, Directory of Kodály Workshop Providers, Holy Names University's Kodály info and folk song data base online, Kodály: An Administrators Guide: a powerpoint presentation by Kathy Kuddes to educate administrators and parents about Kodály music education.

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Kodály Association of Southern California

The Kodály Association of Southern California (KASC) was established in 1980 by Katinka Scipiades Daniel. Mrs. Daniel, who is a charter member of the International Kodály Society, developed the curriculum of the Kodály Method for the United States, which was personally approved by Jenö Adám and Zoltán Kodály. With 97 members and growing, KASC is one of the largest OAKE chapters in the country.

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Arizona Kodály Teachers Society

Arizona Kodály Teachers Society is a professional organization of music educators dedicated to a philodopy of music education inspired by Hungarian composer and educator Zoltán Kodály. The Association was established to foster a sporit of fellowship among Arizona music teachers, provide a meeting ground for an axchange of ideas and materials, serve as a resource center for opportunities in Kodály training.

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Kodály Educators of Texas

The objectives of the Kodály Educators of Texas are as follows: To further music education through the use of the concepts set forth by Zoltan Kodály, To provide a forum for exchange of ideas on the impact of the Kodály concept on American education and to perpetuate the spirit of co-operation among all Kodály educators, and To apply the Kodály concept to the multi-ethnic, multi-cultural heritage of Texas, being mindful of Kodály's vision that "music belongs to everyone."

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Tri-City Kodály Educators

"If we want to understand other nations, we first must understand ourselves. There is no better means for this than folk music. Getting acquainted with the folk songs of other countries is the best way to get acquainted with other peoples. [...] on this foundation can be built a musical culture which is national but which also opens the soul to the great works of all peoples." Zoltan Kodály

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Southeastern Michigan Kodaly Educators

Southeastern Michigan Kodaly Educators is a local chapter of the Organization of American Kodaly Educators, sharing ideas and lessons inspired by the Hungarian educator, composer, and philosopher, Zoltan Kodaly. SEMKE offers workshops for music educators at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan.

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North Coast Kodály Association

NOCKA is an organization that provides professional development workshops for music educators. With four workshops each year, we are dedicated to allowing teachers to participate in clinics of varying subject matter, all that are supportive of the Kodaly teaching philisophy. NOCKA is an affiliate of OAKE, the Organization of American Kodaly Educators.

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Kodály Music Educators of Kansas

Kodály Music Educators of Kansas was founded in 2004. KMEK IS very happy to share the wonderful ideas of the Kodály Concept of Music Education with music educators in the state of Kansas. Kodály’s music education ideas work well with and reinforce many other well-known approaches such as Orff and Dalcroze.

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Kodály Chapter of Minnesota

President's message, Events, KCM Board, Advocacy, Links.

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Indiana Kodály Educators

IKE sponsors Kodály-inspired professional development workshops every year for music teachers and related professionals. These workshops are designed to locally augment the annual OAKE national conference sessions and the numerous Kodály certification prorams further promoting the Kodály concept in North America.

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Central Missouri Kodaly Educators

Founded in 1999, Central Missouri Kodaly Educators (CMKE) is a chapter of the Organization of American Kodaly Educators (OAKE) begun at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri. CMKE provides motivational and educational support to music educators in Missouri.

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Chicago Area Kodály Educators

The mission of the Organization of American Kodály Educators is to enrich the quality of life of the people of the U.S.A. through music education by promoting the philosophy of Zoltán Kodály.

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Association of Wisconsin Area Kodály Educators

Association of Wisconsin Areas Kodály Educators (AWAKE) is comprised of people who are interested in Kodály-inspired music education.

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Virginia Organization of Kodály Educators

Virginia Organization of Kodály Educators provides support, workshops, and discussion for Virginia residents who support the Kodály philsophy of music education.

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Kodály Organization of New York

The Kodály Organization of New York enjoys twenty years of leadership in music education. KONY provides a forum for music teachers who wish to teach according to the Kodály concept. Every year KONY presents three workshops featuring top musicians from around the world and a well-received choral festival involving choruses from the tri-state area.

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Kodály New Jersey

Kodály New Jersey is a group of music educators who strive together to nurture their individual musicianship, knowledge, and skills. KNJ seeks to inspire and encourage music teachers of all abilities and backgrounds through workshops, sharing sessions, and contact with colleagues throughout the state of New Jersey.

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Kodály Educators of Southern New England

KESNE sponsors Kodály-inspired professional development workshops every year for music educators and related professionals. These workshops are designed to locally augment the annual OAKE National Conference sessions and the numerous OAKE endorsed Kodály Certification Programs while further promoting the Kodály concept of music education in America.

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Kodály Educators of Eastern Pennsylvania

The majority of members come from the central Pennsylvania region. However, membership extends to the east to include members from the greater Philadelphia area, and north to include members from the Lewisburg area. Members are music teachers in public and private schools, college level instructors, private instrumental and vocal teachers, church musicians and college music students.

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Boston Area Kodály Educators

BAKE serves New England music teachers in professional development workshops "Kodàly Inspired Music Education."

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Kodály Society Nova Scotia

KSNS is an organization of Nova Scotia music educators established in 1991. KSNS is a provincial branch of the Kodály Society of Canada. Aims and Objectives: To foster development of curriculum and methods for Canadian musical pedagogy based on the authentic Kodály concept, to promote a professional development through workshops and conferences for music educators.

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Alberta Kodály Association

The Alberta Kodály Association (AKA) was started by Alberta music educators who follow the teachings of Hungarian composer and music educator; Zoltán Kodály. The AKA provides professional development support and training for music teachers.

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do.re.mi - The Kodály Way

Music for children, music for life.

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Béla Bartók Centre for Musicianship

The BBCM was established in 1992. Professional, amateur and children's classes focus on comprehensive music education including the Kodály system and the Sáry system, history, analysis and performance skills. Emphasis is placed on those aspects of aural and history studies which are not covered elsewhere. The curriculum and concerts include folk-songs of many nations as well as European art music from the past 1000 years or so. Instrumental playing is an optional but integrated part of the classes. . Musical literacy at its ultimate is a high priority: the sight of a musical score (however complex) translates into full sound in the mind without the aid of any instrument; the sound in the mind can be transferred to paper without mechanical help. The BBCM provides regular weekly classes for young children from age 2 as well as for highly trained professional musicians.

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Organization of American Kodály Educators

The mission of the Organization of American Kodály Educators is to enrich the quality of life of the people of the U.S.A. through music education by promoting the philosophy of Zoltán Kodály. The Organization of American Kodály Educators was founded in 1973. Its purpose is to promote Kodály's concept of "Music for Everyone" through the improvement of music education in schools.

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Kodály Society of Canada

The Kodály Society of Canada is a non-profit, professional organization dedicated to fostering the growth of music education in Canada through the development of curriculum and methods, (in English and French), promoting research testing, and supporting Canada-Hungary cultural exchanges for the advancement of quality music education for children in Canada.

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Kodály Music Education Institute of Australia

KMEIA is a community of music educators who are inspired by the educational and aesthetic philosophies of the Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodaly. Members seek to adapt his ideas to create programs of excellence for Australian children. As a professional association, KMEIA upholds the highest standards of music education through supporting and resourcing Australian music teachers.

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Kodály Center of America

The Kodály Musical Training Institute (KMTI) was established in September 1969 through a $184,000 Ford Foundation grant, in Wellesley, Massachusetts, as the result of Denise Bacon's 1967-68 year of study in Hungary. As a teacher training institution attempting to adapt the Kodály concept of music education to American culture, its main areas of interest were research into American folk music, the development of curriculum and model schools, and the training of master teachers. The Kodály Center of America (KCA) was established in April 1977 by Denise Bacon, at first in Wellesley, MA, and later in Newton and Providence. Its purposes were essentially the same as those of KMT.

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The British Kodály Academy

The British Kodály Academy is a registered charity working for the improvement of music education in the UK, and has been running training courses since 1983. The BKA currently runs an annual programme of courses and activities for people wanting to develop their own musical skills, or to teach music to others, using principles advocated by Zoltán Kodály. The BKA aims to further and disseminate the philosophy and practice of music education initiated by the work of Zoltán Kodály in Hungary; to relate this philosophy and practice to British musical heritage; to work for the improvement of British music education by means of courses, demonstrations, publications and cooperation with other like-minded bodies.

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Hungarian Language School - London

The Hungarian Language School in London offers lessons for children and adults in a convenient central London location. At present, the school has separate groups for children and adult learners. Each group is supported by qualified high school language teachers, who are able to teach Hungarian and English (as well as other languages in some cases). One of the greatest merits of our school is that children are taught free of charge. Adults are asked to contribute a small (voluntary) amount towards the school's expenses.

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Hungarian Cultural Centre - London

The HCC is associated with the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Hungary. The mission of the Institute is to familiarise the British people and the rest of the world with all the treasures that were spread to Europe by the Hungarians, as well as to highlight the values that Hungary owes to foreign cultures, and in this way emphasising Hungary’s forever lasting bridging role in terms of intercultural communication.

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British Hungarian Society

The British Hungarian Society was founded in 1990 at a time when Hungary was embracing democracy and a new freedom in contact with the West. It aims to bring together all, British and Hungarian alike, who are interested in Hungary and in further development of British-Hungarian relations. The Society aims to hold six to eight meetings a year to discuss political, economic, educational and social issues. The Society normally holds its meetings in Central London on weekday evenings.

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Project Retour

Project Retour is a non-profit, privately-founded grassroots initiative, or NGO, which has as its mission to aid returning young Hungarian citizens in the present difficult employment situation in Hungary by establishing networking and community building through the media as well as through direct lobbying efforts with governmental agencies. The young Hungarians in question are those who are returning from so-called brain drain countries, who because they have lived abroad for a number of years are now lacking adequate networks, many lack housing, and due to the high level of current unemployment in Hungary among the highly educated, they have been unable to obtain employment.

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Oxford Hungarian Society

The Oxford Hungarian Society exists for all those interested in Hungarian matters.

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maLux - Hungarian Food and Wine Importer

Hungarian paprika powder, Red and white wines, Hungarian salamis and meat products. Csaba dry and thick sausages, various sliced sausages, 'Vidoni' Salami from Debrecen, etc.

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World Hungarian Jewish Observer

The official news portal of the World Federation of Hungarian Jews. The Mission Statement of the World Federation of Hungarian Jews: To help and support the subsistence of the Hungarian Jewish Heritage all over the word. To establish mutual understanding and to develop the mutual beneficial and fruitful relationship among the Hungarian Jews living in Hungary, in Israel, and around the world. To represent the worldwide interests of the Hungarian Jews.

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Hungarian Consulate General - New Zealand

Consulate-General of the Republic of Hungary in New Zealand. Consular Services: Hungary's consular representatives in New Zealand, New Zealand representatives for Hungary, Visa Requirements, Passport Information. Hungarians in New Zealand: Hungarian organisations in New Zealand, Magyar Millennium Park.

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fencePBT.com - Sport Fencing Equipment

PBT-Hungary has been manufacturing quality European fencing equipment for over 15 years. fencePBT.com, Inc. is the official U.S. dealer for PBT fencing equipment: Targets, Bags, Boutique, Body Cords, Coach Gear, Gift Certificates, Lames, Masks, Repair Items, Scoring Equipment, Shoes & Socks, Sizing Charts, Strips, Starter Kits, Uniforms, Weapons.

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Touché Fencing Club Charlotte - North Caroline

Touché Fencing Club is dedicated to providing fencing to people of all ages and all athletic backgrounds. Activities: Group instruction, individual lessons, Warm up, footwork, fencing-related games, Blade work exercises, Free-fencing, Home, regional and Nationals level Tournaments.

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Balázs Barrels - Premium Hungarian Cooperage

Crafted exclusively of Quercus petraea from just north of Tokaj in the Zemplén forest of northeastern Hungary, Balázs Barrels are the products of tradition and modern innovation. Owner/Director and Master Cooper Balázs Nagy employs classic French techniques in his new facility in Botykapeterd where every step of the barrel making process is subject to his intense attention to detail.

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Hungarian Medical Association of America

The Hungarian Medical Association of America is a voluntary organization of physicians and scientists of Hungarian heritage formed to preserve, promote, and foster Hungarian medical traditions and ideals. The Association’s first major goal is to promote and disseminate knowledge of clinical medicine and basic medical sciences by annual scientific meetings, lectures, discussions, publications, and other means. The second major goal is to provide scholarships and exchange programs for advancing the medical education of qualified candidates from North America and Hungary. The third major goal is to encourage and assist in the establishment of professional interactions between individual North American and Hungarian physicians and scientists as well as between North American and Hungarian medical societies, universities, and institutions.

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lmntl Crafts Ethnic Needlework - California

lmntl crafts is a small San Francisco-based family business specializing in ethnic needlework supplies and gifts, with a current focus on traditional Hungarian folk art; working closely with regional folk artists to bring you authentic and unique products. Offerings include: Hungarian embroidery kits featuring authentic patterns designed by Hungarian folk artists, Handcrafted pottery, embroidered and handwoven textiles, and other unique items made by regional artisans.

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Hungarian Catholic Church Los Angeles - California

Saint Stephen’s Church: Announcements, Sunday Homily, Archives, Articles, Photos.

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Hungarian Student Association - University of Texas

The purpose of our organization is to provide easily accessible information about Hungarians in the Austin area, and help new students and others coming from Hungary to adjust to the life at the University and in Central Texas, as well as to keep contact with the greater Hungarian community in Austin. With this homepage we offer a place and a reference point to everyone in the university community and in Austin to learn more about HUSA and about Hungary: the country, its culture and its people.

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United German Hungarian Club - Philadelphia

In 1922, the Banater Athletic Club organized. Even in the early years, soccer teams made great strides. In 1939 after a failed merger of all of the German Hungarian clubs, the Club's membership decided to change names to The United German Hungarians of Philadelphia and Vicinity. In 1946, a country property was acquired, and in 1965, the present clubhouse in Oakford, Bensalem Township, became the permanent home. Along with Soccer, dance has always been an important part of the Club's social life. Throughout the years those in charge have brought not only cultural and ethnic music and performers, but also popular entertainment to the Club. The youth of the Sport Club soon started to perform various German, Austrian and Hungarian dances.

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Hungarian Cultural Association of Indiana University

The Hungarian Cultural Association is a student-run organization at Indiana University. The HCA organizes programs and events for students of the Hungarian language and Hungarian Studies. The group is comprised of both Americans and Hungarians alike, and our membership includes undergraduates, grad students, and community members. Indiana University offers a graduate degree program in Hungarian Studies within the Department of Central Eurasian Studies(CEUS). The Russian and East European Institute(REEI) also provides credit for courses taken within CEUS. A few examples of the activities include: weekly "coffee hour" for Hungarian-language conversation, screening of Hungarian films, and guest lectures by notable Hungarian scholars. Additionally, the HCA sponsors receptions each semester in commemoration of the important historical events of Oct. 23rd and March 15th.

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San Francisco and Vicinity Hungarian Community Pages - California

Hungarian events calendar, Northern California Hungarian Name & Address List, Hungarian Churches and Organizations, Hungarian Lawyers, Law, Hungarian Doctors and Dentists, Hungarian (and other good) Restaurants; Meat and Groceries, etc.

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Hungarian American Association of Washington - Washington

The Hungarian American Association of Washington is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Hungarian heritage and to creating better understanding and appreciation of the Hungarian culture in the community. Founded in 1984, the Association serves people of Hungarian descent and those interested in Hungarian culture with educational and social events.

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Steven Istvan Tarjanyi - Entertainer

Steven has been an entertainer since the age of 18 and has over 40 years performing experience as a multi-ethnic singer and guitarist. He was born in Hungary. He graduated as a certified music teacher from a famous Hungarian music school. He is a one man band and his background sounds include guitar, bass, horn section, harmonica, drum, vocal and keyboard. There is a full four to six pieces of background sounds that can be downsized to one acoustic guitar and a vocal sound with electric drum percussion for a smaller event. Steven’s live performance and multi-ethnic collection includes virtually everything from the 40’s to the 90’s. Currently Steven Tarjanyi resides in the Phoenix Metro area.

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Thalia Studio Hungarian Theatre of Los Angeles - California

Thalia Studio Hungarian Theatre of Los Angeles, the only Hungarian theatre in the western hemisphere of the United States, and the only Hungarian theatre outside of the historical HUNGARY , existing continuously for more than 19 years, supported only by generous donations of the Hungarian community of Los Angeles, and kept alive by unselfish, sacrificing work by its members, and the need of the Hungarian community.

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United Magyar House Los Angeles - California

The United Magyar House is a non profit organization with the purpose of promoting and cultivating Hungarian language and culture. The establishment operating a Ball Room, Restaurant, and Bar; offering group activities for the Hungarian public at southern California area. Some of the activities includes various concerts, literature, art exhibits, and social events. But most of all it is a home to find friendship, to have fun, and celebrate the true Spirit of Hungary.

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Kaleidoscope - Hungarian-English Cultural Magazine

Hungarian-English Cultural Magazine - published bimonthly.

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Hungarian Society of Victoria

The Hungarian Society of Victoria was established in 1966 and has been very active since then. The goal of the Society is to nourish and foster the Hungarian language, culture and historical traditions, and to participate in community events with our fellow British Columbians such as the very popular Folkfest and Saanich Fair, held every year. The Society also assists newcomers of Hungarian origin to adjust to the Canadian and British Columbian way of life.

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First Hungarian Presbyterian Church in Toronto

The community has an efficient Women's Club, a Men's Club, a Confirmation Class; a Church Choir with high standards, a Sunday School, a Bible Study Group. Many participate in the fundraising efforts to rebuild "Reformed Schools and Churches" after the end of the communist rule in the disannexed lands of Hungary. Ecumenical services are held annually with other Hungarian churches in Toronto, as well as neighbouring congregations within the Presbytery.

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San Francisco and Vicinity Hungarian Reformed Church - California

The only Hungarian speaking Protestant Congregation in the San Francisco Bay Area. The community offers church services every Sunday, Hungarian Language School, Bible Study Class.

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First Hungarian Reformed Church of Los Angeles - California

Church, members, activity. Looking back, Sunday school, weekly schedule.

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Wonder-deer Hungarian Cultural Association - Karlsruhe

The goal of the association is the introduction and distribution of the Hungarian culture both in Hungarian and in German language by means of lectures, festivities, exhibitions and courses. Furthermore leisure time programs, such as excursions, travels and sport events will be realized in order to keep alive and pass over the language and culture. Our name was chosen from a mythic symbol of a Hun origin-legend taking place in the 7-8 century A.D. when the ancestors of Hungarians migrated from their early home (Magna Hungaria) in north-east Europe, on the slope of the Ural mountain, toward south.

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Bartok Bela Hungarian School of Boston - Massachusetts

The Bartok Bela Hungarian School of Boston — Boskola for short — was established in 2000. The school is made up of 65 students from 40 different families, with the students divided into eight groups with ten teachers according to their respective age groups and language skills (as of last school year). The school reaches children from ages three to eighteen. In 2003, an additional program was added: the Bodnar Gabor scout troop, which has become an excellent complement to the school's programs, and which aims primarily to improve students' knowledge and familiarity of Hungarian culture.

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JewishGen's Hungarian Special Interest Group

JewishGen's Hungarian Special Interest Group (H-SIG) is for those with Jewish roots in the area known as "Greater Hungary" or pre-Trianon Hungary and covers all those areas that were once predominantly Hungarian-speaking. This includes all of present-day Hungary and Slovakia and territory now within Romania, the Ukraine, Austria (including present-day Burgenland), Croatia, Bosnia, and Serbia.

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Kassai Horseback Archery School - Canada

The purposes of the Society are: To foster and encourage interest and participation in Horseback Archery. To encourage instruction, demonstrations, shows and competition on national and international level. The mission of the school is to promote Horseback Archery as a cultural heritage, a martial art and as a sport.

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Horseback Archery - New Zealand

As part of HAWA (Horseback Archery World Association)representing the Kassai school The New Zealand School of Horseback Archery is poised to be the first in the Southern Hemisphere. The ground training, the archery and riding exercises used in the sport are the same as in other countries. The examination and competition rules (set by the Kassai system) are strictly followed all over the world. Beginners are welcome to join the archery training, but you must have suitable equipment (traditional bow and arrows). Limited number of bows are avalable for hire.

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World Federation of Hungarian Veterans - Vancouver Chapter

The MHBK is the World Federation of Hungarian Veterans, or Magyar Harcosok Bajtársi Közössége. A strong Hungarian veteran’s movement existed in Hungary from shortly after the First World War until 1945. After W.W.II, the new communist government forbade such organizations, and consequently the nation’s veterans were left without any representation. In 1946 the MHBK was formed outside of Hungary to serve the many veterans who were forced to leave their homeland. There are several thousand MHBK members around the world, and now Vancouver’s 33 members are once again contributing to the promotion and preservation of Hungary’s military history. The Vancouver Chapter publishes the very popular bi-monthly newsletter ‘Magyar Front’ and has been an inspiration to other Hungarian enthusiasts around the world.

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World Federation of Hungarian Veterans

The World Federation of Hungarian Veterans is a worldwide charitable organization with chapters in Europe, North and South America and Australia. It was founded in 1947 by Hungarian veterans of the Second World War. The original aim of the organization was to promote patriotism, the establishment of a Christian Hungarian government; to struggle against the evils of communism, and to commemorate and keep alive the sacrifices of those who suffered and died in the fight for liberty and democratic ideals. Continuing these goals, and providing aid to those of its members who require moral and financial support, the Organization seeks to preserve and propagate Hungarian culture and heritage by its broad support of other Hungarian organization, youth groups, Hungarian cultural events and churches.

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Royal Hungarian Gendarmerie Veterans Association

The Hungarian Gendarmerie, known as the Csendőrség, was responsible for the public safety and the maintenance of law and order in rural Hungary from its formation in 1881 until its dissolution at the end of WWII. The Csendőrség was a small force of about 11,000 enlisted men and officers, which was increased to 22,000 during the course of the Second World War to meet the needs of the reclaimed territories and to help reinforce the heavy losses sustained by the regular army (Honvédség). Whether in peacetime or in wartime, the Csendőrs fulfilled their duties according to their motto, “Híven, Becsülettel, Vitézül” (faithfully, honorably, valiantly). The site offers information about the Royal Gendarmerie: pictures, documents, literature, references and links.

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Dallaszi Magyar Szó - Texas

Dallas - Ft.Worth Hungarian News. Events, organizations, Hungarian lessons, links, archives.

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California Hussars - California

Honoring horses & History: Why Hussars? About the regiment, upcoming events, weddings, fund raising, image gallery, membership info,

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Hungarian Association

The Hungarian Association is a cultural organization that exists to bring together Hungarians around the world to help perpetuate the Hungarian culture and language through educational events, programs and publications. The Hungarian Association sponsors an annual Hungarian Congress, supports the publication of the Chronicles of the Congress, brings together and recognizes the work of outstanding Hungarians in the Árpád Academy, and performs many other activities in pursuit of this mission.

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Kódex Advisory - International & Cultural Management

Kódex Advisory is a Netherlands-based, international and cultural management firm offering services to companies, entrepreneurs, non-profit organisaitons and individuals in the Netherlands and Hungary, but worldwide to establish, maintain and improve their business relationship in terms of effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability. Services: International Business Management, Culture & Art Management, Hungarian Language & Culture Courses, Consultancy for Tourism.

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Dutch Liszt Ferenc Chorus

Choral music from Central and Eastern Europe - interpreted at a high level. This is the ambitious objective of the Dutch Liszt Ferenc Chorus, a semi-professional chamber choir that bears Franz Liszt's name. His works are frequently performed by the Liszt Ferenc Chorus both in the Netherlands and abroad, including Hungary itself. Liszt's fellow-Hungarians, Zoltán Kodály, Béla Bartók and Géza Frid, are also in good hands with the choir.

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Hungarian Dance in the Netherlands

This homepage informs you about Hungarian dance and music in the Netherlands. It is meant for folkdancers and musicians, but also for listeners, spectators and people that organize concerts and dance-performances.

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Transylvania Reformed Assistance Committee

The Transylvania Reformed Assistance Committee was organized after the collapse of Communism, by members of various Reformed denominations in America with the purpose of helping the Reformed churches in Transylvania recover from the effects of Communism, and so encourage them to retain their historical commitment to the Scriptures as set forth in their creeds, the Heidelberg Catechism and the Second Helvetic Confession.

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Hungarian Reformed Christian Pastoral Service in Western Europe

There are almost 100.000 Hungarian reformed believers outside the Carpahian Basin linked together in over 80 congregations throughout 15 European coutries, dedicated to loving and serving the Lord our God and each other. The Christian network or framework organization - based on synod-presbytery principles and directed toward Hungarian Protestants, in general and Calvinists in peculiar, living outside the Carpathian Basin, in Western-, Central- and Northern-European Diaspora including the Baltic-Scandinavian region - has a primary aim to preach and offer church services in Hungarian. Called for the Hungarian Reformed Christian Pastoral Service in Western Europe (in Hungarian NyEMRLSz) is aiming to preserve and carry on with Hungarian Reformed traditions concerning spiritual values.

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DaytonHungarians.com Hungarian Events - Ohio

DaytonHungarians.com is a non-profit web site provided by the Dayton Hungarian Festival Club. Its purpose is to provide information about the large number of Hungarian social & cultural events in the Greater Dayton area, as well as links to regional and national organizations. To hold the Dayton Hungarian heritage together, a current way of communicating became important. Since the Dayton Hungarian Festival Club is representing all local organizations, and having resources available due to many of you working on the World A'Fair, it initially financed this "digital home" for the local Hungarian heritage.

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Old Troy Pike Community Church - Ohio

Old Troy Pike Community Church is affiliated with The Calvin Synod United Church of Christ in Dayton, Ohio. The Reverend Zsolt Otvos, M.Div. Interim Pastor welcomes you to our all American-Hungarian, family style, traditional, open to everyone Church Service.

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Montreal Hungarian United Church

History, gallery, news, events, newsletter, links.

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Transylvanian Reformed Church District

The history of the Reformed Church in Transylvania (a region of Romania) is closely connected with the history of the Reformed Church in Hungary. At an early date (1541-1550) the Reformation took roots in the Hungarian speaking population. Though various influences were at work, Reformed theology soon began to dominate. In 1559 the Synod of Marosvásárhely adopted the Reformed teaching on the Lord's Supper and in 1564 the Reformed and Lutheran churches separated. Therefore this year 1564 can be considered as the year of birth of the Church. The Reformed Church of Romania is organized in two districts - the Transylvanian District and the District of "Királyhágómellék". They have a common Synod for legislative purposes but independent administration.

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Association of Csángó Hungarians in Moldova

The term Csángó is applied to the ethnic group of Hungarians living in Moldavia, Romania. The Association of the Csango Hungarians of Moldova (MCSMSZ) was established in October of 1990 in the city of Sepsiszentgyögy/Sf. Gheorghe. According to the Protocol of the Establishment the goal of the Association is to "Protect the well- being and rights of the Csango Hungarian Community." Further, "The purpose of the of the Association to strengthen the identity and communion of its members and to assists in the preservation and development of the native language, culture, art and scientific endeavors." The site is also available in Romanian language.

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Olde World Bakery - Louisiana

Olde World Bakery is located on La. Hwy 1040 (Old Baton Rouge Hwy.), just off of La. Highway 43 in Hungarian Settlement. Owned and operated by Kathleen Mocsary Green and her husband Horace Green, this bake shop provides an interesting array of delicous baked goods. They specialize in Homemade Hungarian-style bread and pastries, but also serve some traditional goodies as well.

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Louis Bartus Hungarian Sausages and Pastries - Lousiana

Louis Bartus Hungarian Sausages and Pastries is located on Strawberry Lane, just off of La. Highway 43 in Hungarian Settlement. Louis makes two main types of sausage. One is a rice sausage called "hurka," which is similar to Cajun boudin. The other is a pork sausage called "kolbasz." Upon request, Louis will make kolbasz with half turkey. He also makes available a smoked version of kolbasz. Louis's wife, Pauline, makes Hungarian pastries, called "kifli" and "kalacs" when customers place orders for them.

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First Hungarian Baptist Church - Toronto

About the Church, programs, church rama, picture gallery, news, events.

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First Hungarian Baptist Church - New York

Mission Work, Worship Services, Audio Sermons, Bulletins, Links

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American Hungarian Baptist Church Alhambra - California

The majority of the members of the congregation were born in Hungarian soil: in Hungary, Transylvania, Southerland, and in the disunited northern territories. There are families, whose ancestors were Baptist believers back to four generations. One third of the brotherhood joined to the congregation as adults. There are brothers and sisters, who were born-again in America. Worship in Alhambra: The main part of the Baptist worship is the immersed Bible study. This happens in the Sunday schools. The morning service for the whole congregation starts with worship-songs, led by the youth band. Following this the pastor leads in the congregational prayer, the themes are written in the Hungarian devotional, forming small groups of three-four people. This helps to be in strong and continuous connection with the rest of the Hungarian congregations.

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Hungarian Film Club of Chicago - Illinois

Fun events with Hungarians: The goal of the Club is to create a constant and recurring atmosphere in Chicago and its vicinity where you can always partake in fun programs and events together with other Hungarians. The achieves this goal through film screenings and other events. Films are usually on Saturday at 7 pm at St. Stephen's Church, 2015 W. Augusta Blvd., Chicago. Other events vary, whatever the city and the surroundings offer – the Club has had ski trips, skating outings, and museum visits.

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Hungarian (Magyar) Club of Chicago - Illinois

The purpose of the Club is to unite men and women of Hungarian descent, to recognize achievements of individuals and groups, to promote Hungarian history and culture. Serve as a forum of discussion of questions of current importance, to foster good fellowship between club members for a continuing appreciation of the heritage of Hungary.

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Hungarian Baptist Church of Chicago - Illinois

Picture galleries, directions, schedule, staff, youth, links.

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Cserkészek Online - California

Official home page of the Hungarian scout troops 8 and 49. The members in these troops are Hungarian speaking youths from the greater Los Angeles area learning practical scouting skills and further our knowledge of our Hungarian heritage. All this is accomplished by attending meetings every other week, either in the form of various camping outings or gatherings in Los Angeles.

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Hungarian Club of Colorado - Colorado

Calendar: Upcoming and Past Events, Private Programs, Membership, Donations and Fundraising, History of the Club, Board of Directors, Gallery

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Calvin Synod Conference

The Hungarian Reformed Churches in the United States and Canada are formed into three church bodies: Calvin Synod Conference of the United Church of Christ, the Hungarian Reformed Church in America, and the United Church of Canada. Although, there are still some splinter independent congregations in existence. The Calvin Synod is a non-geographical conference in the United Church of Christ. The Synod is divided into regional Classis (Eastern, Central, Lakeside, and Western).

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St. Stephen's RC Magyar Church Passaic - New Jersey

Founding Pastor, Rev. Géza Messerschmidt wrote about a simple, yet vital formula in an August 1903 address to his parishioners: "Religion, homeland, and a Hungarian Roman Catholic church in the United States." These were the ingredients of an uncertain future, which were mixed to create certain success in an unknown, new world. This community has seen much in the last ten decades: nine pastors, countless baptisms, wedding days, the building of a new school, financial prosperity and the Great Depression, fires, funerals, two world wars, a revolution in Hungary, and thousands of parishioners of all ages who would call this parish their home. Yes, the small group of Hungarian immigrants, who came to this country in the late 1800’s for the chance at a better life, surpassed this dream hundredfold and built their church on a solid spiritual foundation, so strong that it endured its first 100 years.

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Hungarian Reformed Church Passaic - New Jersey

In the early l890s there were some 40-50 Hungarian Reformed and Evangelical families in the growing and prosperous industrial city of Passaic. There is no record of the organizing meeting but during the summer of 1895 a committee is established to organize the Passaic and area (mostly Garfield) Reformed Hungarians.

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Hungarian Cultural Center - New York

The mission of the Hungarian Culture Center is to organize and support a broad spectrum of cultural events that present Hungarian culture, and to catalyze interactions among Hungarians and Americans. Founded in 2001, the Center is located in SoHo at 447 Broadway. With 5000 sqft. of space the Center is primarily a venue for exhibitions, lectures, performances, concerts and screenings.

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Hungarian Society of Massachusets - Massachusets

The Hungarian Society of Massachusetts, Inc., is a community of individuals of Hungarian descent, and those with an interest in Hungarian culture who, without regard to political or religious affiliation, and in accordance with their talents, opportunities and interests, support the Society and take part in its activities. Hungarian immigrants have resided in New England since the 18th century. As recently as the turn of the 20th century, only a small number of Hungarians lived in Boston: emigration waves brought few settlers to this region.

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Hungarian Presbyterian Church of Wharton - New Jersey

While many in the congregation are proud of their Hungarian heritage, many others are equally proud of other ancestry, including recent Spanish speaking immigrants. This Church is firmly anchored in the Reformed (Református) faith. The congregation has been worshipping God for over 100 years. The worship include separate English and Hungarian language services, with occasional combined language services.

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Paprikásh Restaurant - Illinois

Chicago, October 17th, 1995: Paprikàsh Restaurant opened its doors to the dreams of two men with one vision. The vision was to see their families’ soul-warming traditional recipes, passed down through generations of Hungarians, shared with the world… or at least with the citizens of Chicagoland. Twelve years later, in Arlington Heights (close to the Arlington Park Racetrack and the Metra Station, at 602 W Northwest Highway) that vision is still alive, and as strong as the garlic in the langòs and the thickness of the Beef Goulash.

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The Epicurean Hungarian Restaurant - Illinois

The Epicurean Hungarian Restaurant brings hundreds of years of history and culinary perfection to Hillside, Il- Where patrons can truly enjoy authentic Hungarian cuisine. What can you expect when you visit a Hungarian restaurant? Salami, Goulash, pancakes, hearty stews, meat dishes, sweet pastries - don't forget the full bodied, sweet, and unique Hungarian wines! Adress: 4431 W. Roosevelt Rd. Hillside Il, 60162

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Anna's Hungarian Kitchen - Massachusets

Anna's Kitchen offers Authentic Hungarian cuisine and truly European pastries. Anna earned her culinary arts degree in Hungary. She will prepare some of the most authentic dishes. She will also tickle your fancy with some of the best European-Style pastries! Address: 70 Southbridge Street, Worcester, MA.

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Schneider's Restaurant - New Jersey

Schneider's sells seafood by the sea and also known for hearty German-Austrian-Hungarian dishes and traditional Home Cooking: Sauerbraten, Wienerschnitzel, Chicken Paprikash, Hungarian Beef Goulash, Roast Pork, Bratwurst, Knockwurst, Parmigiana, - Veal, Chicken, Egg Plant; N.Y. & Rib Steaks, Prime Rib, Roast Beef, Roast Turkey, Meat Loaf, Corned Beef, broiled & fried Seafood, real Hamburgers, Beef Liver, Soups, homemade Red Cabbage, Potato Salads, Beer Kraut, Spätzle, Potato Dumplings, Pies, Cakes, Apple & Cherry Strudel, German chocolate cake, Mom�s own Rice Pudding, homemade Ice Cream. The restaurant's address is 801 Main Street Avon-By-The-Sea.

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European Bistro - Texas

Hungarian House & Catering: At the European-Bistro you will discover the finest prepared Old World cuisine dishes and pastries prepared by our Executive Chef Piroska right here in Pflugerville, Texas. Meeting rooms and banquet room available.

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Balaton Restaurant - Ohio

The restaurant has been serving Clevelander's and tourists coming to Cleveland since 1964. Balaton Restaurant in Cleveland is most famous for it's superb Wiener Schnitzel and a variance of that, the Chicken Schnitzel. Other fine offerings on the menu include: Stuffed Cabbages, Goulash Soup, and the Hungarian Lecso, a yellow bell peppers and tomato based summer stew. Meals then culminated with a delightful dessert, not too sweet but, just right. There is home made blincess, or Palacsinta with apricot, walnut, sweet cottage cheese, or poppy seed fillings. For those of the legal age, we are bringing simply good wine from the gentle hills of the Lake Balaton region.

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