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The Magyar club meets on the first Sunday of the month at McCaulley hall
in Queen of Martyrs Church parking lot,
for fellowship and to discuss business. Some months, this is replaced
by a social event such as the baccon fry. All events provide some amount of
social atmosphere for those that want to talk Hungarian and interact with
See the Magyar club link on the left for more details.
The festival club consists of representatives of both the
Magyar club and the Festival club. This group supports the dancers
and handles the administrative affairs of cultural events,
such as participation in World A'fair.
Festival club president: Robin Kohr
Festival club secretary: Andy Dobo (937) 426-4714
The festival dancers practice cultural dances, such as the grape dance
in the fall and Dayton's World A'fair cultural gathering in the summer.
The practice season starts in early January and runs though the grape dance
in September. See the calendar for practice time and locations.
Festival dancers leader: Sue-Anne Berry
Learning the Hungarian language
Interest is simmering for learning Hungarian, and we have a tutor.
If you are interested, please
contact the teacher:
Hungarian language teacher: Mária (Deák) Kruse (937) 237-1567
Old Troy Pike Community Church
Community church phone: (937) 233-5225
St. Stephens Catholic Church