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Hungarian Scout Festival

Hungarian Scout Festival
Parma, Ohio
September 4, 2011

The 56th Annual Hungarian Scout Festival was held at German Central Park in Parma, Ohio. The Festival celebrated Hungarian scouting in Cleveland and featured authentic Hungarian music, foods and pastries, costumed folk dancers, arts and crafts, and more.

The Festival was sponsored by the American Hungarian Friends of Scouting and proceeds benefit and support the activities of the nearly 300 Hungarian scouts in the Cleveland area.

Annual Hungarian Scout Festival in Cleveland

The food, of course, was a highlight of the event.

Hungarian sign - thanks and blessings to the people who give us food

Loosely translated:
Thanks and blessings to the people who give us food


Clara Thurmer, Orsolya Sedenszky and Miklos Toth making langos

Clara Thurmer, Orsolya Sedenszky and Miklos Toth
making langos (fried dough)


Andrea M. Meszaros,  Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society

Andrea M. Meszaros, Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society


Lou Szigeti pouring shot of Pálinka

Lou Szigeti pouring shot of Pálinka


Mathias Tabor making bread with bacon drippings called Zsioskenyer

Mathias Tabor making bread with bacon drippings
called Zsioskenyer


Hungarian Kitchen at Scout Festival


Grilling Hungarian food


Hungarian food


Joanne Szigeti with salami

Joanne Szigeti


Hungarian Girl Scout Anna Kiss explained how the various regions of Hungary have different embroidery, fabric, etc. so the dolls are different.

Hungarian Girl Scout Anna Kiss with dolls

Hungarian Girl Scout Anna Kiss




The world famous Rajka Hungarian Gypsy Orchestra from Budapest highlighted the entertainment at the Festival.

Rajka Hungarian Gypsy Orchestra from Budapest

Rajka Hungarian Gypsy Orchestra from Budapest




Rajka Hungarian Gypsy Orchestra from Budapest



Rajka Hungarian Gypsy Orchestra from Budapest

Rajka Hungarian Gypsy Orchestra from Budapest


Ildiko Varga, Csaba Horvath, Zolton Hargitai, Robert Strada, Marika Megyimori

Ildiko Varga, Csaba Horvath, Zolton Hargitai,
Robert Strada and Marika Megyimori



Cleveland Hungarian Scouts Festival sign



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