The celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland continued with the Hungarian Scouts Folk Ensemble.
The Cleveland Hungarian Scouts Folk Ensemble are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year.
The dance they performed was from the Great Hungarian Plain just west of Transylvania in Romania. It starts with a Lad's Dance and is followed by a slow and fast Czardas.
Cleveland Hungarian Scouts Folk Ensemble
Matyi Tabor (co-director), Anna Tabor (co-director), Bende Pigniczky, Emese Chmielewski, Jozsi Gyorky, Erika Chmielewski, Matyas Szigeti, Vivien Luksa
Matyi and Anna Tabor
Bende Pigniczky and Emese Chmielewski
Jozsi Gyorky and Erika Chmielewski
Matyas Szigeti and Vivien Luksa
After the performances, John Megyimori gave flowers to Carolyn Balogh. He then led the crowd in singing Happy Birthday to Carolyn.
Carolyn Balogh and John Megyimori
Then Andrea Lazar introduced Ted Horvath who led the crowd in singing America the Beautiful to end the formal celebration at the Hungarian Garden.
Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 1
Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 2
History of the Garden and Girl Scouts songs
Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 3
Hungarian Folk Songs, St. Elizabeth Dancers and Kis Magyar Korus
Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 4 (This Page)
Hungarian Scouts Folk Ensemble and Closing
Hungarian Cultural Garden 75th Anniversary - Page 5
Faces in the Crowd
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