2019 Fall Events

Our fall schedule at the Kossuth House is now official! We're happy to invite everyone who's interested in the following events.

Details to follow on each event as the dates are approaching.

 

A képen a következők lehetnek: szöveg

New Children's Books Arrived!

A huge THANK YOU goes out to Timi, and Viola, founding ladies of Anyanyelvmegorzes.hu, and the Szokimondoka projects.

You can now find a selection of their publications in our library's collection when we reopen in September 2019. We can highly recommend their books, workbooks, board games and card packages for anyone who is planning on teaching their child the Hungarian language.

If you don't want to wait, or would like to obtain your own copy, you can order them here:

https://szokimondoka.hu/webaruhaz/

In addition, you can follow them on social media under

https://www.facebook.com/anyanyelvmegorzes/ or

https://www.facebook.com/szokimondoka

We're very thankful for their donation, and wishing them lots of success in the future.

 

Nem érhető el leírás a fényképhez.

Nem érhető el leírás a fényképhez.

Spring Opening Schedule

Dear Everyone,

For the remainder of the 2019 Spring Season, our library's opening schedule will be the following.

Sunday between 3pm and 5:30pm.


5/26

We'll be happy to see you for borrowing books, reading, or just for a tea.

 

After May 26, please call 855 567 7884/106 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Preserving the Hungarian Language in the US, and our Library's Contribution to the Cause

There is a group of passionate people from Hungary, who started an important project recently. Their goal is to help preserve the Hungarian language for kids born abroad.

Viola created the first book of Szókimondóka 8 years ago. As a mother of 3 children, living in the US, she was motivated to pass the Hungarian language on to them. After many years, she temporarily moved back to Hungary, and partnered with Timi, who's running the Hungarian Bookstore in New York. This cooperation made the Anyanyelvmegorzes.hu project possible. While the books target young children between the ages of 2-6, Anyanyelvmegorzes has a much broader aspect. Their main goal is to help Hungarian parents abroad, how to prepare for obstacles and challenges along the way.

The Szokimondoka books, and the website provide great tools to parents and teachers abroad to raise bilingual kids away from their homeland.

As a Hungarian Library in the US, we started a cooperation in a form of an interview that they published on their blog. In addition, our library will soon house a copy of each Szókimondóka book, and workshop plans are in the talk already as well.

We're looking forward to all we can do together in the future! In the meantime, please find the interview here: https://anyanyelvmegorzes.hu/2019/02/03/magyar-konyvtar/