Youth Organizations

Youth Organizations

 

  • Harangvirág Playhouse

A group of enthusiastic and energetic Hungarians established Harangvirág Játszóház to bring together Hungarian children and their families living in the San Francisco Bay area and enrich their cultural experience by bringing to life Hungarian folk stories in our puppet shows, learning more about our rich Hungarian folk world through stories, songs and children's plays, getting creative at our crafting table, and learning Hungarian crafts.
The Játszóház organizes children programs four times a year and accepts invitations to perform.

Contact:
Réka Kiss
President
harangviragplayhouse@gmail.com

Facebook:
Harangvirág Játszóház


  • Hungarian Scout Troops 43 & 77

Our scout troops have been active in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1969. Our goals are the development and preservation of the Hungarian language and culture, as well as the moral and character development of our youth. Hungarian Boy Scout Troop 77 and Girl Scout Troop 43 are members of the Hungarian Scout Association in Exteris, supported by the Hungarian Catholic Mission and the Hungarian Reformed Church. We are a nonprofit organization, supported by membership fees and fundraising activities.

Contact:
Ildiko Kelemen - kildibildi@gmail.com
Árpád Rácz - aracz@aracz.com

3130 Alpine Rd 288-177
Portola Valley, CA 94028-7541
www.sfcserkesz.org


  • Mazsola Hungarian Children's Folkdance Ensemble

Mazsola Hungarian Children's Folkdance Ensemble was founded in 2007 in Hayward, CA. The ensemble's mission is to enrich the lives of children from all ethnic backgrounds by introducing them to Hungarian folk culture through dance, music, and folklore with the goal of preserving and passing on the Hungarian heritage.

The ensemble performs several times throughout the year in various community events. Mazsola dancers gather selected Saturday afternoons to share their joy of Hungarian dancing and music in a fun, friendly and engaging environment.

Practices:
Fusion Dance Project
22461 Foothill Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94541

Mailing Address:
Eszterlanc Hungarian Folk Ensemble
P. O. Box 4793
Foster City CA 94404

Contact:
Viktoria Havas
Business Director
mazsoladance@gmail.com
www.eszterlanc.com/school.html    


  • San Francisco Bay Area Hungarian School

For the past few decades, our school has been successfully teaching children of the Hungarian community in the San Francisco Bay Area. Students are taught by qualified volunteer teachers who were trained in Hungary. 

The goal of our school is to teach Hungarian literature and grammar, history and geography to Hungarian-speaking children who are members of the Hungarian Scout Troops of San Francisco. 

We offer courses from kindergarten to secondary school for students between 4 to 14 years of age. At the age of 14 students take a rigorous final exam on Hungarian literature, grammar, history, and geography.

Classes are held every other Sunday afternoon, and are taught exclusively in Hungarian. Our mission is to instill in our students a love for the Hungarian cultural heritage, and to encourage them to pass it on to their own children.

Our goal is that our alumni will find their place in any Hungarian community around the world.  

Contact:
Katalin Kollár Tóthné
Director of the Hungarian School
katak43@yahoo.com 

    The Hungarian Heritage Foundation of the San Francisco Bay Area promotes, shares and educates the public about Hungarian culture, language and art.

    Get in touch

    HungarianHeritageFoundation@gmail.com 

    English / Hungarian
    Szilvia Gilbert