Isten hozott a Reginai Magyarok Otthonába
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                Club and Dining Room  hours can be found clicking here Lounge.
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Welcome to the Regina Hungarian Cultural and Social Club web page. The Regina Hungarian community is a small but strong one, with 300 currently registered members of the club. The members of the Regina Hungarian Club work to keep our heritage and culture alive and well through several functions each year, including Mosaic, the Harvest Festival, the Western Canadian Hungarian Folk Dance Festival, rememberances for important events in Hungary's history, and support for the Regina Balaton Hungarian Dancers.

On this web site, you will find information about Hungary, the history of our club, our dancers, renting out our ballroom, and from time to time, recipes and other little 'csemege' (tidbits) from Hungary. Browse around, and enjoy a small visit to Hungary via the web and our club.

Lake Balaton
Fishing on beautiful Lake Balaton

The Regina Hungarian Cultural and Social Club are also the proud sponsors of the Regina Balaton Hungarian Dancers. To learn more about our dance group, click on the Dance Group link button or click here.
The Balaton Ballroom is available for rental, as is the Club Room and the Dining Room. To learn more about renting our facility, click on the Bookings link button or click here.

Balaton Hungarian Club

The Regina Hungarian Cultural and Social Club, located at 1925 McAra Street, first opened in 1922. It was established for the purpose of keeping Hungrian heritage and culture alive in Regina. The Club moved to its current location in 1963, where it was expanded in 1982. It is home to the Balaton Ballroom and the Regina Balaton Hungarian Dancers.

To learn more, click on Hungary in the picture.

Hungary (Magyar Ország) is located in the middle of Europe, though many refer to it as eastern Europe. The Magyars (which means "man") settled in the Carpathian Basin, under the leadership of the great Magyar chief, Árpád, in one of the last waves of the Great Migrations. The conquest of Hungary ended in 900 A.D. and King Stephen (1000-1038) completed the conversion of his people to Christianity.

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This web site and its contents created by Laszlo Jerkovits.