Mosaic is the primary and best known activity organized by the Regina Multicultural Council. This is a non-profit organization with the following aims: to further the development and promotion of the cultures and folk arts of all ethno cultural groups; to promote co-operation and mutual understanding among these groups; to promote multiculturalism; and to promote and retain heritage languages and cultural traditions as essential components of multiculturalism.
Now using the theme “A festival of cultures,” Mosaic has been held annually since 1974, when it began as a one-day festival. Since 1978, it has grown into a three-day event held in early June at pavilions located throughout Regina. Every pavilion features traditional foods, displays of arts and crafts and entertainment by musicians and dancers.
Since Mosaic's inception in 1974, the Regina Hungarian Cultural and Social Club has been a participant in Mosaic each year. Throughout the years, our pavilion has featured the following attractions: The Regina Balaton Hungarian Dancers; fine Hungarian cuisine; displays of authentic arts and crafts from Hungary; and traditional Hungarian liquor.
Performing every hour on the half-hour, starting at 5:30 pm, visitors will be entertained by a wide variety of dances from the various regions of Hungary. While enjoying this dance tour of Hungary, you will also be tempted by the authentic Hungarian cuisine being served. We also have vegetarian options, so there is something for everyone! If you have a sweet tooth, there is also baking that can't be found anywhere else in Regina. To wash it all down, we feature wine from Hungary's best labels, as well as domestic beers and alcohol, and two specialty Hungarian draft beers brewed by Rebellion brewing.
The Hungarian Pavilion is located at 1925 McAra St., in the Balaton Ballroom.We are open from Thursday to Saturday.
Thursday: 5:00PM - 11:30PM
Friday: 5:00PM - 12:00AM
Saturday: 2:00PM - 12:00AM
Thanks to all who came out in 2017 and we hope to see you in 2018!
Authentic Hungarian Sausage, Cabbage Rolls and Pork Stew
Képvisel? Fánk (Hungarian Cream Puffs), Rigó Jancsi, Palacsinta (Hungarian Crepes), Somloi Torta, and Kávétorta
Lecso and Langos