I am writing you with some very exciting news! The first annual "Atlanta Hungarian Festival" will be held one month from now at Agnes Scott College. It will happen rain or shine and will feature:
Eletfa Hungarian Folk Band, Hungarian Food and Wine, Crafts and Games for the Whole Family, Folk Singers and Dancers, Rubik's Cube Contest, Folk Art and Costume DisplaysSpecial guests will include Hungarian Honorary Consul for the Southeast John Parkerson, President of Agnes Scott Dr. Elizabeth Kiss, and Hungarian American leaders from across the Southeast.
The current event sponsor list is Hungary Initiatives Foundation, International Student Association at Agnes Scott College, Magyar Marketing, the Atlanta Hungarian Meetup, and Lauer Learning.
Please let us know if you can join us! If you are interested in volunteering, please let me know.