Készülődünk a farsangra

***For English, please see below***

A félév második tanítási napján a farsangra hangolódtunk. A nagyokkal megnéztünk egy kisfilmet a busójárásról, a kisebbek pedig arról hallhattak mesét, hogy Bogyó, Babóca és barátaik milyen jelmezt öltöttek a maszkabálra. Mindaddig a bölcsisek babonával kapcsolatos mondókákat építettek be a már ismertek közé. A kézműves foglalkozás során bohócokat és egyéb álarcokat készítettünk, mellyel jövő héten kidíszítjük a termet, ahol a magyar retro farsangot szervezzük.

Szeretettel várunk benneteket a Retro Farsangunkra, valamint két hét múlva a félév harmadik tanítási napjára.

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Our second meeting revolved around the Hungarian carnival traditions aka Farsang. We have talked about the Busójárás, meanwhile the little ones were entertained by a Bogyo and Baboca story related to masquerade. The group of toddlers was playing and learning rhymes in the meantime. During the arts and crafts activity we prepared the decoration for our Retro Farsang party.

We hope that you join us for our Hungarian Carnival as well as for our upcoming class!

Special Thanks:

Edit Vasadi Photography

http://editvasadi.com/

Mind and Body Kids

https://www.mindandbodykids.com/

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HCA Phoenix

The Hungarian Cultural Association of Phoenix (HCAP) is an independent, all-volunteer, educational, charitable and non-partisan organization open to anyone with interest in nurturing the Hungarian language and culture, regardless of world view, nationality, or religion. Our goal is to nurture the Hungarian language, culture, identity, and traditions, and make them available to present and future generations through educational programs, celebrations, commemorative events, and social gatherings. Through our mission, we aim to broaden familiarity with the Hungarian culture within the American community, thereby nurturing and strengthening Hungarian-American ties and relationships.

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