We are a non-profit organization, working to preserve and promote the Hungarian culture. Join our group to employ your talents at our events. Read our membership rules and apply for membership here: https://magyarklub.org/membership.
Our yearly, traditional events: Spring Ball, Valentine Disco, Summer and Fall Picnic, Cooking Competitions, Harvest Ball, Halloween Party, Christmas Party, New Year’s Eve Party. We are regularly posting details about our events on our Facebook page, also: https://www.facebook.com/nbmagyarklub/
We partner with other Hungarian organizations in New Brunswick to organize many cultural events every year: Hungarian Scouts in New Brunswick, Széchenyi Magyar Iskola, Magyar Reformed Church, New Brunswick NJ, and Szent László Magyar Templom, New Brunswick NJ we host the commemoration of two Hungarian revolutions: March 15, 1848 and October 23, 1956. With the American Hungarian Foundation, New Brunswick NJ and other organizations, we organize the yearly Hungarian Festival on Somerset Street, in New Brunswick.
Collaborating with New Brunswick township leaders as part of the Sister Cities program, our folk dancers participated at the Debrecen Flower Festival in 1998. We are looking forward to welcome the Debrecen delegation in the near future. More information about the Sister Cities program here: https://www.newbrunswicksistercities.org.
In March of 2019 we hosted an International Folk Dance workshop organized by Csűrdöngölő Folk Dance Group in partnership with the Middlesex County Office of Arts & History. We are very excited about the possibility of more events like this. Enjoy a short video summary of the event here: https://www.facebook.com/146599872073321/videos/436751837061718/
We are welcoming all types of cultural events, such as concerts, theatrical productions. To plan your next event either in our beautiful ballroom, or our picnic grounds, please contact us via e-mail.
Join us on Fridays from 6:00pm for a home cooked dinner with Hungarian flair, and a good talk with club members. Dance with us! Find out more about our folk dance group here: https://magyarklub.org/folk-dance. Join our choir to sing Hungarian songs.