Grand Opening - September 15, 2007
3 - 5 PM
(Opening remarks : Mr. Andor Czompo 3 PM)
(Csardas Youth Ensemble Dancers Perform 4 PM)
Sponsored by the :
Opening remarks, Mr. Andor Czompo, 3 p.m.
Special Dance Performance, 4:00
Csárdás Youth Ensemble
The exhibit of fanciful folk attire and richly embroidered finery from the many diverse regions of Hungary comes to the Museum on loan from the private collection of Mr. Andor Czompo, whose life's work and passion has been Hungarian folk dance, and culture.
Below - just some of the beautiful
Hungarian folk art inspired items:
Below, Exquisite Hungarian Embroidery:
Below, Details of Embroidery Immediately Above:
Below, Detail of a Beautiful Hungarian Costume:
Call the Museum & Gift Shoppe at the
Galleria at Erieview directly at
(voice mail when not open)
Exhibit open to the public
DAYS / TIMES OPEN:
Wednesdays, Thursdays, & Saturdays: 11 AM. - 3 PM
Fridays: 11 AM - 5 PM
Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum;
in the Galleria at Erieview; 2nd floor;
1309 East 9th street in downtown Cleveland
In underground & heated
parking garage of Galleria,
(Enter off Lakeside Ave. )
Only $1.00 all day on Saturdays - some Saturdays free parking!
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here & try:
It will bring you from your door to our door !
(NOTE: use "1309 East 9th Street,
as your "destination point.")
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