Saturday, June 4, 2016
Meet at 12 noon
Corner of Somerset & Plum Streets
Come and enjoy a wonderful day of great food, song and dance at the 40th Annual Hungarian Festival
The festival area is from the intersection of Bethany St & Somerset St to the intersection of Division St and Somerset St.
It’s a great time if you’ve never been.
RPCV George Dusichka is the “leader” for this event and he plans to be at the festival for lunch and at least a few hours in the early afternoon.
Meet George at 12 noon at the corner of Somerset & Plum Streets.He will be wearing a red t-shirt and if you would like to see a picture of him ahead of time, just look up his name on LinkedIn.
Parking — The best place to find a parking space is at the intersection of French Street and Route 27 or any of the side streets in that vicinity.
The food is plentiful and delicious and the music is fantastic.
George especially likes this group: Életfa Hungarian Folk Band was founded in 1987 by children of Hungarian immigrants and presently consists of first-generation Hungarian-Americans and Hungarian immigrants living in New Jersey, New York and Washington, DC. Életfa, which means the Tree of Life, symbolizes the core mission and passion of the band, which is to preserve the past while passing it on to the next generation.
RSVP to email@example.com by June 2.