Commemoration of March 15. - 03. 10. 2018.

Minnesota Hungarians invites and welcomes you and your family to

The Commemoration of  the 1848-49 Hungarian Revolution and War of Independence

Date & Time: March 10, 2018, Saturday, 4 pm

Location: Unity Church-Unitarian—Arthur Foote Room (733 Portland Ave., St. Paul, MN 55102)


Keynote speech by guest of honor, Zsuzsanna Pálmai, Consul of Hungary in Chicago

Commemorative notes, Poem recitals

Please bring sandwiches, cold plates or desserts to share
for the reception after the program.

Tell your friends! Members and Non-Members are welcome.

In Hungary, March 15th is a national holiday on which Hungarians remember the Revolution of 1848 and all of the people who fought for Hungarian independence. It was one of many revolutions that occurred throughout Europe that year. The Revolution led to the War for Independence, an attempt to break free from the rule of the Austrian Empire. Leaders of the Revolution such as Lajos Kossuth, István Széchenyi, Sándor Petofi and Jószef Bem are among the most respected national figures in Hungarian history.

Sandor Petofi: National Song

Rise up, Magyar, the country calls!
It's 'now or never' what fate befalls...
Shall we live as slaves or free men?
That's the question - choose your `Amen'!
God of Hungarians,
we swear unto Thee,
We swear unto Thee - that slaves we shall
no longer be!

Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Unity Church Unitarian - 733 Portland Ave., St. Paul, MN