The Carolinas Hungarian Group is a non-profit group that
serves the mission of preserving, teaching and supporting
the Hungarian culture and heritage.
Who are we?
Our membership consists of Hungarians and Hungarian-Americans who are interested in the Hungarian language and culture. All ages and levels of proficiency are welcome! While most of our members are from North and South Carolina, we also welcome people from other states.
What do we do?
To fulfill our mission, we organize a wide variety of event ranging from large scale gatherings (like our two popular weekend-long family camps at Easter and Thanksgiving) to smaller meetings where we commemorate historic events, cultivate traditional arts and crafts, or simply drink coffee and talk... just to name a few. We celebrate Hungarian national and religious holidays, frequently combined with a Hungarian sermon in collaboration with the Carolina Hungarian Church.
Media appearance - Carolinas Hungarian Group in MagyarBusiness Podcast
We participate in regional international festivals representing Hungary.
We organize weekend-long camps with 200+ participants, for example our annual Easter Camp in the mountains or our Thanksgiving Camp at the beach.
We gather for seasonal, commemorative meetings, casual, friendly occasions, or simply to hike, cook, or dance together.