Networking

  • Berkeley Magyarok E-Mail List and Coffee Meetings

The purpose of the Berkeley Magyarok mailing list is to inform San Francisco Bay Area Hungarians of Hungarian related events in the area. The mail is mostly in Hungarian but important items are also posted in English. The list is not public. I forward the mail sent to me, to more than 1000 addresses. To sign up send mail to voros@eecs.berkeley.edu

We hold our coffee meetings on Wednesdays 6-7 PM, in the middle of each month, at the Brewed Awakening coffee shop, (1807 Euclid Avenue, Berkeley). An email reminder is sent. You are welcome to join us.

Contact
Katalin Vörös
voros@eecs.berkeley.edu


  • Links to all Facebook groups and pages

PAGES

Hungarian Heritage Foundation of the San Francisco Bay Area
Facebook Page

Hungarian Heritage Festival
Facebook Page

Mazsola Hungarian Folk Dance
Facebook Page

Harangvirág Játszóház
Facebook Page

 

GROUPS

Hungarian Heritage Foundation of the San Francisco Bay Area
Facebook Group Link

Hungarians in San Francisco and the Bay Area
Facebook Group Link

Eszterlanc Hungarian Folk Ensemble
Facebook Group Link

Bay Area Magyarok adok veszek/csere bere oldala
Facebook Group Link

Neumann Society
Facebook Group Link

2015 KMCsSz Jubileumi Nagytábor
Facebook Group Link

Hungarian Paletta - USA-ban élő kreatív magyarok csoportja
Facebook Group Link

Magyar Anyukák East Bay
Facebook Group Link

South Bay Hungarian Moms Club
Facebook Group Link

SF Hungarian Parents
Facebook Group Link


  • "Nagycsapat"

Nagycsapat is an e-mail list for Hungarians living in the great San Francisco Bay Area. Originally the group was formed for young Silicon Valley engineers, but later it became a Bay Area wide Hungarian web forum for news and resources. Members can read information about local Hungarian events, local news or from Hungary, and have open discussion regarding life around us. The group first started in 2001 and today welcomes 533 members.

The Hungarian Heritage Foundation of the San Francisco Bay Area promotes, shares and educates the public about Hungarian culture, language and art.

Get in touch

HungarianHeritageFoundation@gmail.com 

English / Hungarian
Szilvia Gilbert