DIG IN TO HUNGARIAN FOOD AND CULTURE!

DIG IN TO HUNGARIAN FOOD AND CULTURE!
The 3rd annual Gulyas Festival
JULY 10th and 11th, 2010

At the heart of the Hungarian tradition are customs that celebrate life with delectable food, festive music and dance as well as the prominent hospitality amongst family and friends.

This year’s special guest is the world renowned Hungarian folk band ÜSZTÜRÜ, with professional folk dancers Dezső Fitos and Enikő Kocsis, performing and teaching traditional Hungarian dances!

Featured at the festival is a large sampling of the Hungarian kitchen which includes the bottomless gulyas pot, home made sausages, mititei, crêpes, kürtőskalács (rolled sweet dough), lángos (elephant ears) homemade pastries, and a lot more!

You think you have the best Gulyas recipe-(beef stew cooked over open flames)?! Join the competition in the Gulyas Cook-off! Visit www.gulyasfestival.com for the registration form.

Concerned that you might miss the World Soccer Championship Finals? No worries! We will be projecting a live feed of the game some come join your friends and cheer on you favorite team!

In addition, our festival provides a safe and fun children’s area complete with games, face painting, other fun activities to keep the kids entertained, the Hungarian Scout Troop of Chicago will also be there to provide interesting traditional cultural activities for children of all ages!

Our community extends an invitation for everyone to come join your friends and family and celebrate all things Hungarian with us!

If you would like to participate as a contestant in the Gulyas Cook-off please visit www.gulyasfestival.com for the registration form.

Also, if you would like to be an exhibitor at the 2 day event, please complete the registration form and rules and regulations, which can also be found at www.gulyasfestival.com

**More information will be provided as we get closer to the event**

The Festival is held on the grounds of Norridge United Hungarian Church of Christ located on 8260 W. Foster Ave., Norridge, IL 60706. (read less)

http://www.gulyasfestival.com

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