Saturday, July 7, 2018 / 15:00 - 19:00
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(Founded on July 3rd, 1981)
The LePage ad in 1981
The home of the Hungarian community in Ottawa was built in 1979. The 279 m2
(3000 sq.ft.) building was raised on a 30,5 m × 53,3 m (100 ft × 175 ft) size land. It was made of concrete bricks, and originally it was used for storage. The first floor was part of the original design right from the beginning, and it was used for offices. Originally, the entire property was listed at $99,000, and the Hungarian bought it for $92,000. Shortly after $47,000 more was invested by the founding members into transformations and finishing operations. There were Canadian officials participating as well at the opening ceremony in 1981: Mr. James Fleming, the Canadian Multiculturalism Minister, Mr. Walter Baker, the House Leader of the Conservative Party, Mr. Ben Franklin, Mayor of City of Nepean, and Mr. Rhéal Robert, Deputy-Mayor of Ottawa.
15:00 — 19:00 Pork BBQ
(18:00 – last order)
On the Menu
Pork BBQ with Muzsdéj* and Potato Salad with Onions and Vinegar or Mayo
Profiterole with Raspberries
Coffee and Tea
Soft drinks, beer, wine and liquors available at the bar.
* Ground garlic with red paprika mixed with a bit of red wine.
We can only guarantee the seating for reservations received in time, and dining is by reservations only. Please make yours by 9 PM on Friday prior to the event. Reservations successfully submitted through the web are confirmed by e-mail.
Bookings are closed for this event.