Hungarian Folk Dance Camp

Sylvie Paquette will open the gates of Sonrisa Farms (in Alexandria, North Glengarry, ON K0C 1A0) for another Hungarian folk music and dance symposium on the third weekend of May this year.
Camping available on-site, or motel rooms can be booked in the nearby village.
The majority of the programs will be partially outdoors.

Please find the Registration Form at the link below:

Hungarian Folk Dance Camp in May

Hungarian folk music and dance symposium will take place on Sonrisa Farms (in Alexandria, North Glengarry, ON K0C 1A0) on the weekend of May 20th.
Camping available on-site, or motel rooms can be booked in the nearby village.
The majority of the programming will be partially outdoors, all covid rules will be followed.

Adult dance teachers: Gerda Marosy & Richard Nagy – mezőpaníti
Children’s dance teachers: Gabor Vass, Sylvie Paquette & Jeszika Paulusz – bukovinai
Music teaching: Janos Gelencser Junior
Live music to be provided by members of the Gyanta and Eletfa ensembles

Enrollment, costs and further info at:

KalandAdventure Camp

Call for Applications for Hungarian-Canadians at English Summer Camps in Hungary

KalandAdventure EgyesületThe summer camps, managed by KalandAdventure Hungarian-Canadian Association, for Hungarian children between the ages of 8 and 17 have been operating successfully for several years in Hungary with the participation of young Canadian volunteers.

In accordance with the mission of our Association, we have developed our own educational program and an English summer camp in Hungary. Our Association has a two-fold objective. On the one hand, we strive to create a welcoming atmosphere for the kids from Hungary and other countries, where they are introduced to the use of everyday English that seamlessly complements and enhances their language studies at school. On the other hand, we aim to invite young Canadians with Hungarian heritage (second-, or third-generation Hungarian-Canadians) as volunteers to lead and organize a variety of activities and programs at our summer camps. This opportunity makes it possible that young Hungarian-Canadians can immerse themselves into their heritage and Hungarian culture. Our volunteers are all young adults with Hungarian or European background. Before or after their duty at the summer camps, they can explore the land of their heritage, travel around in Hungary and Europe and visit their relatives; in a nutshell, they spend a fantastic summer in Europe.

Besides the summer camps for kids, intensive English camps for young adults will also be offered in the summer of 2018. The adult intensive English camps will focus on the development of communicative skills of young adults and professionals in a stress-free and welcoming environment.

Thanks to our sponsors, this year we have the opportunity to support our volunteers by contributing to the cost of their airfare in addition to providing full board and accommodation at the camps and some other small benefits.

The financial support for our volunteers may be granted through an application process. Interested individuals should submit their application to our Association by email latest by March 15, 2018. The applications will be evaluated in the order of their receipt. The available financial assistance is maximum $800 per person. The total amount of the available funds is $6400.

All young individuals between the ages of 19 and 28 are encouraged to apply who are willing to volunteer for children between 8 and 17 years of age and who are keen on working with young adults (age of 18+). Knowledge of the Hungarian language is not required; however, excellent communication skills in English are an asset.

Further information about our camps and volunteering can be found on our Association’s website:
Camp Home Page
Join the Team

Program of Rákóczi Association

Rákóczi AssociationUpon the specific request of the Hungarian Diaspora Council and commissioned by the State Secretariat for National Policy of the Prime Minister’s Office, Rákóczi Association wishes to create an opportunity for 1,000 young Hungarian people between the ages of 10 and 29, living in one of the Hungarian diaspora-communities all around the world to participate in a study tour in Hungary within the framework of the ‘DIASPORA PROGRAMME’ in the year 2018. The goal of the program building personal relations, becoming familiar with the Hungarian language and culture, and collecting more personal experiences.

Links pertaining to the program:

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Family and Youth Camp at Hencida – 2016

Hungarian folk music, dance, arts and crafts, as well as ancient fighting techniques and skills symposium in two rounds. Equestrian lessons and tours.

Location: Gömörszőlős, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén county


  • Family camp: July 18-23, 2016
  • Youth (14+) camp: July 25-30, 2016

Enrollment, costs and further info at