Regina Hungarian Cultural & Social Cljub

Organization Type: Arts, Culture & Heritage
Address: 1925 McAra Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 2V5
Website: http://www.reginahungarianclub.com

The Regina Hungarian Cultural & Social Club first opened in 1922. It was established for the purpose of keeping Hungarian heritage and culture alive in Regina. Today, the Club is made up of Cultural members and Social Club members. We are also home to the Balaton Hungarian Junior, Intermediate and Senior Dancers. The Club moved to its current location in 1963 with the new, larger hall added in 1982. We have been involved in Mosaic for almost 50 years!

We are located at 1925 McAra Street Regina SK S4N 2V5.  Our facility has a lounge, dining room and several rooms for rent with catering available.


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Growth of the soul is our goal, and there are many ways to encourage that growth, such as through love, nature, healing our wounds, forgiveness, and service. The soul grows well when giving and receiving love. I nourish my soul daily by loving others and being vulnerable to their love. Love is, after all, a verb, an action word, not a noun.
Joan Borysenko, Ph.D.

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1925 McAra Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 2V5

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