Hungarian food, fun offered at festival
|Photos: Dale Dong|
The Csárdás Dance Company of Cleveland, shown above, entertained crowds with ethnic dancing in traditional Hungarian clothing.
Attendees also got a taste of typical Hungarian fare. Shown at right top are church members serving favorites such as stuffed cabbage, lamb goulash, langos and pastries to a steady crowd.
Also, Al Zimmerman, pictured at right bottom, was on hand to play the accordion for dancers and listeners alike.
— By Maria Lindsay
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