Great Read: Xpat Community E-Magazine, 14 - 20 April

  • 14 Apr 2022 4:38 AM
Great Read: Xpat Community E-Magazine, 14 - 20 April
The fresh newsletter for the International Community in Hungary - described by readers as a "Great read each week" - is now available for your interest and use via the link below.

You can see the new edition of the Xpat E-Magazine here:

1. First here's a quick update about this International Community Gathering:

St. George's Social Networking Event @ Corinthia Hotel, Saturday 30 April
A Charity Raffle & Auction will support children affected by war in Ukraine.

* By now two-thirds of the limited number of places have already been reserved.
Every nationality is welcome - come to extend bonds of friendship & solidarity.
Early Bird tickets are still on sale, for just 2 more days, so be quick to get one.

* Guests will be in good company as The Reverend Frank Hegedűs is coming.
He's joining the British AmbassadorIrish Ambassador, & Ukrainian Ambassador.
Plus the Dutch Ambassador is also confirmed, as is TV celebrity Zsuzsa Demcsák.

Join us to enjoy a great variety of English music by DJ Woods & The Vibe + drinks & prizes.

2. Next, as always below there's an essential selection of News, Information & Inspiration:
E.g. Watch: Easter Customs in Hungary / Food Bank Budapest: Expats Helping Refugees.
Xpat Explainer: Hungarian Easter Egg Traditions / Top 5 'Haunted Places' in Hungary :)

3. Plus there are fresh Specials, new Movies in Budapest, and What's On highlights
Widen your horizons (even further!) by visiting a local Easter fair / concert / café.
E.g. Matild Café & Cabaret has been Restored to its Rightful Grandeur

Here's hoping you enjoy what's in it for you below.
Best wishes for the Easter holidays, Team XpatLoop

Photo - 'Spring morning at the Margaret bridge Budapest' - courtesy of Krénn Imre Photography

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