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Dear Reader, 

First up, here's a look at 5 Top Community Matters articles

- all filled with local opinions and helpful hints & tips from Xpats in the loop:

1. Community Matters: Budapest Secrets
2. Community Matters: Best Budapest Brunch
3. Community Matters: Tenants' Rights In Hungary
4. Community Matters: Favourite Cake Shops in Budapest
5. Community Matters: Where To Get International Press In Budapest

Next up, as always you can find plenty of events happening these days in the Xpat Calendar.

Now here's hoping you like what's in it for you below.

Best wishes, Team XpatLoop

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Calendar highlights

Pancake Festival @ Allee Gastro Promenade

This Pancake Festival features sweet and savoury varieties, and for those with food allergies it offers options as well. Not only pancakes, but also drinks and other culinary delicacies await visitors.

8 March - 1117 Budapest, Október huszonharmadika u. 8-10.

Joshua Abrams & Ben Vince @ Trafo House Of Contemporary Arts

Joshua Abrams developed his voice in the rich ferment of the 1990s Chicago music world. Ben Vince is a prolific saxophonist and composer who radically redefines the possibilities of the saxophone.

9 March - 1094 Budapest, Liliom u. 41.

Vegan Sunday Market @ Anker't

This is the only communal vegan market in Hungary. Along with the market there are cooking workshops, round table discussions, and community spaces are created, say the organisers.

10 March - 1061 Budapest, Paulay Ede u. 33.

Première: Montéclair – Jephté @ Budapest Palace Of Arts

The figure of Jephthah is familiar from the Old Testament's Book of Judges. In Montéclair's opera, Jephté, who has led Israel to victory against the Ammonites, is not required to sacrifice his sole daughter, in spite of his vow.

11 March - 1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1.

Transylvanian Days @ Central Market Hall

Transylvanian producers will make Budapest's Grandest Market Hall a colourful spectacular for three days, say organisers. You can try delicious Transylvanian foods, check out traditional handmade products, and meet the producers too.

12 March - 1093 Budapest, Vámház krt. 1-3.

'Making Work Meaningful' @ Hungarian Academy Of Sciences

Professor Wrzesniewski researches happiness in the workplace, positive organizational psychology, and the meaning of work - and to explore the subject, she has interviewed and studied people with many occupations.

12 March - 1051 Budapest, Széchenyi István tér 9.

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox @ Budapest Arena

A rotating musical collective founded by arranger and pianist Scott Bradlee, PMJ is known for reworking popular modern music into different vintage genres, especially early 20th century forms such as swing and jazz.

13 March - 1143 Budapest, Stefánia út 2.


Women’s Day In The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, 8 March

"Celebrate the amazing women in your life in the Deák St. Kitchen. They will treat the ladies with some surprises on this special day at The Ritz-Carlton’s food and beverage outlets."

Award-Winning Treatments @ Kreativ Dental Clinic In Budapest

Kreativ Dental is the winner of the International Dental Clinic of the Year 2018 at the International Medical Tourism Journal Awards, and this is great news for expats in Hungary who can book a free dental consultation without obligations - inc free OPG X-Ray worth Euro 50 - just click this headline for details.

Women’s Day Brunch, Corinthia Hotel Budapest, 10 March

"Guests can pick from a great variety of ladies-approved appetizers, main courses, desserts, pressed juices and smoothies while celebrating this beautiful day with live music."

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