The István Széchenyi Community House welcomes you if you have a dog but would like to improve it, or if you do not yet have a pet but are thinking about it. If they are at a loss as to which dog would fit into the family, perhaps next to a child. If they have problems during socialization, then the István Széchenyi Community House is their place. A lecture is held specifically for dog owners on Wednesdays from 4:45 p.m.
The lecture series continues in the Középpont in the József Katona Katona Könyvtár in Kecskemét, entitled The inner world enriched by the arts and the effects of the information explosion on creative thinking, where on Thursday from 17:00 Dr. Tamás Freund, Széchenyi Prize-winning Hungarian neurobiologist, university professor, president of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, introduces the interested parties to the topic. No prior registration is required, and the event is free for everyone.
The book Queen Elizabeth and the Magyars, published in 2021, won the “Book of the Year 2022” award in the historical fiction category based on reader votes. “What kind of empress and queen was Elisabeth? Did he really love our people, or did he just support the Hungarians as a rebellion with his mother-in-law? Among other things, these will be discussed at the book presentation of Barbara Káli-Rozmis, researcher on Queen Elizabeth, on Friday from 4:00 p.m. at the József Katona Library in Kecskemét.
The Alexandra Publishing Group’s book fair with beauty flaws and bargains is coming to Kecskemét again! Everyone is warmly welcomed in the GAMF Hall of the János Neumann University. Earlier in April, it was already possible to choose from the selection of the Alexandra Publishing Group in Kecskemét, but now they arrive with an almost completely new set, with different books. More than 15,000 different books will be available from HUF 100. The book fair opens at 10:00 a.m. and lasts until 5:00 p.m., while stocks last.
This year, the Kecskemét Market launched the 7-occasion Bohém Market trade fair series, which, compared to the previous year, will be held on Sundays due to popular demand. The purpose of the fair is to support the domestic market by purchasing from local producers and artisans, preserving old values, and prioritizing environmental awareness.
More details in the recording below:
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