During the week, children will have the opportunity to explore Hungarian folk culture . Morning and afternoon sessions will include folk dances, songs, games, drama, arts and crafts, and outdoor activities all centered around this theme. At the end of the camp, the children will have an opportunity to present what they have learned and created. A family Táncház (dance party) geared towards children and parents will be held each evening before the regular Táncház.
László, a native of Hungary, received his Bachelor of Science in Hungarian folk dancing and folk dance coaching from the Hungarian Dance Academy in Budapest. In 2013 he moved to Oakland, California and is the Assistant Artistic Director and Principal Dancer of Eszterlánc Hungarian Folk Dance Ensemble.
During the week, László will lead morning and afternoon sessions which will include folk dances, songs, games, drama, arts and crafts, and activities. We encourage you to bring your children, grandchildren, or friends to camp and join in the fun!
Follow Laszlo on his Facebook page here.