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Actual news from Hegyvidék

Moving parking customer service. From February 14, Hegyvidék Parking Customer Service will receive customers at a new location, XII., 19 Kék Golyó St. The reception time does not change: the office is open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm, Wednesdays from 8.30 am to 6.00 pm and on Fridays from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm. Phone number: + 36-1/323-3036. E-mail address:

Volunteer garbage collectors are wanted. Voluntary garbage collection campaigns are regular in the green areas of Hegyvidék, but unfortunately there is a lot of work to be done, so the staff of Hegyvidék Green Office is still waiting for enthusiastic civilians. The office provides gloves and garbage bags for work, as well as the removal of collected garbage. Further information can be requested at the e-mail address

Movies in English. CinemaMOM (XII., 53. Alkotás St.) will screen the superhero film Spider-Man: No Way Home and the sci-fi Dune in English (with Hungarian subtitles). From February 3 to 9, at 7 pm, viewers will be able to see a 90-minute compilation of the award-winning works of the 15th Kecskemét Animation Film Festival (KAFF): admission to the screenings is free, but a registered ticket must be booked on the cinema's website ( or on-site ticket machines.

A meeting of paintings and music. An exhibition of the works of two young artists, Rita Koszorús and Ádám Dóra, entitled Overlaps / Overlaps, opened at the Hegyvidék Gallery (XII., 10 Királyhágó Sqr.). The exhibition, which is open until February 26, is also connected to the György Cziffra Festival: a musical exhibition will be held on February 16 at 6 pm with the participation of art historian Judit Kallós, guitarist Vilmos Oláh and exhibiting artists.

Photos from the cameraman. The photo exhibition of Rezső Wonke entitled On the Road can be viewed from February 4 to March 3 in the Tamási Áron Hall of the Hegyvidék Cultural Salon (XII., 2 Törpe St.). The creative director is a cinematographer who has shot hundreds of documentaries in seventy countries during his career.

Musical fairytale theater. Barabás Villa (XII., 44 Városmajor St.) invites families to an interactive performance entitled King Violin and Princess Hanga on February 6 at 10.00. In the fairy tale, children can get to know and play folk instruments - wind, kobos, zither, flute, rumble, rattle drum and rain stick. Admission to the events supported by the program "Thank you, Hungary!" is free, but registration is required (

Opera film screening. The story of Puccini's comedy opera, the cunning Gianni Schicchi, can be seen and heard on February 11 at 5 pm at the Hegyvidék Cultural Salon (XII., 2 Törpe St.). Admission to the screening of the Hungarian opera film is free, but registration is required (

Csango Hungarian dance house. On February 11, the Zurgó ensemble will hold the next Moldavian Csango Hungarian dance house in the dome hall of MOMkult (XII., 18 Csörsz St.). It is planned to have dance lessons from 8 pm, a dance house from 9 pm, a song lesson, a joint singing and fairy tale from 10 pm, and a dance house again from 10.30 pm to 30.30 am.

Children's carnival concert. Vilmos Gryllus, the children's favorite, will give two concerts in a row on February 13 from 9.30 and 11.30 in the theater hall of MOMkult (XII., 18 Csörsz St.). In his humorous songs, this time, the figures of the “mask ball” come to life, in keeping with the occasion.

Cyanotype making workshop. Those interested can get acquainted with an old photographic procedure, the cyanotype, at the Barabás Villa (XII., 44. Városmajor St.) on February 13 from 16.00. Participants can make a booklet from the completed prints, which they can take home.

Concert of young talents. Jenny Gheorghita (violin), Kristina Miller (piano) and Vida Mónika Ruth (piano) will perform high-virtuosity works from Saint-Saëns, Sarasate, Liszt and Rimsky-Korsakov and Cziffra in the Hegyvidék Cultural Salon (XII., 2. Törpe St.).