A census began. On October 1, a census covering the entire population and all dwellings began in Hungary, in which participation is mandatory for everyone. The Central Statistical Office sent a postal invitation letter to all addresses in Hungary, in the last days of September. It also contains a 12-digit access code, with the help of which you can fill out the census questionnaires online independently on the nepszamlalas2022.hu website, between October 1 and 16. Those households that do not use the online filling option by October 16, they will be visited by enumerators between October 17 and November 20. Each household must fill out an apartment questionnaire and as many personal questionnaires as there are people living in the apartment. Foreign citizens must also fill out the questionnaire if they have been in Hungary for at least three months, and the owner must also declare the apartment even if it is vacant. The electronic questionnaire of the census is available in Hungarian and English, but at the same time, the questionnaire is available in eighteen additional languages as a filling aid on the census website.
Free branch shredding. It is still possible to apply for the municipality's free branch shredding program. Ten cubic metres of green waste is shredded per registered address, and the shredding – which remains in place after grinding – can be used for mulching and composting. You can inquire about the service available on the eugyintezes.hegyvidek.hu webpage or by calling +36-70/938-8474 before registering.
Ski day at Normafa. On Saturday, October 8, the Hungarian Ski Association organizes a season-opening family sports day at the Normafa Park Visitor Center (48 Eötvös Rd.). From 9.00 to 11.30 there will be an alpine-ski children's race on a plastic course, from 10.00 to 11.30 a.m. cross-country skiing competition on ski rollers, from 10.00 to 16.00 sports selection programs (ski jumping on mini-ramp, laser shooting in mini-biathlon course, alpine skiing and cross-country skiing on a plastic course, roller skiing) are waiting for families.
Bencze Alma Quintet. Alma Bencze and her band, who has also played at the ‘606 jazz club’ in London, will perform at the Hegyvidék Cultural Salon (2 Törpe St.) on October 7 from 7 p.m. The jazz singer draws her performance from the world of film music .
Concert of Kosovo musicians. Two young musicians born in Gjakova, pianist Andi Duraku and violinist Rron Bakalli, will perform Liszt's, Mendelssohn's, Grieg's, Scriabin and Korngold's works on October 15 at 6 p.m. at the Hegyvidék Cultural Salon (2 Törpe St.). The virtuoso Kosovo musicians will make their joint productions as part of the Cziffra100 program series.
Contemporary dance in the Dome. As part of the new contemporary dance series launched under the title DancePro, the TranzDanz ensemble will present its program on October 12 from 7 p.m. in the dome room of MOMkult (18 Csörsz St.). The performance titled Déja Vu takes place in the patio of an old-Pest, gang-courtyard mansion house, where the characters of the play live their everyday lives, desires, dreams, impulses and failures.
Music and painting on the screen. At CinemaMOM (53 Alkotás St.), we can follow the performances of the Royal Opera House in London live: Mayerling on October 5, Aida on October 12 and La Bohème on October 20. You can also buy movie ticket for the broadcast of conductor André Rieu's concert in Maastricht, featuring evergreen opera arias, operetta and musical hits, on October 6. On October 15 and 16, an educational film made to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Hieronymus Bosch, a Netherlandish artist known for his dreamlike paintings, will be shown in English.