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Actual news from Hegyvidék

Swimming in MOM Sport. Thanks to the energy savings ordered by the Hegyvidék Municipality and the overhead support provided by the government, the inner, 25-meter swimming pool of MOM Sport (Csörsz utca 14-16.) awaits guests even in the winter months, and on the first of February the outer pool number 33 was also opened. Despite the achieved reduction in consumption, the operation of the sports hall can only be maintained by raising the rental fees and the price of entrance fees. At the same time, the municipality will take over the value of the increase from February 1 to pensioners with local addresses, those under the age of 18 and those in social need. The condition for using the discount is registration in the e-administration system of the municipality.

Active Hegyvidék. Residents of District XII can choose from several free exercise options in February as well. At the Jókai school (Diana utca 4.) on Mondays and Wednesdays, at Tamási (Mártonhegyi út 34.) on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, at Németvölgyi (Németvölgyi út 42-46.) on Thursdays, and at Arany (Meredek utca 1.) on Fridays, aerobics and fitness classes await those who are interested. At MOM Sport (Csörsz utca 14-16), you can do zumba on Mondays and Wednesdays, and yoga (integral yoga) on Wednesday evenings. You can also do yoga (Muditayoga) on Tuesday evenings at Győri út 2/b. The gym at Városmajor utca 29 offers functional training on Mondays and Wednesdays and table tennis on Saturdays. The Gesztenyés kert Running Club holds its training sessions on Tuesdays. The next time you can join the hikers is on 18th February at 8:10 a.m. in Széll Kálmán tér, at the stop of Volánbusz route 795 heading towards Telki. This time, the team is targeting the highest point of the Buda Mountains, Nagy-Kopasz.

Concerts. In the Hegyvidéki Cultural Salon (Törpe utca 2.) on 17th February from 7 p.m., you can listen to the flute-harp duo of Zsuzsa VÁMOSI-NAGY and Kinga Katinka SZILÁGYI. On the 18th, from 6 p.m., the Bran ensemble will hold an Irish folk music evening, and on the 20th, from 6 p.m., the Solas Brass Ensemble will perform with their show From Jericho to stream. At the Lóvasút Cultural and Events Center (Zugligeti út 64.), the Surján Chamber Ensemble welcomes adults and children to its carnival-related family concert at the Lóvasút Cultural and Events Center on 18th February, from 5 p.m., and the next day, on the 19th, from 6 p.m., soprano saxophonist Nándor GÖTZ and guitarist András CSÁKI will perform Spanish songs.

Exhibitions. The photo exhibition of Pál LOSONCI, the ‘Eyelight’, can be viewed until 23rd February at the Hegyvidéki Cultural Salon (Törpe utca 2.). Until 25th February, the exhibition of the most talented students of the Budai Drawing School can be seen in the mayor's office (Böszörményi út 23-25), while until 4th March the works of graphic artist András KÁROLYI can be seen in Gallery 12 (Hajnóczy József utca 21).

Movies in english. Heart of Oak - you can watch this wordless, fascinating French nature film on 24th February from 6 pm in the Hegyvidéki Cultural Salon (Törpe utca 2.). CinemaMOM (Alkotás utca 53.) is screening the film drama The Whale, nominated for three Oscars, in English (with Hungarian subtitles), in which Brendan Fraser plays a reclusive, severely obese English teacher who tries to restore his relationship with his teenage daughter. Also on the show is the latest superhero film from Marvell Studios, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Among the digitally restored Harry Potter films, we can see Order of the Phoenix from 16th February, The Half-Blood Prince from 23rd February, and Deathly Hallows Part I from 2nd March. On 18th and 19th February, you can watch an exciting documentary about the art of Salvador Dalí in his youth, and on the 25th and 26th about the legendary art collector Peggy Guggenheim.