Join us for a spring celebration -Mărțișor, March 1st.

Mărțișor is an old tradition celebrated all over Romania every year, on March 1st, also widely spread in Bulgaria and the Balkans.

The name Mărțișor is a diminutive of March (Martie in Romanian).

It is believed that the person who wears the red and white string would enjoy a prosperous and healthy year. Read more HERE 

Register HERE in advance for this meeting. 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The workshop is destined for kids ages 7+, or younger, supervised by a parent.

Romanian artist and musician Beatrice Iordan will lead the workshop.

Beatrice Iordan is a puppet artist, museum pedagogue at the Museum of the Romanian Peasant, and she plays the cobza in the band "Trei Parale". She also does shadow theater with "Hopa Trop", her theater company, paints angels and - more than that - she believes that power and inspiration lie in ourselves, that we are our own mentor.

You can find out more about her from this article in Romanian. 

Find out more about our Romanian Language and Culture Classes

Event organized in partnership with the Romanian NGO - Cu Alte Cuvinte, and our community partners from Washington D.C. - Romanians of DC

Instructors

Beatrice Iordan

Beatrice Iordan is a puppet artist, museum pedagogue at the Museum of the Romanian Peasant, and she plays the cobza in the band "Trei Parale". She also does shadow theater with "Hopa Trop", her theater company, paints angels and - more than that - she believes that power and inspiration lie in ourselves, that we are our own mentor.

Romanian Heritage Language School - Fall 2021

When

Oct. 11 2021 01:00 PM
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Feb. 18 2022 07:00 PM

Where

online or TBD
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Romanian Film Festival - 8th Edition

When

Nov. 12 2021 07:30 PM
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Nov. 21 2021 07:30 PM

Where

ONLINE, Northwest Film Forum
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