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August

2-8. of August: Delegation from Iszkaszentgyörgy travels to the village’s Estonian sistertown, Kõpu to introduce the Finno-Ugric Capital of Culture within the local annual cultural- and pizza festival. Folkdance show, handicraft and patchwork exhibition. 
Location: Kõpu, Viljandi county, Estonia 
 
3rd of August 19:00: Exhibition opening of painter Júlia Végh, organized by Ari Kupsus Gallery. Location: József Attila street 1. Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim castle, Baroque wing, Iszkaszentgyörgy.
 Baroque Wing of Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim castle, Iszkaszentgyörgy

5th of August 14:00: Iszkaszentgyörgy introduces itself in the capital of Finland, Helsinki at the selecting process of Finno-Ugric Capital of Culture 2017. Folkdance show, handicraft and patchwork exhibition, live presentation. Location: Kaisaniemenkatu 10 (Hungarian Balassi Institute), Helsinki, Finland 
 
5th of August 16:00: The last living former resident of Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim castle, Baronesse von Manteuffel-Szoege Sibil’s birthday prayer and small reception at the crypt of the Bajzáth-Pappenheim families. Location: Pappenheim square (next to the Roman Catholic church)
10th of August 18:00: Presentation of Markus Juutinen about the Saami people. Location: IKSZT Iszkaszentgyörgy, Rákóczi street 2.

11th of August 19:00: Salon Concert organized by Ari Kupsus Galery. Show of pianist Katalin Csillag and her students from Liszt Ferenc Music Academy. Location: József Attila street 1. Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim castle, Baroque wing, Iszkaszentgyörgy.

17th of August 18:00: Presentation of Iszkaszentgyörgy’s Finno-Ugric ambassador Jani Korhonen: “My Finland”. Location: IKSZT Iszkaszentgyörgy, Rákóczi street 2.
 
19-22nd of August: Delegation from Iszkaszentgyörgy travels to the village’s Polish sistertown, Łabunie to introduce the Finno-Ugric Capital of Culture within the local annual harvesting festival. Folkdance show, handicraft and patchwork exhibition. Location: Łabunie, Poland

27th of August 19:00: The Bach Choir’s concert (from München) organized by Ari Kupsus Gallery. Location: József Attila street 1. Amadé-Bajzáth-Pappenheim castle, Baroque wing, Iszkaszentgyörgy.