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Date: Sunday, 18 December 2011.

Time:  Noon until 4 p.m

Place: Creole Bar  – 5 District. 7-8 Roosevelt Square –


With great pleasure I dropped by to be present at an invitation of families with their children to join an unusual Xmas celebration. The scene was at the Creole Bar, on the Pest side, just a few steps from the River Danube.  During the past years the Creole Bar formed a tradition to hold in December a charity gathering. A part of their entire annual income goes to helping those in need.

Around noontime the place started to fill up with children and  some came along with their parents. It was a little wonderland for the kids, so many things to see, eat, listen, touch and form their own little gift. Just to mention a few things around the tables: healthy good food,  a traditional Hungarian  Xmas cake the “Beigli”

(The name of the cake: BEIGLI is originally from a region in Silesia. Throughout Europe it is well-known and kept its form since the 14th century. The Hungarians bake this cake as a tradition cake for Xmas. It had been spread by the Austrian mediation during the 19 century.)

Also varied pieces of sweeties, hot chocolate, high-quality programs, craft occupations, skill exercises, playful competitions, face painting, balloon figures, gifts and lots of wonderful surprises awaited big and small guests.

Invitees include celebrities, journalists and employees of the company’s family as well. The event also invited the Hűvösvölgyi Szlávy Street Children’s Home.The Children’s Home came along with  a total of 25 kids. The main goal was bring and show them a little celebration, the magic of Xmas! In these Institutions, the majority are those children that belong to the so-called marginalized parents. These children are really missing the family bonds and ties. Same as in many parts of the world: truancy, poor social conditions, domestic abuse, parental alcoholism, parental relationship breakdown and so forth.

At least for a couple of hours the magic, the warmth of joy filled the hearts of the little kids from the Children’s Home inside the Creole Bar.

A magician diverted the kids attention by involving them into his tricks. The kids eyes seemed to be sparking of excitement.  When the whole event ended at 4 p.m.  and upon leaving the area, every children received a Xmas package. Not that they weren’t already excited throughout the whole afternoon, the packages were cuddled and smiling faces full of joy really made their day.

Many celeb’s were invited, yet only a few could make it:  Ganxsta Zolee and his daughter, Tünde Kiszel and her daughter and Laci, the former competitor of VV (Real World).

 Update and snaps by Aggie Reiter

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