What's Happening at the Estonian House
The Bar is open
Wednesday – Friday 5 PM - 11 PM
HAPPY HOUR (members only) 5 PM -7 PM
The Kitchen is open
Friday 5 PM - 10 PM
Come and enjoy home cooked Estonian food!
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Attention all friends and singers!
A new choir has been created – New York’s mixed choir. Practices are every Wednesday at 6:30 pm. We are looking for new singers, everyone is welcome. Become a member and we will make this a grand chorus.
NEW YORGI EESTI MAJA
Alates veebruar 2015a.
Rohkem infot: (212) 684-0336
English language lessons @ the Estonian HouseSmall Group Lessons Start in the FALL. Wednesday Evenings 6:30-Low Int/ 8:00-Adv
5 weeks - $125 (80 Min Classes)
- You speak only in the present and/or simple past. You translate most of what you say in your head. Your pronunciation is hard for others to understand.
AdvancedYou work here but you’re afraid your boss and co-workers don’t take you seriously. You need help writing clearly (use of a/an/the, past perfect is confusing, vocabulary is limited…).
EJ (917) 202-7979 (in English)
Katrin (212) 684-0336 (in Estonia)
Welcome to the NY Estonian House Blog
We're starting this blog so everyone can get a close-up view of what we're doing every day to keep the Estonian House alive.
If you have something to tell people about the Estonian House - Please write to us, or if you were in the Estonian House and enjoyed an event, national food, or just the social atmosphere then just share your experience on our blog.
Help make our house, your home, we will keep the light on for you. Please join our mission of the Estonian House!
New York’s mixed choir
Practices are every Wednesday
at 6:30 pm
Contact the Choir
Esinaine Eha Brownell
Esimees Taivo Ets
Täpseid kuupäevi vaata siit
Edasijõudnutele ja algajatele
Upcoming events at the New York Estonian House
February 7th 2015
Sauerkraut has been a long tradition on an Estonian dinner table. In the old days it was also a good source for vitamins during the long winter months. The recipes that have been passed down from our relatives all differ. For that reason, we announce this contest for the best “mulgikapsas” (sauerkraut, pork, barley, etc.) and “praekapsas” (sauerkraut served with your roast). Find your recipes and bring your dish for others to taste on February 7th. Best of luck with cooking to all.
· Sauerkraut must be prepared in advance, bring to the Estonian House in your pot by 1 p.m. where you can warm your dish and be ready to serve by 2:30 p.m.
· Preparers must have enough sauerkraut for about 40 people. (Each portion will be in a 3 ounce cup).
· Preparers pay no fee.
· Tasters pay a $10.00 fee per person.
· Tasters will vote for the best “mulgikapsad” and best “praekapsad.”
· Winners will receive prizes.
· Preparers and tasters must register by February 1, 2015 with Liisi Vanaselja - (email@example.com or 347-683-3632)
N.Y. Estonian House plans to continue with similar food events in the future. Every year we will do something new and interesting.
NY Estonian House is a private club. Members of the Estonian Educational Society and their accompanied friends only may use the facilities. Members may bring up to five friends to the NY Estonian House.