Operating Hours

The Bar is open
Thursday - Saturday 5 PM - 11 PM

HAPPY HOUR (members only) 5 PM -7 PM

The Kitchen is open
Thursday till Saturday 5 PM - 10 PM

Contact: Maria Nigul: 646 363 8074
email: marianigul24@gmail.com

Aarne Laanemaa: tel:646 382 7857
email: aarne123@aol.com

Come and enjoy home cooked Estonian food!

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Upcoming events at the New York Estonian House

Eesti Maja köök ja baar on suletud:
laupäeval, 16. juunil, reedel, 22. juunil, neljapäeval, 28. juunil

Film screenings

June 9, 2018

"Return to Geislingen"at 3PM
A film by John Ulo Kuhi and John Saarmann. In 2006 John Uno returned to the DP camp Geislingen to locate his home (1945 to 1949) and the homes of many Estonians he had met in Lakewood, NJ.

“Coming home soon” by Helga Merits

What does it mean when you, as a child, suddenly have to leave your home because your country is in a war and your family is in danger ?  What does it mean when you have to leave your loved ones, everything and everyone you knew behind?
This is the story told in the documentary Coming home soon. It is the story of Estonian children who fled Estonia in 1944 with their mothers, siblings and sometimes with their fathers as well.
They didn’t know where the dangerous roads would take them, and when they made it to the refugee camps, they knew, this was temporary.
All interviewees in this film found themselves in Geislingen refugee camp (1945-1950) in the South of Germany. Geislingen was an Estonian Assembly centre where some 4000 Estonians lived for more than 5 years. The camp became a small Estonia with schools, workshops, post office, hospital, newspaper, theatre, orchestra, choirs… Estonians themselves were in charge of organizing the camp. According to the UNRRA officer (the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration) of the Geislingen camp the Estonians did all the work while they did not have any say regarding the longevity or future of the camp. Geislingen was a home for the refugees 5 years and then the residents had to depart once more leaving their friends and familiar surroundings behind to start all over again in a new country, in a new place unknown to them.
The film Coming home soon explores the influence which the experiences at Geislingen had on the lives of the Estonian refugees and their children.
It is a story about how to cope with extremely difficult circumstances, how to overcome your past and build a successful future. It is a story of hope and inspiration.
Although this film is related to Estonian post WWII history, one can observe strong parallels to the current refugee situation in Europe. (http://geislingen.estdocs.com/)

HappyEST Hour

June 9, 2018 at 7PM

Saturday, June 9th at 7pm HappyEST Hour

Midsummer solstice celebration and Sports Day in Long Island

June 16, 2018

Saturday, June 16th Midsummer solstice celebration and Sports Day in Long Island. Long Island Estonian House is located at 20 Middle Island Blvd, Middle Island, NY 11953

Grounds will open at 10 AM, volleyball 11 AM (finals ~ 5pm), Childrens/Youth track & field, swimming, games 2pm.   Big bonfire 830 pm, dance hall 930 pm (due to neighbors – noise will be limited outside of the hall). 

Food and non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase.  There will be traditional men’s and women’s saunas starting at 3 pm and pool will be open ~ 130 pm.

Entry fee is $20 per person, seniors $10 and children under 16 are free.  There is a $10 charge per automobile.  Tenting is free.

Lakewood Estonian Sports Games
Aug 3 – 5, 2018

Friday: golf, bowling, dance
Saturday: track, swimming, 5K run, masters track, volleyball, tennis, performances & dance party.Sunday; Beach party

Tallinn Dance Theatre presents

June 26, 27 2018

Tuesday,  June 26th Tallinn Dance Theatre presents “Dances to Estonian Film Music.” Dances to musical pieces from well-known Estonian films.


Wednesday June  27th Tallinn Dance Theatre presents “Icons. Pärt.” Dances to Arvo Pärt’s music performed by Tallinn Dance Theatre.


Save the Date

October 27 2018

Save the Date!
Saturday 27. October 2018
NY Estonian Educational Society Annual Ball/ Fundraiser featuring iconic Estonian singer Ivo Linna and honoring dr. Toomas Sõrra for his years of service to the Estonian community.

New York’s mixed choir

Practices are every Thursday
at 6:30 pm

Contact the Choir

Koorijuht Maaja Roos

Esinaine Eha Brownell

Estonian Folkdance

Saare Vikat
Dance rehearsal:
Starts: 9/16, 10/28, 10/21, 11/9, 1/27, 2/10, 3/17, 4/14
Täpseid kuupäevi
vaata siit

Lisa informatsioon:
Liisi Vanaselja- poialliisi@gmail.com

estonian lessons

Edasijõudnutele ja algajatele

Chess club

Estonian School Days from 3pm-4pm. For any further information, please contact
Siim Vanaselja


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.