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!
Reservations @ 212 684 0336 email@example.com
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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. Our plans for the coming year is to also sing at the 2012 song festival in Tallinn.
Please note our bar and kitchen will be closed on Thanksgiving week (Wednesday through Friday).
NY ESTONIAN HOUSE KITCHEN - traditional Estonian Christmas food!
You can preorder! (scroll down to see food list)
We will accept special orders. Please place your order at least 3 to 4 days before pickup date. We cannot accept orders that require shipping.
Orders can be placed one of three ways: during regular business hours at the Estonian House from Wednesday to Friday, 5 pm to 10 pm; by phone: (917) 202 6415 (ask Inna), (646) 382 7857 (ask Aarne) or (212) 532 4515 (leave a message) ; by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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 Kolmapäeviti 5- 8 pl
Lektor Juta Kurman
Sunday, December 8th,
at 12PM – 6PM
If you want to make your own blood sausage, join us
on Sunday, December 8th, at 12PM – 6PM.
We offer a good company and every participant will have the opportunity to take 2 ring-shaped sausages to go.
Please do confirm your participation before December 02, 2013
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Exhibition by Igor Ziko
15.11 - 20.12.2013
at the NY Estonian House
Exhibition by Igor Ziko: Waiting for Boreas
November 15 through December 20
Opening reception Friday, November 15th at 7 PM
Estonian House Christmas Party
Saturday, December 14 at 5PM
at the NY Estonian House
- BUFFET - Traditional Estonian Christmas food
- PERFORMANCE BY THE NY ESTONIAN MIXED CHOIR
- SINGING OF CHRISTMAS SONGS
- SANTA CLAUS
- CASH BAR
COVER CHARGE: registration before December 7th
$40, after Dec 7 $50.
Children under 12 are $10. Info and registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-684-0336
You can preorder:
Baked pastry (pierogi) stuffed with meat or cabbage $1.50/piece
Estonian potato salad $8.00/pound
Beet salad with herring (Rosolje) $9.00/pound
Sweet and sour sauerkraut $6.00/pound
Jellied pork (Sült) $12.00/2 pounds
Blood sausage $9.00/pound
Blood Dumpling $12/pound
Marinated pumpkin salad $6.00/pound
Pickled beets $5/pound
Gingerbread dough $7.00/pound
Small Christmas raisin bread (Stritsel) $10.00/pound
Small braided Stritsel filled with cheese $10.00/pound
Large braided raisin bread (Kringel) $20/2 pounds and $40/4 pounds
Large braided bread with cheese filling $24/2pounds and $48/4 pounds
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.