Every year we organise several folk music and folk song meetings, where traditional ensembles from the region and further afield have the opportunity to perform. Our main past and present traditional events are.
Our programmes include literary poetry and music, meetings between writers and readers, library courses, reading programmes, exhibitions (mainly of amateur artists: paintings, photos, handicrafts, etc.), performances on a variety of themes, play-house, craft activities, children's theatre, show nights, retro parties, pop-rock stage.
Commemorative events for our national holidays are also organised by our House of Culture in cooperation with local institutions.
Among our summer events, we would like to highlight the Rátóti Days programme, which, in addition to traditional events and exhibitions, includes children's programmes, modern entertainment, various genres of shows, sports programmes, concerts of popular music, fireworks and a street ball. It is thus a very popular and well-attended event not only in the municipality but also in the region.
In the middle of September in previous years, visitors could mingle in the colourful and noisy atmosphere of the traditional harvest parade, with white buffalo, outlaws, Hungarian hussars, the little judge, Hungarian girls and Hungarian boys carrying the grape crown, after the judge and the judge's wife on their carriages, the people took their seats in the "siserehad", touring the streets of the village, to throw out the news of the "tikhegyi" and invite the people to the harvest ball.
Nowadays, the above event is more of a theatrical version of the Harvest Festival, with traditional events where visitors can always taste the locally pressed must, adults can taste the delicious "tikhegy" juice, and there are entertaining folklore shows and a variety of folk games for children and adults alike.
In addition to the public cultural work in the institutional part, our institution and local NGOs jointly maintain the Hadnagy László Local History Collection at Pásztor u. 26. The legacy of László Hadnagy, a native of our village, teacher, museologist, local historian, locally collected objects, a permanent exhibition consisting of two rooms.
If you wish to visit a group, please contact the manager of the cultural centre in advance.