The CHF played host to a group of students studying international business relations at the university in Željezno (Eisenstadt) in Austria. The group was led by Ivan Rončević of the University of Vienna’s Institute of Slavic Studies.
The monograph on Nenadić near Sombor, a salaš (farmstead) type village typical of the region, was promoted by Frane Parać, vice president of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, academician Dragutin Feletar, Vladimir Nazor Croatian Culture and Arts Society president Mata Matarić, Sombor mayor Dušanka Golubović, Mario Bara, Croatian Writers’ Association president Đuro Vidmarović, Stjepan Sučić and Carmelite friar Mato Miloš.
After Iserlohn and Lovas the exhibition was hosted by the Union of Croatians in Romania, an association led by Member of Romanian Parliament Giureci-Slobodan Ghera
As in previous years the Croatian Heritage Foundation took part in the Book Night event with the promotion of a new tome by Tomislav Žigmanov and an exhibition of magazines produced in the Croatian minority enclaves in central and southeastern Europe.
The April/Easter issue of our monthly Matica magazine features a diversity of events, both at the Zagreb headquarters of the Croatian Heritage Foundation and around the world.
A delegation of the CHF followed a visit to the Croatian House in Ljubljana with a guest appearance on the Little Border Crossing show on Radio Študent. They also showcased the March issue of our Matica magazine at the Marjan Jarc Library in Novo Mesto.
Antunović was a successful businessman and the long-time president of the Croatian Association of Ljubljana and of the Federation of Croatian Associations of Slovenia.