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Through educational, cultural and engagement programs, the Committee for Yiddish, UJA Federation fosters and promotes Yiddish language and culture - indeed the entire Ashkenaz tradition - as a vibrant part of contemporary Jewish life and as a vital link between the Jewish past and future.

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Yiddish Workshop with Yivo's Dr. Miriam Trinh
Yiddish Workshop with Yivo's Dr. Miriam Trinh

THE UJA FEDERATION'S COMMITTEE FOR YIDDISH

THE TORONTO WORKMEN'S CIRCLE

INVITE YOU TO

AN ALL-DAY INTENSIVE INTERACTIVE

YIDDISH WORKSHOP

YIDDISH WOMEN WRITERS

Presented by:

DR. MIRIAM TRINH

TUESDAY, May 26th 10:30 am to 4:30 pm.

At the Workmen's…Read more

Downtown Tikkun Leil Shavuot
Downtown Tikkun Leil Shavuot

All-Night Jewish Learning Festival

Downtown Tikkun Leil Shavuot

Saturday, May 238:30 pm- 6:00 am

Miles Nadal JCC-750 Spadina Ave. www.mnjcc.org/tikkun

Come to the Kitchen Yiddish session at 8:30pm led by Sharon Power and Cyrel Troster - eat cheesecake and learn some Yiddish.

Laura Adler's Last Love Affair
Laura Adler's Last Love Affair

Rita Zohar (Mrs. Moscowitz and the Cats) plays Laura Adler, the beautiful middle-aged star of an obscure Yiddish theatre troupe in Israel.

Sunday May 10, 12:00PMat the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema

Co-presented with: Committee for Yiddish

Professor Justin Cammy
Professor Justin Cammy "When Yiddish was Young"

The UJA Federation's Committee for Yiddish, The Toronto Workmen's Circle, the Miransky Fund at the Jewish Foundation of Greater Toronto and Friends of Yiddish of Toronto present

Professor Justin Cammy "When Yiddish was Young"

Journey back to Vilna…Read more