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Oct 2019 21
7:00 pm
1731 Beacon Street, Apt 803, Brookline

An opportunity for you to sharpen your Yiddish skills in a comfortable and informal setting, whatever your level of Yiddish. All are welcome.

For more information, contact Dick Bauer at 857-540-6293 or dick.bauer@alum.mit.edu, or Anita Garlick at anitabgarlick@gmail.com or 617-232-9781, Esther Kampler at 617-734-5655.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct 2019 23
6:00 pm
6 Webster St. Brookline, MA 02446
As white Jews, Jews of Color, and non-Jewish allies, we work for racial and economic justice in the BWC community, the Jewish community, and the Boston community at-large. 
 

We will kick off our AFREJ planning for the year on Wednesday October 23rd at 6 PM at BWC.

This is a great time for new folks to get involved with the committee and help form our goals for the year ahead on issues related to reparations, climate change, environmental justice, and election education! 

Oct 2019 24
7:30 pm
6 Webster St. Brookline, MA 02446
 
 
Drop in for this informal monthly gathering to learn and sing Yiddish folk songs. Songbooks provided. All are welcome, regardless of singing ability or knowledge of Yiddish. Questions?

Oct 2019 25
10:30 am
6 Webster St. Brookline, MA 02446

Join our Yiddish Reading Group! We meet weekly (mostly) to read fiction in Yiddish. Group members select the readings which are usually short stories or novellas. Discussion is in English. Anyone who has taken an advanced Yiddish class at the Workers' Circle or has similar proficiency should be able to manage well in the group. 

We have just started reading I.I. Trunk's "Khelemer Khakhomim," a delightful and humorous series of stories about the well-known wise men of Khelem. 

Oct 2019 25
6:15 pm
6 Webster St. Brookline, MA 02446

Join us for a Shabes Gathering hosted by the BWC Yiddish Community Chorus, A Besere Velt. Shabes gatherings include conversation, ritual blessings, inspiring texts, singing, and potluck dinners. This is a great way to learn old and new protest songs in both English & Yiddish, build new relationships, and have fun!