דער סוד פֿון מײַן האַרצן
לידער פֿון טשערנאָװיצער פּאָעטן און קאָמפּאָזיטאָרן


Kavehoyz, Atran Center, 25 East 21st Street, Ground Floor

Thursday, May 17th, 7 PM



Presented by the Congress for Jewish Culture


The Congress for Jewish Culture was founded in 1948 to promote Yiddish language and culture. Among its activities are publications of the Yiddish journal "Di Tsukunft" as well as monographs in Yiddish and English on the history of Eastern European Jewry. The Congress also conducts regular programming in Yiddish, and runs the CYCO, New York's oldest active Yiddish press and bookstore.

דער ייִדישער קולטור־קאָנגרעס איז געגרינדעט אין 1948 מיט אַ ציל ממשיך צו זײַן די ייִדישע שפּראַך און קולטור. ער גיט אַרױס דעם זשורנאַל "די צוקונפֿט," װי אױך װיסנשאַפֿטלעכע ביכער אױפֿן געביט פֿון ייִדיש און אַשקענאַזישע ייִדנטום, און פֿירט אַדורך ייִדישע פּראָגראַמען. ער פֿירט אױך אָן מיט דער ציקאָ, דער עלטסטער אַקטיװער פֿאַרלאַג און פֿאַרקױף פֿון ייִדישע ביכער אין ניו יאָרק.



The Kavehoyz series is supported by grants from the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of New York and the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.






Café Kasrilevke,JCC of Greater Washington,
6125 Montrose Rd, Rockville, MD

Sunday, October 28th, 7:30 PM



Presented by the Café Kasrilevke
(co-sponsored by the JCC of Greater Washington and Yiddish of Greater Washington)



Yiddish of Greater Washington was founded in 1976 to foster the knowledge and use of Yiddish as a language in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.


Café Kasrilevke, one of the premier programs of Yiddish of Greater Washington, is co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington.


Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of Maryland and the National Endowment for the Arts, with funding from the Montgomery County Government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County and private contributions.





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