Online spring 2021 classes are about to start, so don't miss your chance to dive into a world of Yiddish.

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Here’s the chance you’ve been waiting for! Our online winter 2021 classes are about to start, so don’t miss your chance to dive into a world of Yiddish. Check out the information below and register today! All classes and workshops will be offered on Zoom.

COMPREHENSIVE YIDDISH LANGUAGE CLASSES *On Zoom!*

Learn, refresh, and improve your speaking, reading, and writing Yiddish language skills with experienced instructors in a fun and stimulating learning environment.

Beginner-Plus, Intermediate, and Advanced Yiddish Language

Sundays, 10:00 am – 11:30 am ET | April 18 – June 20, 2021
10 Classes | Cost: $160

New Class: Beginner Yiddish (no prior experience required)

Thursdays, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm ET | April 22 – June 24, 2021
10 Classes | Cost: $160

New Class: Intermediate-Plus (for students with 2 or more years of Yiddish study)

Mondays, 10:00 am – 11:30 am ET | April 19 – June 27, 2021
10 Classes | Cost: $160

Please note: To enrol in Intermediate-Plus, students must be able to independently read a short newspaper or story each week. Classes will be conducted in Yiddish.

 

These classes are offered by the Committee for Yiddish, UJA Federation.

For more info and to pre-register: yiddish@ujafed.org | 416-635-2883 x5189

 

THEATRE WORKSHOP “Mayn Sheyne Meydl” *On Zoom!*

Experience the joys of Yiddish through the magic of Lerner and Loewe’s classic – only in this Yiddish version, the “lady” is a bagel seller from the Lower East Side. All are welcome! Scripts are provided in transliteration, and no previous Yiddish or performance experience is required. Faciliated by award-winning performer, director, and playwright, David Gale.

Tuesdays, 7:00pm – 8:30 pm ET | April 20 – June 22, 2021
10 Classes | Cost: $160

For more info and to pre-register: YiddishTheatreWorkshop@gmail.com

 

LEYENKRAYZ (YIDDISH READING CIRCLE) *On Zoom!*

 

Participants will read and discuss humerous short stories in Yiddish from the anthology “A Bukh Tsum Lakhn”. Materials provided in PDF form.

 

Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30pm – 9:00pm ET, Starting April 20, 2021
Cost: $30 annually for new registrants

 

For more info: yiddish@ujafed.org | 416-635-2883 x5189

SPECIAL INTEREST YIDDISH CLASSES AT MILES NADAL JCC *On Zoom!*

Beginner Conversation 1

Wednesdays, 7:00pm – 8:30pm ET | April 21 – June 23, 2021
10 Classes | Cost: $250 plus HST

Develop basic Yiddish conversational skills while engaging with the rich world of Yiddish culture. All materials are provided in transliteration. No prior knowledge required.

Intermediate Conversation 1

Thursdays, 7:00pm – 8:30pm ET | April 22 – June 24, 2021
10 Classes | Cost: $250 plus HST

Practice and expand your Yiddish conversational skills while using songs and storytelling to engage with Yiddish language and culture. All materials provided in transliteration.

Prerequisite: Completion of “Beginner Conversation 2” or equivalent beginner-level knowledge.

For more details and to register for these courses, please click here to visit the Miles Nadal website

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In Partnership with:

Miles Nadal JCC

Start Date: April 18, 2021

Closing Date: June 7, 2021

Various times

Virtual

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Variable Costs

Accessibility

If accessibility options not listed, please contact the venue to confirm

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