Learning

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September 26, 2021

-December 7, 2021

Online fall 2021 classes are about to start, so don’t miss your chance to dive into a world of Yiddish. All classes and workshops will be offered on Zoom.

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October 4, 2021

-December 6, 2021

Take a virtual language class with a friend or loved one! The MNjcc’s Hebrew and Yiddish Program offers a welcoming space for beginners and conversationalists alike.

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October 5, 2021

-December 7, 2021

Explore your musical side with the MNjcc’s community choir and string classes.

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October 19, 2021

-December 7, 2021

Judaism 101 is an intro class for everyone, whether or not you identify as Jewish and/or have any prior knowledge of Judaism. This eight-part class explores the foundational topics of Jewish living, including Shabbat, the year cycle, lifecycle events, synagogue, and spirituality.

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November 1, 2021

-December 6, 2021

Join us for an engaging, experiential speaker series and be inspired by thought leaders as they explore an eclectic range of topics.

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November 2, 2021

-December 7, 2021

Spark your curiosity and expand your mind as you learn about Israel, current events, history, Social Media, health, environment, finance and more.

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November 9, 2021

-December 14, 2021

Instructor Briony Glassco will use Alfred Theory series for this engaging course designed for adult choir and ensemble members.

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November 15, 2021

-December 13, 2021

Actor/comedian Jack Newman spotlights the lives and legacies of Canadian comedians, from the early days of The Dumbells, Wayne & Shuster and SCTV, to mega stars such as John Candy and Eugene Levy.

Education Resources

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May 1, 2021

-May 1, 2022

FilmMatters, is the Toronto Jewish Film Foundation’s educational outreach programme for elementary – secondary school students and teachers across the GTA. 

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May 20, 2021

-May 20, 2022

During these unprecedented times, the Neuberger is developing opportunities for students to continue to learn about the Holocaust in unique and innovative ways through online platforms.