Adult Education

Yiddish Movie & Potluck — Avrom Karpinovitch: A Yiddish Life in Vilna

Boston Workmen's Circle, 1762 Beacon St., Brookline

 

A filmed interview with the writer Avrom Karpinovitch by director and Yiddish novelist Boris Sandler.

ADULT ED: Interpreting Jewish History

Runkle School, 50 Druce St. Brookline

 

Interpreting Jewish History

Taught by Mitchell Silver

Circle Book Group

In the home of Marie Ariel or Betsy Groban

CLICK HERE to visit the Circle Book Group page for more information on book and location.

Circle Book Group

In the home of Marie Ariel or Betsy Groban

CLICK HERE to visit the Circle Book Group page for more information on book and location.

Book Launch Celebration

Boston Workmen's Circle,1762 Beacon Street, Brookline

Join us in celebrating the publication by the Boston Workmen’s Circle of The Veterans of History: A Young Person’s History of the Jews, by Mitchell Silver, longtime education director of the Shule, our secular Sunday School.

Circle Book Group

In the home of Marie Ariel or Betsy Groban

CLICK HERE to visit the Circle Book Group page for more information on book and location.

Circle Book Group

In the home of Marie Ariel or Betsy Groban

CLICK HERE to visit the Circle Book Group page for more information on book and location.
 

Circle Book Group

In the home of Marie Ariel or Betsy Groban

CLICK HERE to visit the Circle Book Group page for more information on book and location.

Circle Book Group

In the home of Marie Ariel or Betsy Groban.

CLICK HERE to visit the Circle Book Group page for more information on book and location.

Exploring Jewish Identity

Exploring Jewish Identity: History and Traditions

of Mizrachi, Sephardi, and Ashkenazi Cultures

As Jewish families become increasingly multi-cultural, we are met with new challenges in understanding the complexities of Jewish cultural identity.

This course offers a starting point for a community conversation about assimilation, race, class, and heritage. We will explore this by learning about three primary Jewish cultures: Mizrachi, Sephardi, and Ashkenazi.

We are very fortunate to have a number of expert instructors on these topics:

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