Adult Education

Circle Book Group

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

Circle Book Group

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

Strike! Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Bread & Roses

“Short pay, all out!” That was the rallying cry of Lawrence textile workers in 1912. We celebrate the history of the strike and honor today's ongoing labor struggles with a series of spring events.

Circle Book Group

This meeting will be at Marie Ariel’s (617) 492-2765 ~ mgariel@redpine.info ~ 41 Amory St., Cambridge. There’s one cat who is out of the way during the meeting.

Book selected – The Sacrifice of Isaac / Noah Gordon. Random House, c1995. There are many copies in the Minuteman Library Network and a few in the BPL.

ADULT ED: As We Come Marching! Labor History & Bread and Roses

1550 Beacon St, Brookline (Hebrew Senior Life)

As We Come Marching!

Snapshots of Labor History and This Year's Bread and Roses Centennial

4 Sunday morning sessions: March 11, 18, 25 and April 1

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Adult Education Meeting

Boston Workmen's Circle, 1762 Beacon St, Brookline

Join us to plan the next cycle of adult education classes at the Workmen's Circle.  One possible course topic is the Bread and Roses Strike of 1912, the centennial of which we are celebrating this year. 

RSVP to Leah at leah@circleboston.org

Circle Book Group

This meeting will be at Marie Ariel’s (617) 492-2765 ~ mgariel@redpine.info ~ 41 Amory St., Cambridge. There’s one cat who is out of the way during the meeting.

Circle Book Group

This meeting will be at Betsy Groban’s (617) 492-8634 ~ bgroban@aol.com ~ Contact Betsy for the address.

BOOK: An island called home : returning to Jewish Cuba / Ruth Behar. Rutgers University Press, c2007. The discussion will be followed by a 45-minute movie Adio Kerida (Goodbye Dear Love): A Film By Ruth Behar. Six copies of the book in the Minuteman Library Network and three copies at the BPL..

Circle Book Group

The day after Yom Kippur, at Marie Ariel’s. (617) 492-2765 ~ mgariel@redpine.info ~ 41 Amory Street, Cambridge. There’s one cat in the house. The cat is in the basement during the meeting.

BOOK: The story of Yiddish : how a mish-mosh of languages saved the Jews / Neal Karlen. Publication Info. New York : William Morrow, c2008.

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