"Jews of No Religion": The End of American Jewish Identity?

Mike Felsen

Our recent past-President Mike Felsen has written an blog post for Patheos' Conversations on Religious Trends seies. In this piece, shared here, Mike offers his perspective on where progressive "Jews of no religion" can find rich community life and identity—places like the Boston Workmen's Circle and its kindred Jewish cultural and social justice communal organizations.

Singing for Pete Seeger

A Besere Velt (A Better World) and Emma's Revolution made a stellar team at our Pete Seeger Tribute Concert.

When We All Sing Together: Remembering Pete Seeger

Pete Seeger embodied a value that our community holds dear: the belief if we put our voices together, we can create something bigger, stronger, and more beautiful than any of us alone.

Klezmer Jam

22 Prospect Hill Ave, Somerville, MA


Join Jonathan Cannon and Nat Seelen of Ezekiel's Wheels Klezmer Band for awesome tunes and good times. We will play classics and originals together from sheet music and by ear. Welcoming musicians of all instruments and of varying levels!

An Embarrassment of Community Riches

This past week here Boston Workmen’s Circle offered a wide variety of programs that showcased the wonderful diversity of our community, from Shule to a Shabes dinner to a discussion of solidarity and mutual aid. Read all about it!

First Night! Boston Workmen's Circle Radical Hanukkah Party

Johnny D's Uptown, Davis Square, Somerville, MA
With a special late show featuring HONK!

Klezmer Jam (new date: Sept. 9)

Postponed in September to avoid the Labor Day weekend.

Play in an informal and friendly atmosphere, from written scores. For more information, click details above or email Phil Brown,

Klezmer Jam - cancelled until further notice

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

The klezmer jam is cancelled until further notice.

Solidarity and Community at As We Come Marching!

What a wonderful afternoon of music, activism and solidarity! The Boston Teachers Union hall was packed with Boston Workmen's Circle community members, union members and activists, Occupy Boston activists, folks from the Bread & Roses centennial and people who just wanted to sing "The Internationale." Read on for pictures!

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