Young Adults

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!

Costumes Meet Community at Gragger!

Gragger! brought together over 300 people on Saturday for a night of joyous revelry and political community. For the fifth straight year, our radical Purim party attracted a multigenerational crowd eager to “boo” at the appropriate times and dance until the wee hours of the morning. 

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.

Projects & Workshops

When the economic crisis hit in 2008, young adults gathered for a series of living room conversations. We talked about how the economic crisis was affecting us, and we talked about how we want to respond to it as a community. Since then, we have worked to build Boston Workmen's Circle as a radical mutual aid society for today – a place where we can help each other to live more sustainable, communal, and thoughtful lives.

Want to get involved? Contact simcha@circleboston.org, or call 617-566-6281.

3rd Night! A Radical Hanukkah Dance Party

All Asia, 334 Mass Ave, Cambridge (near Central Square)

The Workmen's Circle invites you to the latest incarnation of our annual, radical Hanukkah celebration - a dance party!  Featuring:

Shabbat as Resistance and Refuge: A Young Adult Shabes Dinner and Discussion

36 Elm Street, Jamaica Plain

Join us for a discussion about how shabes offers us a model for resisting the pressures and injustices of our modern economic system. We will use the ideas of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, a theologan and social justice activist, as a springboard for discussion. 

BWC Shule is looking for teachers!

Our Shule is looking for Boston-based teachers for our Kindergarten, 2nd, 5th, and 6th-grade classes! This is an opportunity to teach in the Boston Workers Circle's progressive, secular Jewish Sunday school. 
 
Deadline for applications June 30! Learn more on our Jobs page, and please pass along widely.
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