New Intermediates: In Eynem, vol 2


Using the textbook In Eynem, vol 2, students will increase their comfort with Yiddish grammar and with fluency speaking, reading and writing.Level: Students who have previously...

Intermediates – Motl Peyse dem Khazns


Students in this section will continue reading an abridged and annotated version of Motl Peyse dem Khazns by Sholem Aleichem, starting in chapter 5. By reading...

Voter Rights Phone Banking


Join Boston Workers Circle and Workers Circle National for weekly Wednesday evening phonebanks! The Wisconsin Supreme Court election will be held in April. Recently, the Wisconsin Supreme...

Israel Palestine Committee Meeting


The IPC meets the third Wednesday of every other month at 7pm on Zoom. Our committee-wide meetings are a great chance to learn more about what...

Beginner, Semester 2


Students will continue learning from Colloquial Yiddish, starting with a review of grammar already learned in BWC’s Fall Beginner, 1st semester class and moving further ahead....

Yiddish Sing – Purim Special Edition


Drop in for this free informal monthly gathering to sing Yiddish songs! All are welcome, regardless of singing ability or knowledge of Yiddish.This month we will...

Yiddish Reading Group


Join our Yiddish Reading Group! We meet weekly (mostly) to read fiction in Yiddish. Group members select the readings which are usually short stories or novellas....

Community Passover Seder

Hellenic Cultural Center, 25 Bigelow Ave, Watertown, MA 02472, USA

In-Person & Live-Streamed //  Saturday, March 25, 2023 @ 4:30pm25 Bigelow Ave, Watertown, MA (Hellenic Cultural Center)SPACE IS LIMITED!  SIGN UP ASAP TO ENSURE YOUR SEAT!Get your...

Circle Book Group


This is an open group that welcomes all readers interested in expanding their understanding of the wide variety of Jewish experiences throughout history and across the...

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