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Hebrew Classes

 

Join us for fun conversational classes of Hebrew for beginners with our experienced teacher Orli Moses.

When: Thursdays, beginning on August 22, ending on September 12, 7 to 8 p.m. PT  (10 p.m. CT., 11 p.m. ET)  on Zoom

Course on Judeo-Spanish

This new Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) course is based on Sephardic tales

When: Tuesdays, July 16th – August 20th, 10-11 a.m.  PT on Zoom

Yiddishland Stronger Together Support Group

 

The invitation calls for a community gathering to address the emotional toll of war.

When:  upcoming session on Monday July 22 at 7:30 p.m.

Featured Artist

 

Our featured artist of the month is Miriam Libhaber. Schedule a visit to see her artwork and meet the artist!

Hebrew Classes

 

Join us for fun conversational classes of Hebrew for beginners with our experienced teacher Orli Moses.

When: Thursdays, beginning on August 22, ending on September 12, 7 to 8 p.m. PT  (10 p.m. CT., 11 p.m. ET)  on Zoom

Course on Judeo-Spanish

This new Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) course is based on Sephardic tales

When: Tuesdays, July 16th – August 20th, 10-11 a.m.  PT on Zoom

Yiddishland Stronger Together Support Group

 

The invitation calls for a community gathering to address the emotional toll of war.

When:  upcoming session on Monday July 22 at 7:30 p.m.  

Featured Artist

 

Our featured artist of the month is Miriam Libhaber. Schedule a visit to see her artwork and meet the artist!

Who We Are 

While we were verklempt to pack up and shutter our downtown La Jolla cultural center after almost three wonderful years there, we are excited to now focus on the creation of cross-border Yiddish arts and culture projects. We are also busy digitizing our collection and growing our network in our new abode in Baja California. As we schlep between Mexico and the US, we find communities in need of artistic and cultural engagement. With this in mind, we are developing a Yiddishland art-immersion program for children and families on both sides of the border.

We are committed to the preservation and advancement of Yiddish language and culture. Globally, cultural identity is changing rapidly, and sometimes we lose the beauty of personal, familial, and societal meaning. If human continuity were a tree, the children of the world would be its fresh branches and Yiddish would be one of its nourishing roots.

Yiddishland California tours are by appointment. Feel free to book a tour here below.

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What We Offer 

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