Yiddish for Dogs

You’ve read about it in the New York Times, now experience it for yourself! Back by popular demand, we will be holding our second Yiddish for Dogs event in Central Park. Over the course of one hour, attendees will learn how to teach their best friends to respond to commands like zits (sit) and shtai (stay). You and your bester fraynd (best friend) READ MORE »

Get Your Yiddish On! East Meets West

Yiddishists, performers, and scholars of Yiddish music, Dr. Diana Matut and Andreas Schmitges, will discuss the intersection of Yiddish culture and music in Eastern and Western Germany, sing songs and schmooze about their individual experiences in the worlds of Yiddish culture through music and Andreas will tell stories in memory of the late, beloved Pesakh Fiszman. Free for WC members READ MORE »

Menashe Screening

Due to overwhelming demand, our screening of Menashe is now FULL! We will not be accepting any further registrations at this time, and will be unable to accept walk-ins at the door.  If you would like to be added to our list for news about a future screening of Menashe in the coming months, please fill out this form: READ MORE »

Yiddish for Dogs

You’ve read about it in the New York Times, now experience it for yourself! Over the course of one hour, attendees will learn how to teach their best friends to respond to commands like zits (sit) and shtai (stay). You and your bester fraynd (best friend) will receive doggy bags with kikhl (cookies) and bandanas asking whether your pup is a meshugena or a mensch.  Click here to READ MORE »

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