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victor.bers at yale.edu
Mon Jul 5 21:03:45 EDT 2010
Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements
July 5, 2010
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Esther & David Cukierman, from Montevideo, Uruguay .
davisc at adinet.com.uy
Subject: Looking for Yiddish activities near Miami Beach on next
We both were born in Uruguay and are very active in our Ashkenazy Kehila
Yiddish Club . We'll be in Miami only for a few days, ( before and after
boarding a Cruise) , next Saturday June 26th and next July from Sunday
4th up to Thursday 7th .I have been looking in the internet for any
Yiddish activity near Miami Beach for this dates, perhaps klezmer music /
Yiddish theater / Club or Open air Yiddish meeting , that we could attend
while beeing there .
Perhaps nothing will happen in Yiddish in the middle of the summer in
that neighboorhood , or may be I don' t know where to look in the
Does anybody know about any scheduled Yiddish event near Miami Beach for
those days ?
Thanks for your help.
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