[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--International Association of Yiddish Clubs (IAYC) conference in April

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Thu Mar 4 19:49:54 EST 2010

Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements

March 4, 2010

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From: Philip Kutner fishl at derbay.org
Subject: IAYC conference ,April 23-26, 2010

The 13th International Association of Yiddish Clubs (IAYC) conference will 
be held at the Westin Hotel in Millbrae, April 23-26, 2010, near the San 
Francisco Airport. The 100 member clubs from the U.S. Canada, Israel, 
South Africa and Spain, invite all Yiddish-lovers to share with 
world-class, teachers, speakers, entertainers and to visit the array of 
exhibitor/vendor booths.

Among the key programs will be those by Motl Rosenbush and Yugntruf, Prof. 
Yoshiji Hirose, from Japan, the foremost Yiddish webmasters, Refoyl Finkel 
and Iosif Vaisman, Zachary Baker, Jack Berger, Hy Berman, Kolye Borodulin, 
Vivian Felsen, Frank and Troim Handler, Henry Hollander, Neil Jacobs, 
Miriam Koral, Hilda Rubin, Diana and Joel Schechter, Shelby Shapiro, Rukhl 
Zucker, and Barney Zumoff.

We also shall host the International Association of Yiddish Teachers 
(IAYT) in-formation. Last year it was at the IAYC conference in La Jolla, 
California. Heading the list of Master Teacher demonstration classes will 
be Sheva Zucker, Chava Lapin, and Rukhl Schaechter Ejdelman.
Each evening after the banquet there will be three acts of first class 
Yiddish entertainment with the best of local and national musicians, 
singers, dancers, and comedians featuring Adrienne Cooper with Cantors 
Herschel and Judy Fox.

Updated conference information can be found at www.derbay.org/millbrae or 
call Fishl at Der Bay, 650-349-6946

Philip "Fishl" Kutner
1128 Tanglewood Way
San Mateo, CA 94403
Phone: 650-349-6946

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