[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--YIDDISH LECTURE AND SONG THIS SUNDAY IN THE BRONX
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Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements
Nov. 30, 2011
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Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 17:42:51 -0500
From: Itzik Gottesman <gottesman at yiddish.forward.com>
Subject: YIDDISH LECTURE AND SONG THIS SUNDAY IN THE BRONX
Ir zent hartsik farbetn dem zuntik, dem 4tn Detsember 1:30 bay tog tsu
hern in interestante lekstye funLyber Katz af yidish"Der dor vos hot
farloyrn zany moyre". Zayn tate Moyshe Katz iz geven an onfirer fun der
yidisher kultur bemeshekh fun der ershter helft 20stn yorhundert, un Lyber
hot ibergezetst zayn tatns zikhroynes af english.
In der muzikalisher program - Meyshke Alpert in a program fun alte
rusish-yidishe un sovetish-yidishe lider.
In Sholem-Aleichem-kultur-tsenter , 3301 Bainbridge Avenue, Bronx rog
208te gas, lebn dem Montefiore-shpitol.
You are invited to a Yiddish lecture by Lyber Katz, sunday Dec. 4th, 1:30
"The Generation that lost its Fear".
Lyber translated the memoirs of his father Moyshe Katz who was an active
revolutionary in Russia and leader of Yiddish culture in the US for half a
In the musical program: Michael Alpert - yiddish songs of tsarist Russia
and the Soviet Union.
Sholem-Aleichem-Cultural Center 3301 Bainbridge Avenue, Bronx NY corner
208th st. one block from Montefiore Hospital.
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