[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements--KlezKamp registration

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Tue Dec 11 12:54:29 EST 2012


Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements

December 9, 2012

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From: <klezkamp at hvc.rr.com>

Subject: Registration open for 28th Annual

It is with great joy and happiness that I write to announce the
opening of registration for our 28th Annual KlezKamp: The Yiddish Folk
Arts Program. With our theme this year "Humor" we embark on a great
tour of what was one of the cornerstones of Jewish creativity and
survival. Please join us.  As usual our theme rich programming is more
than matched by numerous classes in Yiddish music, dance, folklore,
language and crafts taught by the world's greatest exponents of
Yiddish culture. New to us this year is Rabbi Moishe Waldocks
co-author of the classic "The Big Book of Jewish Humor" and director
Roberta Grossman whose critically acclaimed  new film "Hava Nagilah,
What Is It?" (which was partially filmed at last year's KlezKamp) will
be shown at KlezKamp.

Please take a moment to contact our office at
info at livingtraditions.org to order a hard copy of our brochure or,
much simpler: just go to our website at
http://www.klezkamp.org/docs/index_kk.htm and register online, we
await your application and having you join us in the Catskills.

Henry Sapoznik Director/Founder KlezKamp:

The Yiddish Folk Arts Program

Director Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture University of

   Wisconsin, Madison


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