[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices and announcements--Intensive Weekend for Advanced Students: Yiddish in Goles – Boston

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Sept. 9, 2014

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 From: sczucker at aol.com
Subject: Intensive Weekend for Advanced Students: Yiddish in Goles – Boston


Yiddish Follows the English
Intensive Weekend for Advanced Students: Yiddish in Goles – Boston

October 31-November 3, 2014 Dr.  Sheva Zucker  and Lillian Leavitt will be
offering an intensive Yiddish weekend under the auspices of the Workmen’s
Circle for intermediate and advanced Yiddish students. This will be a total
immersion experience with two of the most beloved Yiddish teachers in
America. The weekend will consist of grammar, conversation and readings
from Yiddish literature. (The exact curriculum will be decided based on the
When: Friday evening, October 31 through Monday, November 3, 2 P.M.
Shorter Friday to Sunday evening option available.
Where: Boston (Newton Center) , MA
Cost: $285 -  Friday to Monday;  $230 - Friday to Sunday.
A number of low budget rooms are available at the nearby Andover Newton
Theological School/Hebrew College: $55 a night, $45 (no bedding or towels).
Some home hospitality may be available.

Minimum: 15 students
Maximum: 25 students
For the schedule and more about Sheva Zucker: http://shevazucker.com. More
about Lillian Leavitt: www.circleboston.org
For information and registration: Contact Sheva Zucker: sczucker at aol.com.
Please indicate interest by September 12.
Deadline: September 19, 2014.

Intensiver Yidish-sof-vokh: Yidish in goles
Dem 31stn Oktober biz dem 3tn November 2014 veln Sheve Tsuker un Leye Levit
onfirn mit an intensivn Yidish-sof-vokh far mitndike un vaythalter-studentn
untern partronat fun dem bostoner Arbeter-ring. Der sof-vokh (af velkhen ir
vet zikh in gantsn oyslebn af Yidish) vet koylel zayn gramatik, literatur
un shmuesn af Yidish. (Dem genoyen lernplan vet ersht bashlosn vern bazirt
af di kentenishn fun di aplikantn.)
Ven – Far shabes, dem 31stn Oktober biz Montik, dem 3tn November, 2 a
zeyger nokh mitog
Vu – Boston (Nyuton-Tsenter), Mas’
Vifl – Fraytik biz montik $285; Fraytik biz zuntik $230
A tsol bilike tsimern zaynen rezervirt far undz in der Andover Nyuton
Teologisher Shul/Hebru-Koledzh
$55 a a nkht
$45 on betgevant un hantekher
Privat hakhnoses-orkhim vet efsher oykh zayn meglekh.

Minimum: 15 studentn   Maximum: 25 studentn
Tsu zen dem tsaytplan un nokh vegn der lererin Sheve Tsuker: shevazucker.com.
Far Leye Levit: www.circleboston.org

Informatsye un registratsye: sczucker at aol.com
Termin: Zayt azoy gut un zayt in kontakt biz dem 10tn September.
Registratsye-termin: dem 19tn September

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