[Mendele] MENDELE PERSONAL NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENTS--Yiddishland this summer

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Thu May 5 18:41:04 EDT 2016


Date: May 5, 2016

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From: Nikolai Borodulin <nborodulin at circle.org>
Date: Apr 26

Are you a university student? Then you get a special discount for Trip to
Yiddishland, our 7 day, 6 night summer retreat in scenic Dutchess County.
This $300 student fee includes dorm lodging, classes and meals.

Trip to Yiddishland features your choice of Yiddish language classes or
klezmer instruction, plus Yiddish theater & song workshops, concerts,
dancing & entertainment, as well as full pool & waterfront access—our
favorite spot for bonfires

All are welcome, from absolute beginners to advanced Yiddish speakers.
Register today! Email us to learn more: Yiddishland at circle.org

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