[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements--2019 Yiddish classes at Workmen's Circle

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Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements
Date: Jan. 10, 2019

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From: NBorodulin at circle.org
Date: Jan. 10, 2019

Schedule of 2019 Yiddish classes at the Workmen’s Circle is already on our

Join our international community of Yiddishists online, or take an
in-person class at our Midtown Manhattan Headquarters. Students of all
levels are welcome to our 37 classes taught by KHAY = 18 distinguished

In-person and live online classes feature an all-star lineup of teachers
including Avraham Lichtenbaum, Yitskhok Niborski, Sheva Zucker, Gennady
Estraikh, Michael Wex, David Fishman, Boris Sandler, Miriam Trinh, Dov-Ber
Kerler, David Braun, Paula Teitelbaum, Eve Jochnowitz, Yanl-Peretz Blum,
Isaac Bleaman, Miriam Koral, Natalia Krynicka. Noah Barrera and Kolya

Click here for full descriptions and schedules:
Yiddish Language - The Workmen's Circle - The Workmen's Circle

The Workmen’s Circle is New York’s leading center for Yiddish language
instruction, and the largest provider of Yiddish language classes in the
U.S. outside of academic institutions.

Register online today:
Spaces are going quickly. Register soon!

Questions? Contact Kolya Borodulin, Workmen’s Circle Director for Yiddish
Programming: nborodulin at circle.org, (212) 889-6800 ext. 806, or Noah
Barrera, Yiddish Coordinator, ext. 817

Nikolai Borodulin
Director for Yiddish Programming
247 West 37th Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY  10018
212.889.6800, Extension 806

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