Join Workers Circle’s Secular Jewish Sunday School for a joyful in-person reopening this fall!
Is your family interested in exploring Jewish cultural identity, social justice, and Yiddish? Registration is now open for the Manhattan Workers Circle School, a secular Jewish education program for children ages 2-13 held Sundays 10:30 AM-1:00 PM at the Manny Cantor Center, 197 East Broadway. We are excited to return in-person for a fun, safe program that combines classroom time with outdoor learning, play and exploration of the rich cultural resources of the Lower East Side.
RSVP HERE FOR OPEN HOUSE & FIRST DAY: SUNDAY, SEPT 19, 10:30 AM-1:00 PM.
Weather permitting, we will start the day at 10:30 AM outside Seward Park Library (across the street from Manny Cantor Center). Masks required for all, proof of vaccination required for ages 12 and up. Please bring a snack for your kids.
Open House Schedule:
10:30-11:00 Gather outside Seward Park Library (right across the street from Manny Cantor Center), for klezmer music, movement, and introductions
11:00-11:45 Class 1 for kids–prospective students welcome!
11:45-12:15 Snack and outdoor play at Seward Park playground
12:15-1:00 Class 2 for kids–prospective students welcome!
Questions? Email shule director Beth Zasloff: email@example.com.
Our “shule” (Yiddish for school) invites families to build a contemporary Jewish identity rooted in an exploration of cultural heritage and a search for justice. We are a welcoming community of multifaith, multiracial families with diverse gender identities, family structures, and Jewish journeys, from across the greater NYC area.
Classes for children ages 2-13
Yiddish language and culture
Family field trips
Teen community service and activism opportunities
Hear from our parents:
“Shule has taught us how to hope and dream and fight for justice in really hard times.”
—BETH AND RACHEL, Brooklyn parents
“Our child really loves the combination of hands-on learning, Yiddish music and song, family recipe cooking classes, and its big family atmosphere.”
—LARISSA AND TYLER, Lower East Side parents
“When we get to engage with other families and my daughter sees all of the people and generations connected through Yiddish language and culture – especially at our shule which is very diverse – she and I are able to be all of ourselves at once.”
—JUDITH, Upper West Side parent
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