Join us this spring for Passover events, Jewish culture, Yiddish, and social justice learning!
Is your family interested in exploring Jewish cultural identity, social justice, and Yiddish? Spring registration is available at a prorated amount for the Manhattan Workers Circle School, a secular Jewish education program for children ages 3-13 held Sundays 10:30 AM-1:00 PM at the Manny Cantor Center, 197 East Broadway.
Reach out to Education Manager Amanda Miller at email@example.com for more info!
Visit us online: www.circle.org/manhattan
Masks required for all, proof of vaccination required for ages 5 and up.
Our “shule” (Yiddish for school) brings together Jewish culture, social justice, and Yiddish language, and explores the rich resources of the Lower East Side. Spring field trips include an artist talk with Molly Crabapple at The Clemente and a visit to the Henry Street Settlement.
Based on the Lower East Side, 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 3-13
Yiddish language and culture
Family field trips
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