Join the Manhattan Workers Circle School this fall for Jewish culture, Yiddish, and social justice learning!
Is your family interested in exploring Jewish cultural identity, social justice, and Yiddish?
Join us this school year at 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.
We will be hosting an open house on September 18, 2022. Masks and proof of vaccination required.
Reach out to Education Manager Amanda Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
Visit us online: www.circle.org/manhattan
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. Led by dynamic educators who are also acclaimed artists, musicians, Yiddishists and activists, our learning program digs deep into cultural roots, values children as change makers and cultural creators, and centers voices often marginalized in Jewish life.
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
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