Hold the Date – 2011 Holocaust Education Week event

Co-sponsored by the Toronto Workmen's Circle, Committee for Yiddish UJA Federation &  Friends of Yiddish in Toronto.                                                                                  Sunday November 6 at 2:00pm At the Workmen's Circle Centre – 471 Lawrence Ave W                                    Dr. Goldie Morgentaler The Yiddish-Canadian Writer in the Post-Holocaust World: A Tribute to Chava Rosenfarb Dr. Goldie Morgentaler will discuss …

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The Toronto Workmen’s Circle hosts book launch

You are invited to the book launch for    One Foot in America          by Yuri Suhl Published by Now and Then Books   Sunday May 29, 2011 1:30pm Workmen’s Circle Centre 471 Lawrence Ave W. No Reservations.                       Refreshments     Description Originally published in 1950, Suhl’s autobiographical novel depicts the author’s experience as a …

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Toronto Workmen’s Circle hosts 68th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Join us Sunday April 17, 2011 at 11:00am       at the Workmen's Circle Centre,              471 Lawrence Ave W     (Bathurst and Lawrence intersection) for a program of Ghetto songs and poems with special guest speaker, from Montreal, Raizel Candib. View or print event flyer for more details Admission is free. No reservation is required.

Toronto Workmen’s Circle Screens “The World Was Ours”

Sunday March 27 at 2:00pm : the screening of  : The World Was Ours   There is no admission but you must contact the office to reserve. Call 416 787-2081 or email wcarto@yahoo.com. For more information, please select the adjacent  link  to view/print  the film flyer.     Film information


  The Toronto Workmen's Circle will celebrate its 100th anniversary on the weekend of November 14th and 15th.   Saturday Nov 14th, in the evening, we will present a Yiddishland Cafe style concert, reprising "The Yiddish Radio Hour", featuring Theresa Tova, David Gale, Mozes Kanatkin, Martin van de Ven, Alan Cole, and others. Sunday Nov …

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