Mel Cederbaum

Four Winters: A Story of Jewish Partisan Resistance and Bravery in WWII

The Toronto Workmen’s Circle Foundation is sponsoring “Four Winters: A Story of Jewish Partisan Resistance and Bravery in WWII”, at the 30th Toronto Jewish Film Festival. The full schedule is available at https://tjff.com/schedule/ The film may be viewed in person on Sunday June 12th at 4:00 pm at the Ted Rogers Hot Docs Cinema, 506

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Jill Culiner Lecture – January 23, 2022.

Jill Culiner – “A Contrary journey with Velvel Zharzher, Bard” Jill Culiner presents an online book talk about her new book: “A Contrary Journey with Velvel Zbarzher, Bard”. Description Jewish writers, actors, rebels and bards upended the 19th c Old Country. Campaigning for education and feedom of expression, they fought the religious stranglehold. Velvel Zbarzher

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Toronto Workmen’s Circle films at the 29th Toronto Jewish film Festival

On June 7 and June 8 2021 the Toronto Workmen’s Circle co-presents “The Mighty Ira”, a 2020 documentary about the life and work of Ira Glasser of the American Civil Liberties Union, along with “A Short Visit with Alan Borovoy”. On June 10 and June 11 2021 the Toronto Workmen’s Circle Foundation sponsors the Ontario

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Cognitive Imparement: Causes, Risk Factors, Treatment and Prevention

The Toronto Workmen’s Circle hosts a special Zoom lecture, entitled : Cognitive Imparement: Causes, Risk Factors, Treatment and Prevention by Dr. Morris Freedman. Professor, Department of Medicine (Neurology), U. of Toronto; Head, Division of Neurology, Medical Director, Cognitive and Behaviour, and Scientist, Rotman Institute, Baycrest Health Sciences. Sunday March 21, 2021 at 2:00 pm.  Registration is required. Please go

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