Through educational, cultural and engagement programs, the Committee for Yiddish, UJA Federation fosters and promotes Yiddish language and culture - indeed the entire Ashkenaz tradition - as a vibrant part of contemporary Jewish life and as a vital link between the Jewish past and future.
The Committee for Yiddish is supported by UJA Federation of Greater Toronto
Looking to explore a unique Jewish culture through language? The opportunity to LEARN YIDDISH ONLINE is here.
Whether you’re looking to connect with your family’s heritage, act out a Yiddish play, or study Yiddish texts as a fluent speaker, we’ve got a class for everyone!
A new spring semester of online Yiddish language classes will start the week of April 23. Registration is now open. Sign up today!
We're bringing you EXCITING PROGRAMS about Yiddish language and culture featuring Yiddish scholars from Canada and around the world.
May 7, 1:00pm ET - Online talk, "The Rediscovery of Yiddish Women Writers: Frieda Forman in Conversation with Vivian Felsen"
Missed one of our programs? Visit our ARCHIVE to watch recordings of our past lectures and events!
VIEW OUR LATEST PROGRAMS:
"Jewish Dance in the Hasidic Tradition," Yiddish-language talk with Eli Benedict.
"Yiddish Voices of Kensington Part II" with Vivian Felsen
Prof. Joshua Fogel in Conversation with Prof. Kalman Weiser, on the Translation of the Leksikon fun der nayer yidisher literatur