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Sunday, March 18 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Games Jewish Children Played Long Ago

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Imagine playing delightful games that your great-grandma or great-grandpa played when all the young cousins were gathered together for Pesach! We will play many different games that Jewish children played long ago. Some will involve nuts in their shell (walnuts, Brazil nuts, and hazelnuts). Others will be playful songs or games like hide-and-search/hot-and-cold sprinkled with a bisl (a little) Yiddish. The games will be geared to children ages 4-6, but parents are welcome to listen and learn.

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Melanie Ehrlich

Melanie Ehrlich from Shir Chadash and Tulane Medical School (Professor of Human Genetics) is a devotee of Yiddish, although a novice. At the 2014 LimmudFest, she taught a class on the history and linguistics of Yiddish. Her other performance experience, besides science teaching and... Read More →


Sunday March 18, 2018 10:15am - 11:15am
Room 129b, JCC