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Events

Wed
18:00 h
26 Apr
2017

Integration of Kazimierz and Old Krakow in the second half of the 19th century A lecture by dr. Hanna Kozińska-Witt

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In this lecture dr. Hanna Kożińska -Witt focuses on how different neighborhoods and districts of Krakow were being combined into a single complex urban organism and what the local government’s first foray into the city’s Jewish Quarter looked like.
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In Polish. Free admission.

Mon
19:00 h
24 Apr
2017

Studying the Torah with Ewa Gordon. Book of Shemot with Rashi’s and Baal Haturim’s commentaries. Part 33.


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17. And the Lord said to Moses: "Even this thing that you have spoken, I will do, for you have found favor in My eyes, and I have known you by name." 18. And he said: "Show me, now, Your glory!" 19. He said: "I will let all My goodness...

Thu
18:00 h
20 Apr
2017

Recycling after Pesach. What can you do with matzo? Culinary workshops with Kasia Leonardi.

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Now that Pesach is over, you’re probably stuck with a lot of leftover matzo. Is turning it into matzo balls your only option? Or can you come up with something more creative and fun? Of course you can! Come to our culinary workshops to find out how.

Registration is required. Please...

Thu
18:00 h
06 Apr
2017

Hajnt: Is that how it happened? How much historical truth is in the Torah?

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Pesach (or Passover), a holiday that commemorates the liberation of the Israelites’ from slavery in Egypt, is just around the corner. But did it really happen? Was there really a parting of the Red Sea? Is that even possible? Did G-d actually give Moses the Ten Commandments during their wandering...

Wed
19:00 h
05 Apr
2017

"Israeli-American Relations," by Dr. Aaron T. Walter, Ph.D.

Dr. Aaron T. Walter, Ph.D., teaches International Relations at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic.

A trained political scientist, he researches, lectures and writes on the topic of the U.S. foreign policy with the focus on Israel, the U.S. - Israeli politics, the American presidency, and terrorism and security studies as...

Tue
18:00 h
04 Apr
2017

Judaism for All. Lecture by Rabbi Avi Baumol: "Legends and lessons of the Talmud: The Most Important Verse in the Torah"

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The Talmud means the oral explanations of the Torah over the course of thousands of years of Jewish history. Specifically it refers to a written body of Legal and moral teachings between the 2nd and 5th centuries in Israel and Babylonia by rabbinic scholars.
Each class will explore a rabbinic legend...

Tue
18:00 h
21 Mar
2017

Judaism for All. Lecture by Rabbi Avi Baumol: "Legends and lessons of the Talmud. How to read a page of the Talmud - analysis of the Babylonian Talmud Brachot, page 13a"

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The Talmud is a collection of oral commentaries of the Torah, amassed over the course of thousands of years of Jewish history. Specifically, it refers to legal and ethical instructions, recorded by rabbis of Israel and Babylonia between the II and IV centuries.
Each lecture in the Judaism for All series...

Sun
12:00 h
19 Mar
2017

Kosher cooking: hamantaschen.

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This time we will bake “Haman's ears” - cookies usually associated with and prepared for the Jewish holiday of Purim. We will also talk about Purim, which is sometimes called "Jewish carnival." Admission price: 10 zł. Registration is required: This email address is being protected from spambots.

Wed
18:00 h
15 Mar
2017

The opening of Mira Żelechower-Aleksiun exhibition

Read more...Discussion of the exhibition "Calendar of Memory (according to Bruno Schulz)" and conversation with the artist, Mira Żelechower-Aleksiun.

This series of paintings was inspired by creative collaboration with Double Edge Theater, a theater company based in Ashfield, Massachusetts, U.S.

For years the Double Edge ensemble had been interested in the...

Tue
18:00 h
14 Mar
2017

Judaism for All. Lecture by Rabbi Avi Baumol: "Legends and lessons of the Talmud. The Son of star or the son of lie - the story of Bar Kochba"

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The Talmud is a collection of oral commentaries of the Torah, amassed over the course of thousands of years of Jewish history. Specifically, it refers to legal and ethical instructions, recorded by rabbis of Israel and Babylonia between the II and IV centuries.
Each lecture in the Judaism for All series...