Two sites feature summer learning
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Two sites feature summer learning

Beginning Tuesday, July 9, at 2 p.m., Congregation Sons of Israel in Nyack will hold three free summer lecture programs. The “Yiddish Culture Club” series meets on Tuesdays; “What Being Jewish Means to Me” meets on Wednesdays; “Jewish Roots of Early Christianity” meets Thursdays. The three series, led by education coordinator Esther Cember, continue through August 30. For more information call Helaine Ripps at (845) 358-3767 or email csi@optonline.net.

Temple Emanuel of the Pascack Valley will begin its new program, “Study in the Summer,” with beginning Hebrew reading for adults taught by Rabbi Shelley Kniaz, the shul’s director of congregational learning. The program is for anyone who has never learned to read Hebrew or feels it would be good to have a refresher course. It meets on Mondays through August 26, at 5 p.m., at the Woodcliff Lake shul. Students must buy the textbook; it can be downloaded and printed. Registration is required; email rabbikniaz@tepv.org.

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