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Native speaker who teaches Yiddish language. Leads Yiddish literature classes (in translation) through JCC Sonoma County, which will resume when participants can once again meet in person.

 Yiddish Language Teachers & Translators /  Sonoma County

The “Singing Jewish Cowboy,” Scott comes from a secular left-wing Jewish agricultural community near Petaluma, where Yiddish culture and activism for social justice were very important. He has worked in agriculture all his life, mainly on cattle ranches. Sings country, folk and cowboy songs, but Yiddish “shtetl folksongs,” sung to...

 Performers, Yiddish Choruses, Singers & Song Leaders /  Sonoma County

Menu includes pastrami (Montreal-style) and corned beef, knishes, latkes, chicken kreplach, potato vareniki. Deserts include rugelach and babka. "We're trying to interpet Jewish cuisine with Sonoma products and a wine country mindset."

 Ashkenazic Food /  Sonoma County

KlezCalifornia has been informed of the passing of Sonia Tubridy on November 26, 2021. We will post memorial information when we receive it.   Band specializing in traditional Old World Klezmer and Israeli dance music. Also swing and old standards. Sonia Tubridy, accordion; Paul Alexander, clarinet; Gus Garelick, mandolin and...

 Performers /  Sonoma County

Gale Kissin, a.k.a. Gishe Reyzl, is a Yiddish folksinger and guitarist.

 Performers, Yiddish Choruses, Singers & Song Leaders /  Sonoma County

Klezmer and Israeli music, and some bluegrass at events large or small

 Performers /  Sonoma County

Gale Kissin, vocals; Suzanne Shanbaum, guitar; Rhonda Findling, percussion.

 Performers /  Sonoma County

We strive to make the highest quality bagels using traditional bagel making techniques and the best ingredients. Our bagels are made with fresh flour, whole grains, and fermented with a sourdough starter. We use local and organic produce, dairy, and grains.  Closed Monday and Tuesday.

 Ashkenazic Food /  Sonoma County

Occasional Yiddish literature in translation classes led by Loretta Denner will resume once we can meet in person again.

 Yiddish Language & Culture – Informal Learning /  Sonoma County