Workmen’s Circle / Arbeter Ring
The Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring fosters Jewish identity and participation in Jewish life through Jewish, especially Yiddish, culture and education, friendship, mutual aid and the pursuit of social and economic justice.
Jack Greminger, Ohio District Chairperson
Workmen’s Circle is a multi-generational community that preserves our heritage by presenting performances of our treasures of Jewish music, literature and drama and art in both English and Yiddish.
- Yiddish and cultural programs (concerts, speakers, movies, workshops)
- Holiday programs (Chanukah, Passover Seder, High Holiday services)
- Social Action Program (health benefits, food pantry)
- Yiddish language classes for adults and children
- Cemetery benefits
Workmen’s Circle Adult Yiddish Class
Yiddish Classes for beginner and intermediate taught by Cyrla Ejbszyc.
Workmen’s Circle Peretz Sunday School
I. L. Peretz Sunday School sponsored by Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring, is open to all families, especially those unaffiliated seeking a Jewish education for children in Kindergarten – 7th Grade.
Workmen’s Circle The Circle Klezmer Orchestra
The Workmen’s Circle Klezmer Orchestra, formed in 1995, is comprised of almost 40 volunteer players who share a love of Klezmer. The Klezmer Orchestra’s repertoire includes not only Klezmer music, but also Yiddish folk and theater songs.