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Ride For The Living - Warsaw Pre-Tour

Are you participating in the sixth annual Ride For The Living?
Why not join Taube Jewish Heritage Tours and JCC Krakow on a special three-day tour of Warsaw before the Ride?

The tour begins in Warsaw on Sunday, June 23, and ends in Krakow on Thursday, June 27, just in time for the Ride of the Living program and the final events of the Jewish Culture Festival.

Ride for The Living is a four-day event ...

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The Oneg Szabat Program

In Autumn 1940, a group of several dozen people living in the Warsaw Ghetto began to collect and edit an extensive account of the fate of Polish Jews under German occupation.

At that time they weren't yet aware that increasing persecution will develop into mass extermination of their nation, and that the work which they decided to pursue will become the most important testimony of the Holocaust. They held their meetings on Saturdays, hence the name Oneg Shabbat – "the joy of Sabbath" in Hebrew.

The Jewish Historical Institute and the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland in 2017 launched the ONEG SZABAT PROGRAM in order to continue dr. Ringelblum and his associates' calling – to save the memory of people who perished in the Holocaust.

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Embark on an unforgettable culinary and historical journey through Jewish Poland and Lithuania

History, Heritage & Herring explores Jewish Eastern Europe through a distinctive culinary lens, taking participants to some of the most culturally rich and dynamic places in all of Jewish history. We will visit sites of major landmarks and Jewish heritage, as well as markets, restaurants, farms, forests, and breweries, where we will sample, learn about, and make some of the foods and drinks that added color and flavor to Jewish life in pre-war Europe.
Discover what contemporary Polish and Lithuanian cuisines owe to the legacy of Jewish cooks, bakers, and spice traders. Explore the regional terroir through cooking workshops with local experts and our three extraordinary trip leaders.

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