Yidish Vokh began in 1975 when Dr. Mordkhe Schaechter brought students from the advanced class from the Uril Weinreich Summer Program for a week in Camp Boiberik, so they could spend a week immersed in Yiddish. Since then the Yidish-vokh has evolved to become the only Yiddish-speaking vacation spot where students, families, and seniors from all levels of observancy can come together for a week to speak only Yiddish. Yidish-vokh is a legitimate need for families who raise their children in Yiddish because it gives the kids a chance to play with peers in Yiddish; an environment that is hard to come by today.
- Yiddish Vokh 2017 dates: August 16 – 22
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