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Sunday, February 15 • 4:30pm - 5:45pm

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Join the entire Limmud NY family for a celebration of this amazing community! Hosted by David Wolkin, and featuring storytelling and live art from Peninnah Schram and Elke Reva Sudin, and musical performances from Mama Doni and the Camp Ramah at Limmud NY Choir and Zusha! Seating is limited and on a first-come-first-served basis.


Doni Zasloff (Mama Doni)

Doni Zasloff (aka Mama Doni) is a mom, music teacher, songwriter, and lead singer in The Mama Doni Band, honored with a 2011 Parents Choice® Award for their CD, Shabbat Shaboom, and winner of the Simcha Award for “Inspiring Joy Through Music”. Mama Doni celebrates Jewish culture... Read More →

Peninnah Schram

Storyteller Peninnah Schram is a professor of Speech and Drama at Yeshiva University. She has authored twelve books of Jewish folktales, including Jewish Stories One Generation Tells Another. The book Mitzvah Stories: Seeds for Inspiration and Learning was published in her honor... Read More →

Elke Sudin

Elke Reva Sudin is a visual artist inspired by cross-cultural intersections as they converge with her Jewish identity. She received acclaim for her “Hipsters & Hassids” series and has been featured in The NY Times, Haaretz, & EL PAÍS. She received a BFA in Illustration from Pratt... Read More →

David Wolkin

David Wolkin is the Director of Communications at AVODAH as well as an educator, facilitator, writer, and storyteller. He has worked in the Jewish world in a diverse range of settings since 2002, including Limmud NY (of which he is quite proud). Outside of his Jewish work, he very... Read More →


Zusha was formed in the East Village of New York City by three neo-Hasidic friends with little enthusiasm for college and a great passion for music. Borrowing lines from ancient liturgy, Zusha’s music is a blend of folk, jazz, reggae, ska, gypsy swing, and traditional Jewish soul... Read More →

Sunday February 15, 2015 4:30pm - 5:45pm EST

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