Programs

In 2015 we have prepared a series of meetings, that showed us the way of life of religious Jews.

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The aim of the "Shtetl of Tsanz – Young Ambassadors of Tolerance" programme is to prepare the young people of Nowy Sącz and Sądecczyzna region to independently act against stereotypes and antisemitism. We will create a group of selected 20 young people from the secondary and post-secondary schools, that will take part in the specialized, very interesting and attractive training touching upon the history of Jewish people, with particular reference to the former Jewish inhabitants of the Sądecczyzna region. Trips, workshops, interesting lectures, artistic activities – including joimnt work on a movie, handbook and exhibition – await young adepts of the course.

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The "Meeting Jewish holidays" series creates an unique opportunity to learn about Jewish ceremonies and traditions – it began in Nowy Sącz in 2014 by presenting the Purim holiday. In the series we have also presented the Pesach and Shavuot holidays. Soon we will present the Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot and Hanukkah.

The series is carried out thanks to the support of the Donators, in collaboration with the Voivodship Public Pedagogical Library Regional Museum in Nowy Sącz as well as with Beskid Hotel and Amax-Xero company.

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The "Autumn Yeshiva" is an educational programme aimed mainly at the youth. Outstanding experts researching Jewish history, culture and religion present the past of Polish Jews to the participants of the programme. Autumn Yeshiva also includes workshops during which young people enter the animated long-gone Jewish shtetls of Sądecczyzna. Educational events are accompanied by musical and artistic components. "Autumn Yeshiva" is organized in collaboration with Ada Sari Culture and Arts Centre in Stary Sącz.

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Together with historian Łukasz Połomski we learn about monuments in Nowy Sącz connected with Jewish history. 1st walk's topic was the Old Town before the war. The audience heard the stories of the most famous wise men, industrialists and ordinary Hasidim. They have walked the way from Nowy Sącz synagogue to the Bajs Nusn prayer house on Jagiellońska st., passing by remaining monuments and hearing about those that did not survive to modern times. In the next two walks our guides were also an ethusiast of Jeiwsh history of Nowy Sącz Ewa Andrzejewska and historian Artur Franczak.

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