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Prom in 6 days

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Prom is in 6 days and we can’t wait to celebrate with 450+ survivors. This is the largest number to date and we are so excited to celebrate life with all of you.


Prom 2 Weeks Away

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Tickets are selling out quickly.

If you would still like to be part of the evening, we invite you to make a small contribution in order to help send survivors to prom.


If you have any questions, please call the Senior Prom Hotline at 647 997- 7664

TIME CHANGE Yom Hashoah Ceremony: Roses to Remember | Sunday, April 27th, 2014 at 1:30PM | Bathurst Lawn Cemetery

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Dear Friends and Family,
The Yellow Rose Project is organizing a very unique Yom Hashoah ceremony on Sunday, April, 27th, 2014 at 1:00PM at the Bathurst Lawn Cemetery in the Lodz Centre section. 
Franka Kon, Holocaust survivor originally from Lodz, has always wanted to honour survivors passed with a single yellow rose; this is why the Yellow Rose Project is organizing the Roses to Remember ceremony.  Yellow roses will be distributed at the ceremony and guests are invited to rest them on tombs as a symbol of life and hope for the future of the Jewish people and of course, to honour their memory.  
For more details, email:

5th Annual Senior Prom: An Intergenerational Celebration of Life

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Save the Date: June 18th, 2014

Beth Avraham Yoseph Of Toronto Congregation (BAYT)
613 Clark Avenue West

Call 647-997-7664 to reserve  | *RSVP and Transportation Request by May 20th, 2014

YRP’s fundraising efforts cover the cost of survivors
$60.00 (non survivors) | Get your tickets now by clicking HERE
Option to Book a Table

For more details CLICK HERE

The Rite of Return: Canadian Jewish Artists and Contemporary Poland

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This unique program opens with tours of an exhibition featuring captivating images by architectural photographer and documentary filmmaker, David Kaufman, of contemporary Jewish sites in Poland. 

The evening continues with an animated roundtable panel discussion with David joined by other artists about the changing face of Poland, the resurgence of Jewish culture, and an increasing Canadian-Jewish connection. They will reflect on their recent experiences in Poland, which have inspired their new art projects.


David Kaufman, photographer
Michael Rubenfeld, theatre artist
Francine Zuckerman, filmmaker
Evelyn Tauben , curator and producer

Presented by The Polish Jewish Heritage Foundation of Canada

The tours start at 7 PM and 7:15 PM
Admission $8 PJHF members, $10 non-members
Light kosher refreshments will be served

This event is presented together with the exhibition THE POSTHUMOUS LANDSCAPE: JEWISH SITES OF MEMORY IN POLAND TODAY currently on view until April 6 at Beth Tzedec Congregation’s Reuben & Helene Dennis Museum together with Holocaust Education Week 2013, a program of the Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre.