Next Sunday marks the annual European Day of Jewish Culture — a continent-wide celebration that encompasses a wide variety of events in more than two dozen countries. This year the unifying general theme is “Jewish Languages.”
The EDJC has expanded to the point where it is celebrated over several days in some places — and on other single days in other places.
In Italy, for example, where scores of events take place up and down the peninsula, the EDJC will be marked on September 18, rather than September 4. (See the program HERE).
Far too many events in far too many countries are taking place for us to list more than a few — we put some specific events on our calendar.
Events range from exhibits to concerts to conferences to performances to guided tours, food tastings, symposia, book fairs, publications and more.
We urge you to check out the full programs of participating countries on the web site of the AEPJ Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage.