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If summer finds you with a little more time and space to think, read, and learn something new, CABI and Hadar's Project Zug have the perfect opportunity for you. There is something for everyone interested in growing their Jewish knowledge. Choose from over 30 online classes.  Need a study buddy, a zug/partner? Study with a friend, how about a CABI friend?  Or ask Project Zug to play matchmaker and find a new friend.

Use Registration Code CABI when you sign up and there is no charge for the course.  CABI has you covered.  Of course, if you'd like to make a donation to the Lifelong Learning fund, we'd be grateful as it allows us to continue to offer learning opportunities such as Project Zug, CABI Reads, scholars in residence, Shabbatons, lectures and events.  

Unfortunately, registration has closed for the summer cycle.  Please check back in the fall for the new cycle.  

Questions? Email Beth!



Yiddish Meister and longtime leader of CABI's Yiddishkeit Readers Group, Dan Ronfeld, is launching a new book club—CABI Reads. We hope to encourage more readers with diverse titles that expand beyond Yiddish in translation.

Expect to read from a rich slice of modern Jewish literature including nonfiction, fantasy, and memoir (see the first five books below, along with links to reviews). Books are available on special order locally from Rediscovered Books or from your favorite online site. And of course, experience the joy of kibbitzing and noshing as always! Registration ($18 for each CABI Reads session) will precede each meetup and will cover noshes and facilities.




Please contact Dan Ronfeld at if you have questions.

Our September 22 book

The Golem and the Jinni:
A Novel

by Helene Wecker

Kirkus review
NY Times review
Jewish Book Council interview 

Our December 15 book

Shtetl Love Song

by Grigory Kanovitch

LA Review of Books

Thu, July 7 2022 8 Tammuz 5782