The Catskills, alive with the sounds of Yiddish

11/28/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

An immersion course in the Catskills is helping to preserve all things Yiddish, with more than 50 language, dance, music and other courses drawing people from as far away as Germany and the Netherlands. The KlezKamp gathering typically lasts a week and gives participants, not all of whom are Jewish, an opportunity to learn a language that now is spoken mostly among the Hasidim.

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