Marta

14.06.2016

Rodzaj trasy: Kulturalna
Forma transportu: pieszo
Długość trasy: do_2_godzin

Jewish culture „live”!

So you find yourself at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, a bit overwhelmed but satisfied with the great exhibition presenting over 1000 years of history of Jews in Poland. Now you feel like some modern Jewish life, maybe even like engaging in a modern Jewish cultural event... the good news is, the place you're looking for is within a walking distance - if you're a sportive type and enjoy a roughly 35min long strolls, or within a 15 minute bus ride for those who had enough walking already ;) Just take a bus line 111 or 180 from the bus stop "Nalewki-Muzeum" right in front of the Museum, get off at Foksal, go through the gate next to the "Petit Appetit" cafe and once you pass the Patchwork hostel you will see us and be home!) If you feel like joining a concert, a lecture, a havdalah party, a delicious kosher Sunday brunch or just getting to know what the modern Jewish life in Warsaw is like - pop in the JCC Warsaw at Chmielna 9A! You need to chill out with a (kosher) coffee and check your emails - JCC is your place! We're open Monday through Thursday between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday between 10 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Don't be a stranger! <3 #jccwarszawa Jewish Community of Warsaw – JCC Warsaw is a project of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), the world’s leading Jewish humanitarian assistance organisation, which works to alleviate poverty and strengthen Jewish life in more than 70 countries and in Israel. JCC Warsaw is all about Jewish informal education. We offer educational activities for kids, family workshops, lectures and meet-ups for adults. We put all our efforts into making JCC Warsaw a welcoming place, where one can spend his or her free time surrounded by friendly atmosphere, discover Jewish culture and develop their Jewish identity. Who is JCC Warsaw for? For all people having Jewish roots and background, for their families and relatives, but also their non-Jewish friends interested in our culture.