SAVE THE DATE!! — ASL-interpreted Purim Night Experience (Mar23)

For many years, it’s been a Town & Village (T&V) Synagogue (
tradition to offer an ASL-interpreted Purim Night experience with a
Deaf-hearing team, and we’re doing it again in 2024 so we hope that YOU’ll be
joining us then, too!

WHAT: A “hybrid” Service (interpreters will be in person AND visible on Zoom
to those who can’t join us in the Sanctuary) with a full reading from Megillat
Esther (Yes, it’s the whole Megillah! <groan>), and a Shpiel (skit), too!
WHEN: Services start at 7:45 PM EDT (GMT-5) on Purim Night, Saturday, March
WHERE: Town & Village (T&V) Synagogue (, 334 East 14th Street,
between 1st and 2nd Avenues in Manhattan…or on your nearest Zoom-capable
device (For security reasons, meeting information will be sent out a few days
beforehand to those who’ve responded in advance as shown below)
WHO: Jon Lamberton and Bram Weiser, with Aleksandr Rozentsvit, and their work
will be underwritten thanks to UJA-Federation of New York’s Jewish Community
Deaf Interpreter Fund
TO ATTEND IN PERSON: T&V highly encourages and strongly recommends that
everyone stay up to date with their COVID vaccinations and wear masks in the
building.  (Please also RSVP via email to Bram at to let us
know you’re coming.)
TO ATTEND VIA ZOOM: Please RSVP via email to Bram at with
the names and email addresses of those who’d like to attend.  We’ll take care
of the rest!

For those so inclined, costumes are heartily encouraged, too!

For additional information, please contact Bram at or (212)

Thanks, and we’ll hope to see you there!

(Schedule is subject to change.)

P.S.  Coming soon…more ASL-interpreted Services, so please keep your eyes
open for details as they become available, or contact Bram directly to find
out more!

P.P.S.  ASL interpreters are available at T&V when requests are made in
advance.  Please contact Bram Weiser ( for more

P.P.P.S.  Want to see what a previous ASL-interpreted Purim Service was like?:

*** T&V’s ASL Fund is proud to have won the Schechter Award from United
Synagogue of Conservative Judaism’s Metropolitan New York District for its
efforts in funding ASL interpretations of Jewish Services and Life-Cycle
Events for the last 18+ years. ***