We’re thrilled to announce that, for the twelfth time, we’ll be providing ASL
interpretation for the annual Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)
Commemoration being presented by Downtown Jewish Life, a collection of
Synagogues in Lower Manhattan that includes us at Town & Village (T&V,
www.tandv.org), and hope that you can join us!

• WHAT: The ceremony will include remarks from Rabbis from several area
Synagogues, along with songs from the Cantors and Choirs of those Synagogues,
Memorial Prayers, and remarks from a Guest Speaker.
• WHEN: 7:00 PM — 8:15 PM ET (GMT-5) on Monday, May 6th
• WHERE: Brotherhood Synagogue, 28 Gramercy Park South in Manhattan, NOT at
• WHO: Organized by Downtown Jewish Life; Interpreters are Jane Adler &
Kathleen Taylor, whose work will be underwritten thanks to UJA-Federation of
New York’s Jewish Community Deaf Interpreting Fund.
• TO ATTEND IN PERSON: Please visit
https://www.brotherhoodsynagogue.org/event/yom-hashoah-2024.html and register
for free.  (Please also RSVP via email to Bram at bramweiser@usa.net to let us
know you’re coming.)
• TO ATTEND REMOTELY: We’re trying to arrange for the livestream to include
the interpreters in their own window.  If you’re unable to attend in person,
but might want to join us remotely if that can indeed happen, then please
email Bram at bramweiser@usa.net with the names and email addresses of those
who’d like to do so, and we’ll let you know if it actually becomes feasible. 
We apologize that this isn’t confirmed yet though we’re working to try to make
it so.

For additional information, please contact Bram at bramweiser@usa.net or (212)

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

(Schedule is subject to change.)

P.S.  Coming soon…more ASL-interpreted Services & Events…so please keep
your eyes open for more 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 (bramweiser@usa.net) for more information.

*** 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. ***