ASL-interpreted “Shofar In The Streets”
We’re thrilled to announce that sign language (ASL) interpretation will be provided on Rosh Hashanah for an opportunity to experience a public blowing of the Shofar, and hope that you can join us!
WHAT: A public Shofar-blowing on Rosh Hashanah’s 2nd Day
WHEN: 4:00 PM — 4:30 PM on Sunday, September 20th
WHERE: Town & Village (T&V) Synagogue (www.tandv.org), 334 East 14th Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues in Manhattan, on the sidewalk
WHO: Bram Weiser, whose work will be underwritten thanks to UJA-Federation of New York’s Jewish Community Deaf Interpreter Fund
*** Please note: Mask-wearing and social distancing rules WILL be observed, so please remember to wear yours and stay at least six (6) feet from other people who’ll be joining us. Also, unfortunately, we won’t be able to actually touch the blowing Shofar this time for the same reason. Sorry about that. ***
For additional information, please visit https://www.ujafedny.org/api/v2/assets/791264 (only T&V’s 14th Street session will be interpreted), or contact Bram at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 677-0368v.
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 (email@example.com) 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 14+ years. ***