Our Kompot series travels to the Russian-speaking Jewish families of Long Island this Summer! Join us for a live sand art performance followed by crafts and brunch. And tell your Long Island/ Queens friends.
Sasha and Masha are great friends — until a misunderstanding gets in the way. Aiy ya yai! How will they reconcile their differences?
A sand art performance (in Russian with a sprinkle of Yiddish) for the whole family by our very own incredible artist Lopatnik Zhenya on Long Island at Advanced Academic Programs of Roslyn with arts&crafts around themes of Yedidut (friendship) and BRUNCH! 11AM.
$30 Per Family. $35 exact change at the door.
Friendship is a precious commodity whose benefits are attained by hard work and compromise!
The sand-art performance is based on the PJLibrary book «Are we still friends» by Ruth Horowitz.
***This event is made possible with the generous support of PJ Library of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation in partnership with Genesis Philanthropy Group.
FolksbieneRU division is a partnership initiative of National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and Genesis Philanthropy Group.