Tayere KlezKamp patriotn,
It is with great joy and excitement that we announce the 29th edition of our beloved KlezKamp, this year dedicated to the future of our culture with a past! Di Naye Khvalye (The Yiddish New Wave). This theme allows us to celebrate the forward thinking legacy of those who saw Yiddish as the future of Yiddish and the new generation who understand that embracing our Yiddish past gives us all a soild foundation for the future.
As our new brochure and website are now hot off the press we invite you to join us to enjoy this ingathering of both veteran and new KlezKamp presenters. It is, as always, a once in a lifetime event.
New this year is our reachout to the real future of our culture -- those whom we are calling the KlezMillenials (born after 1983) -- who have taken up their task of carrying our culture into the future.
To honor their dedication and spirit we are offering all of them a special KlezKamp registration fee of only $600 which includes room (triple occupancy) board and all classes. This unprecedented offer is in keeping with our dedication to supplying the young generation the means with which to be literate and dynamic carriers of Yiddish in a world where cultural identity and skills have never been more important.
Please tell your friends, children, your nieces, nephews, grandchildren and neighbor's grandchildren about this fabulous offer and please join us as we once again make a place for all: young, old, Jews, Gentiles religious and secular to be part of one of the world's great cultural undertakings.
As we get closer to the event you will be hearing from me -- and other dedicated Yiddish culture workers in the extended KlezKamp family -- in this blog about our upcoming event. Do not delay. KlezKamp has historically been the hightlight of som many of our attendees year.
Looking forward to celebrating with you soon, I remain