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    The original collection consisted of 500 donated books and has now grown to more than 8,000 Jewish-content items including: more than 7,000 books on an array of subject materials, subscriptions to a variety of local and international publications, more than 580 movies, and more than 60 titles in the audio collection.

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    The original collection consisted of 500 donated books and has now grown to more than 8,000 Jewish-content items including: more than 7,000 books on an array of subject materials, subscriptions to a variety of local and international publications, more than 580 movies, and more t...

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    The original collection consisted of 500 donated books and has now grown to more than 8,000 Jewish-content items including: more than 7,000 books on an array of subject materials, ...

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    The original collection consisted of 500 donated books and has now grown to more than 8,000 Jewish-content ite...

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    The original collection consisted of 500 donated books and has now gro...

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  • Fundamental Films: An Unknown Country with Skype discussion with Eva Zelig

    April 10 at 9:30 am - The story of European Jews who escaped Nazi persecution to find refuge in an unlikely destination: Ecuador. The film follows the exiles' perilous escape and difficult adjustment as they remade their lives in what was for them an exotic, unfamiliar land. Following the discussion, a salmon lunch will be offered by the JCC. The cost for lunch is $9, $3.50 (seniors). Reservations are required for lunch. This program is a partnership with the Senior Social Lights.

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    April 10 at 9:30 am - The story of European Jews who escaped Nazi persecution to find refuge in an unlikely destination: Ecuador. The film follows the exiles' perilous escape and difficult adjustment as they remade their lives in what was for them an exotic, unfamiliar land. Follow...

    RSVP by April 2

    April 10 at 9:30 am - The story of European Jews who escaped Nazi persecution to find refuge in an unlikely destination: Ecuador. The film follows the exiles' perilous escape and dif...

    RSVP by April 2

    April 10 at 9:30 am - The story of European Jews who escaped Nazi persecution to find refuge in an unlikely dest...

    RSVP by April 2

    April 10 at 9:30 am - The story of European Jews who escaped Nazi persec...

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    April 10 at 9:30 am - The story of Europea...

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The mission of the Tycher Library is to inspire lifelong Jewish learning through programming and resources that provide a rich understanding of Jewish life and culture. See all our 2017 Programs

 

The Tycher Library is part of the Center for Jewish Education of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas.

 

Hours
Sunday-Thursday, 10 am-2 pm 
Open till 8:30 pm on Tuesday nights 

 

Contact
tycherlibrary@jfgd.org
214-239-7133

 

Location 

The Tycher Library is in the Mankoff Center for Jewish Learning on the 2nd floor of the Aaron Family Jewish Community Center, 7900 Northaven Road, Dallas, TX 75230.