Limmud After Dark: Everyone a student, everyone a teacher

Limmud recently brought dozens of volunteers from around the world to Israel to meet and network.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
December 6, 2018 19:07
Limmud After Dark: Everyone a student, everyone a teacher

Wine tasting at Limmud Israel. (photo credit: NADIA LEVENE)

 
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