The Sephardi Federation of Palm Beach County was founded in 1992. Its mission is to preserve and promote Sephardic culture and the Ladino language, while providing educational and social activities.

Kon Dulce! May it be a sweet Year!
2019-2020 … 5780
Anyada Buena   L’Shana Tova   Happy New Year
Wishing you and all your loved ones the very best at this season.
From your Board of Directors

September 2019
Dear Friends,

It gives us great pleasure to invite you to participate in our very exciting upcoming 2019-2020 season of programs. A wonderful slate of events not to be missed!

Your Membership Invitation/Renewal is enclosed and we urge you to respond, as soon as possible, to benefit from member admission rates and to help fund our activities. 

Our successful partnership with the Adult Jewish Learning Collaborative (ADJLC) continues this year expanding even greater public awareness of our activities as well as providing significant event expense savings.

Sunday Vijitas de Alhad this year include compelling lectures and a fantastic International Ladino Day Concert.  And our film series looks at the diversity of Sephardim in American history.

Thank you for your interest and support, especially to those who have been with us through so many years!  We have become an extended family which truly cares about each other, and we look forward again to another year of being together.

“Asta ke mos vemos, kon salud i vida.”       
“Until we see each other, with health and life.”

Miriam Behar, Membership/Secretary
Rose Pappo Allen, President

Featured Event – for International Ladino Day

International Ladino Day

Sefarad In My Heart/Sefarad en Mi Korason”

In celebration of International Ladino Day, February 9, 2020 at 2:30PM

Harmonic Motion Duo

The Sephardi Federation of Palm Beach County has partnered with the ADJLC and Palm Beach County temples to bring us a concert with Harmonic Motion Artists, Myriam Eli and Joe Zeytoonian,

$15 members /$20 guests includes concert, refreshments and optional pre-concert Echar Lashon, Location: Temple Shaarei Shalom

This is an exciting presentation of Judeo-Spanish music and dance representing Sephardic diaspora lands including Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, Armenia, the Romany people, Flamenco and Al-Andalus. A moving, colorful, remarkable and interactive event.

*12:30 pm Pre-Concert Bonus: Echar Lashon with Expert Ladino Panel led by Bryan Kirschen  *Admission includes concert, refreshments and optional pre-concert Echar Lashon

Click here to connect with our partners at Adult Jewish Learning Collaborative (ADJLC)