Congregation Sherith Israel Littles program and Jewish Baby Network present an event for 5-and-under and older siblings with crafts, music, stories and schmoozing. Wear a costume. Masks required for ages 2 and up.
Chabad of Berkeley presents a menu of pastrami and corned beef on rye, chicken soup, potato knishes, rugelach and drinks. Order by March. 4. Indoor/outdoor dining, or pick up. Various prices.
Temple Beth Torah in Fremont presents a three-package online tour with a licensed Israeli tour guide that will immerse participants in daily life and culture. With music, Hebrew and Q&A sessions. Also March 13. $18 per tour, $50 for all three.
J. recipe columnist Faith Kramer and founder of The Collective Book Studio Angela Engel discuss Kramer’s new cookbook, which has seasonally organized recipes focused on the food ways, history and customs of the Jewish diaspora. Masks required.
Congregation Beth Am of Los Altos presents the woman who compiled and wrote one of the chapters in “Yes She Can: 10 Stories of Hope and Change from Young Female Staffers of the Obama White House.” In conversation with Emma Goss of KTVU and J. and policy expert Micaela Hellman-Tincher, plus Q&A. Register by March […]
Performances by guitarists Luca Stricagnoli (Italy), Thu Le (Vietnam), Jim “Kimo” West (Canada) and Lulo Reinhardt (Germany) in styles such as acoustic rock, Hawaiian slack key and Latin swing. 22nd annual event in Palo Alto. Proof of vaccination or recent negative test and masks required.