Contemporary Jewish Museum’s “Sunday Stories” program presents a talk on the Jewish history behind the team, whose roots can be traced to Pennsylvania and the South Philadelphia Hebrew Association.
Meditative dance event returns in an open tent with DJ Bambi and DJ Wild Man. Followed by a potluck: bring your own lunch or snacks to share and enjoy on the farm. 12 and under free.
Family-friendly holiday celebration with shpiel and carnival activities. Costumes strongly encouraged. Admission includes games and lunch. $10 suggested donation.
Vanessa Paloma Elbaz shares Judeo-Arabic and Judeo-Spanish songs she recorded during oral history interviews she conducted in Morocco, and explains the songs’ role in the cultures in which they are sung. Presented by Jewish Community Library.
Fellows in a Contemporary Jewish Museum anti-bias program present their final projects, which aim to increase anti-bias awareness in their schools and communities. Includes Q&A with the teen fellows. Proof of vaccination and masks required. RSVP to [email protected] required.
Kim Carter Martinez, a biracial Jew, leads a workshop on navigating microaggressions and pseudo-questions such as “You don’t look Jewish.” Presented by Building Jewish Bridges and New Lehrhaus.
Ariel Mayse leads three-part class examining how Jewish teachings, theology, Jewish law and aggadah inform present-day environmental issues such as pollution, zoning, resource management and distributive justice. Presented by New Lehrhaus.
First in a three-part class examining the relationship between theology, Jewish law, aggadah and how Jewish teachings inform present-day environmental issues. Limited capacity. Presented by New Lehrhaus and Urban Adamah. Also March 27, April 10. Registration required.
LABA East Bay Jewish culture project presents a tasting of Covenant Wines, mini Jewish text teachings, art, music, dance, film and readings for Adar, the month of joy. Proof of vaccination and masks required when not sipping or snacking. Registration required.
Randall Weiss and the Bridge Players perform classical pieces by Brahms, Gershwin, Beethoven and more in Congregation Sha’ar Zahav’s annual music series. Proof of vaccination and masks required. Livestream.