In part by examining the Tree of Life and the Hebrew letter tet, arts educators Laura Rifkin and Shoshana Simons lead a workshop with art and earth-based activities that explore how to live more joyfully and express inner radiance. Masks required. Presented by Torah of Awakening and Urban Adamah.
Event with Passover songs, crafts, puppets and dancing. Single-serve snacks and drinks provided. Masks required for 2 and up. Presented by Jewish Baby Network and Beth El Katanchiks program. Registration required.
Grammy-winning trumpeter, composer and Klezmatics co-founder Frank London discusses the basic elements of arranging and orchestrating in klezmer and Yiddish music, plus how to negotiate traditions with your own musical vision. With examples that can serve as guidelines. Presented by KlezCalifornia.
Anthropologist, author and Cuban-born Ruth Behar discusses her book “Letters from Cuba,” about the diverse and resilient Jewish community in Cuba and beyond. Presented by Jewish Community Library.
Camp Ramah in Northern California, located in the Monterey Bay area, hosts a fundraiser for camper scholarships that will honor board member Janis Sherman Popp and the Ramah Galim Medical Committee. Proof of vaccination required.
LGBTQ+ activist Marcy Adelman delivers the inaugural lecture in honor of Baum, a local lawyer, urban planner, social worker and philanthropist who was a pillar in the Jewish, civil rights and gay communities. Presented by Swig Program in Jewish Studies and Social Justice at USF. Location TBD. Registration required.