Contemporary Jewish Museum presents an event for kids to make mini pop-up puppet theater books, hand puppets and more, plus interactions with roving puppeteers. Held outside in Jessie Square Plaza. In conjunction with Jim Henson exhibit. Free, museum admission is extra.
Event with shmoozing, singing, puppets and parachute play. Single-serve snacks and drinks provided. Masks required for 2 and up. Presented by Jewish Baby Network. Meet by the lawn close to the playground. Registration required.
Einat Wilf, a progressive ex-Knesset member a negotiator in Palestinian-Israeli talks, discusses obstacles to peace, hopes for the future and the importance of the Abraham Accords. With Q&A. Presented by Congregation Beth Am and Z3 Project of Oshman Family JCC. Register by April 8.
A talk on the conflict and “the path to lasting peace” by Einat Wilf, former Knesset member and co-author of a 2020 book subtitled “How Western Indulgence of the Palestinian Dream Has Obstructed the Path to Peace.” Sponsored by Oshman Family JCC and others.
Urban geographer Elissa Sampson discusses “the Coops,” aka the Bronx United Workers Cooperatives, a mutual housing movement that sustained mostly Yiddish-speaking immigrants before/during the Depression. Presented by Jewish Community Library and Workers Circle/Arbeter Ring of NorCal.
Elana Jagoda performs Passover favorites, plus holiday crafts and matzah covered with chocolate spread from Israel. Bring picnic blanket and instruments. Presented by PJ Library, Yavneh Day School, and the Russian- and Hebrew-speaking groups at the APJCC. $10 and up per family.
Joint celebration of Passover and Ramadan with interfaith program, community dialogue sessions, speakers, call to prayer, boxed dinner and more. Presented by Beth Am, JCRC of Silicon Valley, Islamic Networks Group, Pacifica Institute/BAYCC and Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom. Registration required.