See this brand-new museum in Tel Aviv, and learn a bit about the story of the Jewish people. Tour will feature artifacts, displays, immersive video and art. Presented Taube Center for Jewish Peoplehood and Bay Area JCCs.
Kehilla Community Synagogue in the East Bay is co-sponsoring an event in which Israelis and Palestinians stand together in “an alternative” to Israeli Memorial Day (Yom HaZikaron) “in order to acknowledge the pain of those living on the ‘other side.’” Presented by American Friends of Combatants for Peace.
Enjoy a vegetarian lunch with special guest Evelyn Gurevitch, who turns 100 on May 15, then attend the Israeli Film Festival for a double feature, “Black Flowers” and “That Orchestra with the Broken Instruments.” Presented by JCC Sonoma County. $37 lunch, $50 includes films, registration required.
Team up with the Nigun Collective to sing niguns, soulful, wordless melodies from new and old Jewish traditions. Experience not required. Covid-19 protocols in place. Registration required.
Join the Israeli American Council to honor the legacy of Israel’s fallen soldiers and terror victims. Accompanied by songs and personal stories to celebrate the lives lost. Registration required.