Bring a bike, scooter, trike or other wheels to go around the track in honor of going around another year. With crafts, snacks and storytime. Bring picnic lunch. Presented by PJ Library. Registration required.
Screening of artist Mika Rottenberg's first feature film, about four women discovering mysterious portals with universe-altering consequences. Followed by discussion with Rottenberg, co-creator Mahyad Tousi and SFMOMA director Christopher Bedford. In conjunction with Rottenberg exhibit at Contemporary Jewish Museum. Registration required.
Performative lecture from MCAM artist-in-residence Liat Berdugo that critically examines the role of forests in the formation and maintenance of Zionism, featuring archival photographs from the Jewish National Fund and personal images. Livestream option. Registration required.
Rosh Hashanah celebration for families with kids under 5, featuring sweet treats, apple tasting, stories, music, movement and bubbles. Presented by Tkiya and PJ Library. Registration required.
Performance of Shakespeare’s classic, in this case subtitled “In Sooth I Know Not Why I Am So Sad,” peppered with news from modern times and a look at how society displaces fears on the “other” during times of upheaval. Presented by Theatre Dybbuk.
Rabbi Jeff Salkin discusses “cancel culture” and how to use a Jewish model for disagreement instead. With Havdalah, refreshments and a Selichot service.
Israeli tribute band Roxann and American tribute band Flannel perform alternative ’90s hits from their respective countries. In collaboration with American Friends of the IDF. 21 and over.