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Two Israeli reservists talk about their military service. Sponsored by StandWithUs. Free.
Vegas-themed party with Purimspiel, celebrity impersonators, live music, dancing, wine and hamantaschen.
Vegas-themed party with Purimspiel, celebrity impersonators, live music, dancing, wine and hamantaschen. $30.
Israel-oriented skits, songs and dance. Featuring singers Noa Levy and Achi Ben Shalom. Free.
Wine and hors d’oeuvres for adults, snacks and entertainment for kids. Preceded by Kabbalat Shabbat for kids; followed by community-wide Shabbat service. $5 adults, children free.
Community artists sell art and Judaica; music, dancing, raffle, refreshments. Free.
Includes wine sampling for adults, science lab for kids, mac ’n’ cheese dinner and desserts. Free.
Family Purim party with pizza dinner, a magician and “amazing balloon creations.” RSVP required for dinner.
Four days of Purim events at Congregation Beth Ami, starting with a Megillah reading. Visit website for times, prices of other events. Free.
Representatives from StandWithUs talk about how their group fights anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism. Free.
One in a series of healing retreats for survivors of the Sonoma County fires. Lunch and beverages included. At Congregation Beth Ami, 4676 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa. Free with RSVP; limited seating.
Representatives from JIMENA (Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa) speak about seeking justice. Free.
Representatives from Anti-Defamation League speak about securing justice and fair treatment for all. Free.
Includes petting zoo, face painting and performances by Israeli musicians Noa Levy and Achi Ben Shalom. Free.
Representatives from the college campus watchdog group Amcha Initiative talk about faculty boycotts of Israel and faculty involvement with anti-Semitism. Free.
Representatives from CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America) talk about media bias and anti-Semitism in textbooks and on campus. Free.
Three-day residency with Israeli author, scholar and activist Yiscah Smith, a trans woman and former Chabad leader. Each talk has a different focus. Free.
Shabbat service and dinner honoring Paul Lowenthal of the Santa Rosa Fire Department, who played a major role in fighting last year’s North Bay fires. Free, reservations required.
Shabbat service and dinner honoring Vanessa Johns of Redwood Empire Food Bank, a key relief figure after last year’s North Bay fires. Free, reservations required.
With family activities. $5-$10; $25 per family.
Another in a series of workshops on coping with the trauma of last year’s North Bay fires and honoring those who helped. Concert by clarinetist Roy Zajac. Free.
Jewish Community Free Clinic executive director Donna Waldman speaks as part of workshop series on helping to create a resilient community by eliminating barriers for those in need. Free, donations appreciated. RSVP by Feb. 25.
Another in a series of workshops on coping with the trauma of last year’s North Bay fires and honoring those who helped. IsraAid operations director Sarith Honigstein speaks.
The first of eight sessions for seniors in navigating physical and mental confidence, gaining awareness and avoiding falls. RSVP recommended. No new participants after session 2.
Congregation Beth Ami of Santa Rosa presents a tour of Ron Rubin Winery in the Russian River Valley, followed by a wine tasting with cheese and crackers. RSVP required.
Livestreamed Shavuot event for Jews for the Conservative/Masorti Movement across North America featuring presentations from rabbis, teachers, students and community leaders. With refreshments, dairy desserts, and discussion with Rabbi Mordecai Miller. Come any time from 5-10 p.m.
Israeli political science professo Ziv Rubinovitz discusses current events in Israel from the perspective of Israeli political scientist. With light refreshments. Presented by the Israel Affairs Committe at Beth Ami.