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Rabbi Dana Magat, Cantor Amanda Edmondson and education director Phil Hankin lead short nighttime Shavuot study session. Free.
Congregation Emanu-El hosts event in response to the impending alt-right gatherings in the Bay Area. Hors d'oeuvres and refreshments followed by dessert reception and interfaith Shabbat service.
Finding a Better Path to the End of Life.” ICU and palliative care specialist Jessica Zitter presents her book on intensive care and taking care of dying patients. $8-$12
Arts organization DNAWORKS presents “HaMapah/The Map: Finding Forgiveness” for a Selichot program. Service to follow.
Two-part Abrahamic Alliance International seminar for Jewish community to build bridges with Muslims and dispel stereotypes.
Comedians Jeff Applebaum, Rachael Berman and Scott Blakeman serve up the jokes to go with freshly made potato pancakes.
Addison-Penzak JCC and Silicon Valley Federation co-host a service for a program that aims to strengthen local synagogues, Jewish agencies and the community.
Lecture by SFSU professors Ken Cohen and Fred Astren on these two collections of documents, their value to Judaism and their textual links. RSVP required.
Randi Reed of Jewish LGBTQ advocacy group Keshet leads seminar on allyship, Bay Area activism, S.F. Jewish history, and gender in the Torah and the Talmud.
Rabbi Dana Magat and Director of Education Phil Hankin discuss this Holocaust movie. Watch film ahead of time at tinyurl.com/striped-pajamas-movie. Registration is required.
Temple Emanu-El hosts comedy show watch party featuring local comedian Jeff Applebaum, Richard Weiss and headliner Steve Mittleman. Includes Hanukkah snacks. Livestream option.
A havurah at Temple Emanu-El presents retired Superior Court Judge LaDoris Hazzard Cordell, the first Black woman judge in Northern California and the first Black judge in Santa Clara County, talking about her 2021 memoir. With coffee and bagels, followed by Q&A. At , Registration required.
Temple Emanu-El hosts a comedy show featuring comedians Jeff Applebaum, Orion Levine and headliner Avi Liberman. Includes latkes, sufganiyot and first-night menorah lighting. Livestream option for $54, no snacks. For 13 and up. $54, students $18, in advance.
Includes an exhibit from the California Holocaust Awareness and Action Interactive Museum as part of this year’s theme: reflecting on antisemitism today. With a panel of survivors and the children of survivors, and Jewish clergy. Livestream option. Organized by the Cantors and Rabbis Association of Greater San Jose. Registration required.