Honoring Moses & Susan Libitzky
Monday, April 24
Feb. 12 * Oshman Family JCC, Palo Alto Register here Event Flyer j. story The Lehrhaus 360 symposium will begin with a dedication and reflection on refugees today and throughout history in support of National Day of Jewish Action for Refugees. Prof. David Biale, Jay Michaelson, [...]
Sun, Nov 13 * Jewish Community Library, SF Join us for a symposium featuring historians, activists, journalists, and refugees examining today’s worldwide refugee crisis. Admission is free, but pre-registration is strongly encouraged here. Learn how you can help refugees here.
We are a conference, a festival, a gathering of Jews from all parts of the Bay, from all walks of life, all Jewish backgrounds, all lifestyles, and all ages. Limmud Bay Area is planned and produced by a network of “volunticipators.” Learn more at limmudbayarea.org.
Admission is free, but pre-registration is encouraged here. conference flyer exhibition flyer Since the advent of the term “interfaith” the Jewish focus has been on the intermarried couple. Research has not explored the experiences of the children of these couples. Panelist Marty Ross discusses his experiences here. Complementing the conference is: This Is [...]
Out of the Shadows: Remembering Artists, Musicians, and Poets Join us for this free community-wide day of learning and observance at the JCCSF in San Francisco. The day begins with a screening of a documentary on poet Hannah Senesh and continues with the Reading of the Names, workshops, and the memorial service. Go here to view the full [...]