Honoring Moses & Susan Libitzky
Monday, April 24
Led by scholars and experts on the history, culture, and Jewish significance of each destination, our national and international study tours provide access to sites and people that ordinary package tours seldom include -- from participating in an archaeological dig (Israel tour, Fall 1999) to meeting with a member of the International War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague (Paris/Amsterdam tour, Spring 2000).Most tours are accompanied by a preparatory course, in addition to reading materials and instruction during the tour itself. For more information on Lehrhaus study tours, please contact Ariel Goldstein at email@example.com or 415-276-1506. The Lehrhaus Traveling Classroom is in partnership with the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. All study tours are made possible by the Ingrid D. Tauber Philanthropic Fund of the JCF.
May 17-26, 2017 Explore the delightful cities of Savannah and Charleston, each boasting one of the oldest and most elegant synagogues in North America; and Atlanta, among the fastest-growing Jewish communities in the country.
Past Lehrhaus Tours Include
Germany (Berlin and Dresden)
New York City
Berlin, Prague & Vienna 2010
I believe in listening to participants sum up their impressions of this program that this was a Jewish transformative experience for most of us. Jewish consciousness happens one person at a time and I truly feel that programs like this one are exactly what the JCCSF should be doing – Lehrhaus is a great partner.
~ Judy Edelson – San Mateo, CA
Israel and Jordan 2009
This program brought together the ancient and modern worlds of Israel not only with the two great Lehrhaus scholars, Fred Rosenbaum and Jehon Grist but also the Israel tour guide Jeremy Arons and the trip coordinator Ariel Goldstein. Each had his own perspective and views which greatly enriched and enhanced the trip.
~ Lorri Holzberg – Menlo Park, CA