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Lehrhaus Welcomes Jaimie Baxter as Director of Development

I’m thrilled to share with you that Jaimie Baxter recently joined our staff as the Director of Development.

Previously, Jaimie was the Chief Operating Officer and Program Director at Kevah, an organization that empowered individuals and organizations to build Jewish learning communities. (more…)

Lehrhaus to Be Community Partner at San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

Get tickets here for the festival

Lehrhaus will co-present two films as a community partner at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival which runs July 19-August 5. Join Lehrhaus for showings of 306 Hollywood and Sammy Davis Jr.: Gotta Be Me. Friends of Lehrhaus can use the code Lehrhaus38 to obtain a discount on regular-priced tickets. (more…)

Hollywood and the Jews: 1930-1960

Wednesdays, July 18-25 (drop-in) | Congregation B’nai Shalom, Walnut Creek 

Participants will explore G.I. Hollywood and In the Shadow of the Cold War with Riva Gambert in the final two sessions of Hollywood and the Jews. You are invited to pay the drop-in rate for the final sessions if you didn’t sign up for the full series.

Lehrhaus Educators to Teach at Limmud Bay Area

Lehrhaus is proud to be a partner for Limmud Bay Area, which kicks off Friday, June 29 and runs through July 1 at Sonoma State University. Several Lehrhaus educators are among the presenters, including Rabbi Peretz Wolf-Prusan, Yosef Rosen, Ph.D., Dawn Kepler, and Abra Greenspan. (more…)

How to Read the Bible in Marin – Newcomers Welcome

Thursdays, July 5-26 | Osher Marin JCC, San Rafael

Join Rabbi Jeremy Morrison for How to Read the Bible: Bridging the Gap Between Ourselves and Our Inherited Texts, Part 2. Make the Bible more personally relevant to you during these four sessions this summer. You don’t have to take part 1 to take part 2.