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Community Connections Art Exhibit

Heidi Gallery at JSDD 310 Eisenhower Pkwy, Livingston

Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest is marking 100 years of building and caring for our vibrant and diverse Jewish community. Community artists have submitted creative works on the theme of Community […]

Event Series Early Childhood Emergent Curriculum CoP

Early Childhood Emergent Curriculum CoP

The Emergent Curriculum Community of Practice (CoP) will convene classroom and leadership educators with medium to advanced experience in child-led, emergent curriculum to learn with one another and take their skills to the next level. This CoP will be led in collaboration with Gatherround Consulting. Through reflective and collaborative practices, participants will build curriculum based […]

New Jersey Jewish Film Festival: Love Gets a Room

Stefcia, a Jewish actress with a theater company in the Warsaw Ghetto, must make several major life decisions, including whether to escape, in the midst of a stage performance. This drama features an international cast and crew and incorporates the book and lyrics of Jerzy Jurandot’s musical Love Gets a Room, which was performed inside the Warsaw Ghetto. Moving nimbly between the stage, the theater corridors, and the bleak ghetto outside, Love Gets a Room balances life-and-death struggle with the art we create to survive and transcend it.

Or Hadash: Women’s Discussion Group – Session 1

Or Hadash 153 White Meadow Road, Rockaway

The Jewish Journey Group meets monthly and features Jewish texts that spark meaningful discussions. Topics include Rites of Passage, Mindfulness and Conscious Living, and Judaism and the Environment. No prior knowledge is necessary to join the group. Every topic is standalone, so you don’t need to attend every session.

Free

Kean U: Strangers In Their Own Land

Zoom

In this interactive session, participants willdiscuss short excerpts describing the painfulrealization of what it means to be oppressed.Professor Dorian Stuber will consider texts bySarah Kofman and Nechama Tec. Despite theirdifferences in national origin and livingsituations, each writer grappled with what itmeant to be a stranger in her own land. UsingMichael Rothberg’s idea of “multidirectionalmemory,” the […]

Kean U: Nazism in America

Kean Skylands 243 Mount Paul Road, Oak Ridge

During the 1930s, the German-American Bund, a revived organization emerging from the disbanded Friends of New Germany under the leadership of immigrant Fritz Kuhn, established more than twenty youth camps across the country. To most outsiders, these camps appeared to be summer camps to give German-American youth opportunities to engage with sports and the land. […]

Diller Teen Fellows Virtual Open House

Zoom

Come learn about the Diller Teen Fellows program from current fellows/recent alumni! This is for rising Sophomores and Juniors in high school. Please register below for Zoom link to join […]

One Camp One Heart: An Evening with Ambassador Gilad Erdan

Moise Safra Center 130 E 82nd Street, New York

One Camp One Heart: An Evening Celebrating the Impact of Jewish Camp with Ambassador Gilad Erdan We will be honoring Karyn & Charles Bendit and Beth & Dr. Joel Selter, […]

Or Hadash – Women’s Discussion Group – Session 2

Or Hadash 153 White Meadow Road, Rockaway

The Jewish Journey Group meets monthly and features Jewish texts that spark meaningful discussions. Topics include Rites of Passage, Mindfulness and Conscious Living, and Judaism and the Environment. No prior knowledge is necessary to join the group. Every topic is standalone, so you don’t need to attend every session.

Free