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Community Events

On this page we list upcoming events not run by Hill Havurah in which our community might be interested. If you have any suggestions of events we can add here, please email Executive Director Alan Shusterman at alan.shusterman@hillhavurah.org. Thanks.

 

 

-- Antisemitism in the Aftermath of October 7th -- Tuesday, April 30th, 6:00-7:30 pm, at the Capital Jewish Museum

Join us for a dynamic panel discussion examining the current state of antisemitism in the United States.  Expert panelists will discuss the debate over antisemitism within Jewish communities, the implications of these divisions, and where we go from here.

For more information and to buy tickets, click here.

-- Jewish Wisdom for Hard Times -- 3 Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00 pm, May 8th, 15th, and 22nd, at the Edlavitch DCJCC

How can our traditions of Jewish wisdom help us face our current difficult times? Join us for a series of discussions jumping off traditional Jewish texts. We may not agree, but we can find comfort in knowing that we are not alone in our contemporary struggles.

Each of the three standalone sessions will focus on a different theme. You may sign up for just one or all three for a discounted registration. Folks of all Jewish learning backgrounds welcome, from total beginners to seasoned scholars. Questions? Please reach out to Rabbi Atara at acohen@edcjcc.org.

May 8: Anger
May 15: Grief
May 22: Hopeless

For more information and to register, click here.

-- Historic Congressional Cemetery's Speaker Series: Jewish Americans-- Sunday, May 19th, 1:00-2:30 pm, at Congressional Cemetery

In honor of Jewish American Heritage Month, discover Washington’s Jewish history and heritage at Historic Congressional Cemetery.

Join Jonathan Edelman, the Museum’s Collections Curator, for keynote remarks on Washington’s Jewish history before a docent led tour of graves, memorials, and tombstones of Jewish Americans.  

For more information and to register, click here.

-- Family Day: Delicious Deli -- Sunday, June 2nd, 9:30-11:30 am, at the Capital Jewish Museum

Join us for a morning of creating, learning, and crafting to celebrate the Jewish Deli, family style.

Read with children’s book authors Pamela Ehrenberg, Erica Perl, and Alan Silberberg, braid challah with Paula Shoyer, and take action on food insecurity with MAZON.  Enjoy specialty crafts, games, and a scavenger hunt to guide even the littlest learners through the Museum.

For more information and to "buy" free tickets, click here.

-- Shavuot as Metamorphosis -- 2 Mondays, June 3rd & 10th, 1:00-2:30 pm, on Zoom

The holiday of Shavuot celebrates two very different occurrences: it’s both a celebration of the harvest and a celebration of when we received the Ten Commandments. In this two-part series with acclaimed Melton teacher Rabbi Johnny Solomon, we will explore the metamorphosis of Shavuot from being a harvest festival to becoming the festival celebrating the receiving of the Torah. We will also reflect on the personal and spiritual metamorphosis of Ruth, whose remarkable Biblical story is read on Shavuot. Join us for an enlightening exploration of one of Judaism’s most joyful holidays.

For more information and to register, click here.

 

   

Mon, May 27 2024 19 Iyar 5784