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Up Next: Jun 17, 9:00 am
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The programmatic year is winding down and we're all feeling it. Based on feedback from colleagues throughout the year, we've heard that many of us are looking for ways to conquer our inboxes, create systems that keep us organized and help us make time for the work we love to do. So we're (virtually) bringing in the expert!
At the Yiddish Book Center's Great Jewish Books Summer Program, rising high school juniors and seniors read selections from important works of modern Jewish literature and consider how they speak to the opportunities and challenges we face today. Under the guidance of college professors, they consider how the rich legacy of modern Jewish literature can inform us in the twenty-first century.
Up Next: Jun 21, 8:00 am
(Courtesy JCC Greater Boston)
JCC Greater Boston, Newton
Looking for a tennis program to help strengthen and refine your child's skill? Look no further than youth tennis clinics at JCC Greater Boston. Led by JCC tennis director and Boston College assistant women's coach Doug Maynard, each week-long clinic will provide instruction and play within a progressive format designed for different ages and abilities.
Temple Sinai, Marblehead
JF&CS Family Table is looking for volunteers as we continue to serve our food pantry clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past few months, our numbers have increased as we are providing emergency food for many people impacted by the ongoing health crisis.
In this workshop you will connect with our ancestors, tell stories, reflect and sing together in a safe, empowering space. Yoni will invite you to fill in the holes of his song with your own words, ideas and experiences. Together you will weave a tapestry of collective memory and shared human experience of brokenness, strength and belonging.
Escape the ordinary and make BJEP your Sunday morning Jewish learning home for your kindergarten to seventh grader(s), and in our Seedling classroom for 4- to 5-year-olds. Join us to learn more about our BJEP@Home program, and the program (eventually back) on the Brandeis campus, hear how our inspiring Brandeis student teachers lead experiential learning, gain an understanding of our curriculum and approach to Hebrew in the classroom, our Hebrew tutoring program and more.


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