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This is an uplifting adventure film for the entire family! Thirteen-year-old Yotam is obsessed with flying, but his overprotective mother won’t let him anywhere near planes. His classmate Noa loves planes too, but her brother won’t let her close to the ones he fixes. So when Yotam and Noa find a rare antique plane in the local junkyard, they decide to fix it up themselves—with a little help from Morris, a very grumpy 80-year-old who used to be a pilot. Together they are determined to bring this rusty old plane back to life and to show it off at the annual air show.

This program will teach students to employ crowdfunding for their fundraising campaigns. Crowdfunding is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the internet. Students will learn in detail about all three stages of the crowdfunding campaign: preparation, running and follow-up.
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Join Rabbi Amy Grossblatt Pessah as she guides us on a path to discovering parenting wisdom from a most unusual source: the Jewish prayer book, or siddur. In partnership with Hebrew College’s Parenting Through a Jewish Lens program, Rabbi Amy will share some of the parenting insights she has collected in her new book, "Parenting on a Prayer: Ancient Jewish Secrets for Raising Modern Children."
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.