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Up Next: Today, 7:30 pm
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Wrapping up a year when we have often felt like things were sideways or upside down, let’s take some time to breathe and shift our perspective on mental health and wellness with compassion, presence, trust and resilience through a variety of wellness and mindfulness practices.
Up Next: Tomorrow, 7:00 pm
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This weekly series is led by experienced social worker Shifrah Marcus. It aims to develop qualities of self-reliance, resilience and personal growth. There will be a rotation of "Life Skills and Cooking Hacks" every other week, allowing us to continue to showcase easy and fun ways to cook fun meals that are healthy with safe kitchen practices. There will be fun breakout rooms to help members connect and learn. 
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.
Protection. Safety. Strength. Power. Right now we could all use a little more sense of well-being. The Jewish myth of the golem summoned ancient Jewish magic to create protection in difficult times. What happens when Mental Health Awareness Month and Shavuot collide? Let us tell you! Make your own golem out of cut-up comic books with Isaac and Rabbi Shawna from Paper Midrash in a 90-minute workshop that includes visual learning about the legend of the golem. This is perfect for the Zoom world in which we find ourselves. No art experience, clay or magic spells required; just your enthusiasm!


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