Monday, February 8, 2016 Shevat 29, 5776

Jewish Events in Philadelphia

The Jewish Exponent’s Community Calendar is the go-to, searchable resource for finding Jewish events across Greater Philadelphia. Search all over Philly and the entire Delaware Valley for Jewish events by Category, Type, Location, Audience or Date. Organizations planning large events should check the date on the Jewish Federation's Planning Calendar in case there are any conflicts.

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Tue. Feb 16
7:30 PM-9:00 PM
“Pop-Up Judaism” is a series of one-session programs led by Rabbi Richard Hirsh devoted to a single topic. Attend one, two, or all three, each stands alone. Each meets on a Tuesday night from 7:30-9:...
Tue. Feb 16
7:30 PM
Session presented by Rabbi Ariella Rosen You may have heard that the words “Yai nai nai nai” are a suitable substitute for the Hebrew words of our prayers. More than that, though, the niggun (...
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Wed. Feb 17
11:15 AM
Join these fantastic therapists as they delve into memories.
Wed. Feb 17
12:45 PM-1:45 PM
A discussion of modern Jewish history through personal memoirs. Participants are welcome to share their own experiences. Facilitated by Dr. Reena Friedman.
KleinLife
Wed. Feb 17
12:45 PM
Take a virtual tour with Robert Skaler of Broad Street in a lecture filled with facts, history and great memories.
Thu. Feb 18
10:15 AM
County nutritionist Teri Wassel will help us keep our hearts healthy. Cooking demonstration, tasting and more.
Thu. Feb 18
12:45 PM-1:45 PM
Sit down with Rosalie Alexander for a friendly discussion of various topics and issues that surround being Jewish.
KleinLife
Fri. Feb 19
8:30 AM
Seniors are invited to join KleinLife: Center City for its weekly event at the Jewish Community Services Building, 2100 Arch St., Philadelphia. The morning will open at 8:30 a.m., with coffee, tea...
Sat. Feb 20
9:00 AM
Coffee, bagels and discussion
Sun. Feb 21
9:30 AM
Jewish vote,” please join us for a stimulating presentation when Dr. Jerry Kutnick will explain what is meant by this term, the history of how “we” have voted in the past and what changes have taken...
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