Jewish Life and Learning: Events
Monday, October 10th, 7:00pm - Dinner and talk with Joyce Goldstein
Author of The New Mediterranean Jewish Table.
Tickets are $24 JCC member/ $36 non member. Dinner will feature recipes from the cookbook. Cookbooks will be available for purchase at the event.
Sunday, October 23rd, 12:30 - 2:30pm
The harvest festival of Sukkot is a season of rejoicing. Join us in our Sukkah (harvest booth) on the Yavneh playground to celebrate the season. Bring lawn chairs and blankets, Frisbees, balls and lawn games and we'll provide the hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks, along with a lulav shaking station in the Sukkah. All are welcome to this free event.
- COST: Free! Please RSVP with the correct amount of people attending in your party, so we have an accurate number for our caterer. We want to make sure there is enough food for all!!
Theatre Chevruta: a Jewish Readers Theatre presents a season of comedy.
Cantorial, by Ira Levin
Saturday, November 12th at 7:00pm and Sunday, November 13th at 2:00pm: "Cantorial "by the author of Rosemary's Baby
A young interfaith couple moves into a Lower East Side home that used to be a synagogue. They find it haunted by the singing of the synagogue's former Cantor. Warren becomes obsessed by the singing and decides to restore the synagogue. Lesley, who is actually Jewish, is far less enthused about the voice, the project, and his newfound obsession
Tickets: General admission $20, JCC members $15, students/seniors $10. JCC members, purchase tickets online in advance and your ticket is only $10. A link to purchase tickets online will be available on this website.
Auditions will be open to all interested. During the auditions a short reading will be given to each participant, audition monologues are welcomed. Auditions for Cantorial will be held on Tuesday, September 20th and Wednesday, September 21st, from 7:00pm-9:00pm.
For a complete list of JCC events, see the Event Calendar.
The APJCC is proud to be a part of the Initiative on Jewish Peoplehood, co-funded by the Koret Foundation and the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life & Culture, and supported further by the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley and other generous supporters.