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Peridance presents “The Nutcracker” December 8-10, 2023

Igal Perry's "The Nutcracker" returns to the Peridance stage this winter with vibrant characters, captivating dance, and family fun for all! A twist on this classic story, Peridance's "The Nutcracker, “features the Peridance Contemporary Dance Company with Peridance's Certificate Program and the S

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11 books to gift children this holiday season

This Hanukkah and Christmas, gift the little ones in your life delightful books ranging from golden classics to contemporary works, offering an escape from our devastating reality. For many in Israel and around the world, the upcoming holidays will be like no others. The death, devastation and dr

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For Evacuated Israeli Kids, Innovative Studies Keep Minds Sharp

At a high-tech office in the quiet town of Yeruham, in southeastern Israel, dozens of kids who have been evacuated from their homes near the Gaza border are keeping up with their studies, albeit in a less conventional way. From learning how to code through video games to building cartoon-like Rub

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Pool Monitor Watches the Water to Keep Kids from Drowning

It is every parent’s nightmare – sudden silence poolside, when just seconds earlier there were happy splashing and laughing voices. That terrible scenario happened to PoolScout founder Sam Weitzman, whose young son nearly drowned in a pool in Tel Aviv i

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9 Ways to Celebrate Rosh Hashanah With Your Kids

Fall is here! The air is getting cooler, the leaves are changing color (okay, maybe not here in Columbia, but at least the fall flavors are out in full force at Starbucks). One thing that has always signified the start of autumn for me has been the Jewish high holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom K

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It’s The Jewish High Holidays, Hold the Gluten!

Enjoy The High Holidays with Traditional Foods, Filled with Cultural Meaning Using GLUTEN FREE EASY Recipes

  • Kosher Certified Kof-K & Babad
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The 2023 Jewish New Year begins at sundown on September

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Discover the Jewish Heritage Path in Lengnau and Endingen, Switzerland

Only two miles apart, two communities in Zurich’s northwest escaped World War II with their homes, functioning institutions, and a variety of Jewish landmarks still standing. Only a handful of Jews still reside in the Swiss villages of Endingen and Lengnau, but an organization known as the Doppelt

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Pesach (Passover) Explained for Kids

PESACH (PASSOVER) WHAT IS PESACH AND WHEN DO WE CELEBRATE IT?   Passover or Pesach, as it is called in Hebrew, is the festival that reminds us of when the Jewish people were slaves in Egypt about 3,500 years ago and how God freed them from the evil Egyptian king Pha

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ABC’s of Purim

Purim is Judaism’s most dramatic, fun-filled holiday. When else can you dress up like a bunny rabbit and eat doughy triangles filled with poppy seeds? Purim occurs on the 14th of Adar. (In certain walled cities like Jerusalem, Read More

JScreen Announces the Fourth Annual Jewish Genetic Screening Awareness Week (JGSAW) February 5th – 11th

A Week of Powerful Events, Timely Information, and Resources to Raise Awareness of the Importance of Genetic Screening  Read More

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