Sunday, March 3, 5:30-7:30pm at Back Bay Events Center, 180 Berkeley St, Boston
BBK turns 10! Join us for Boston’s premier Jewish food event. This year, as the grand finale to Taste of Israel, 17 of Boston’s favorite chefs will be inspired by Israeli cuisine. Yum.
Tickets: $36 in advance, $40 at the door
Participanting chefs and tickets HERE
The Ancient Law: Silent Film Screening with Live Music
Wednesday, January 16 ♦ 7:30pm
Temple Israel of Boston, 477 Longwood Ave
Join us as our season opens with the special screening of The Ancient Law, a recently restored 1923 German Jewish silent film. Hear live music by violinist Alicia Svigals (who you may remember from The Yellow Ticket and Klezmer Dancing on the Greenway), and pianist Donald Sosin. It will be a fascinating evening.
Presented in partnership with Boston Jewish Film at Temple Israel of Boston.
Read an interview with Alicia Svigals on the making of the live soundtrack
January 9, 12-1:30pm at Open Spirit, 39 Edwards St, Framingham
Join Ellen DiPaola, Esq., President Honoring Choices Massachusetts, and learn how to make your own personal health care plan. You may register online, by email or contact Abrielle Salloway at 508-875-3100 x360. Download the flyer for details.
Saturday, December 8, 4:30-6pm at Cole Center, 179 Boden Lane, Natick
Vanessa and her Jumping Monkeys are back by popular demand to help us celebrate Chanukah at the Cole Center (179 Boden Lane) in Natick on Saturday, December 8 from 4:30-6pm. Join us as we light up the room with smiles and laughter dancing to the music. Snacks provided.
Please bring a gift card or a new item of winter children’s clothing to benefit the JFS Children’s Clothing Closet.
For families with children ages 0-6 years, siblings welcome.
Cost is $15/family; walk-ins additional $5.
Combined Jewish Philanthropies is excited to launch a year-long, community-wide conversation tour, The 360Five: One Year, Five Questions, Many Voices, led by CJP President and CEO Rabbi Marc Baker.
Through dozens of in-person events around Greater Boston, the tour will introduce diverse audiences to Marc and allow him to hear about critical issues firsthand. We hope these conversations will invite a broad array of perspectives to inform and co-create our shared future of a resilient, networked community through a discussion of five key questions.
Please consider attending one of the six town halls being held in a variety of locations. All events start promptly at 7:00pm and light snacks will be served.
- Thursday, January 10 – Natick – Temple Israel
- Tuesday, January 15 – Salem – Peabody Essex Museum
- Tuesday, February 5 – Lexington – Scottish Rite Masonic Museum
December 12, 9am-3pm at JFS of Metrowest, 475 Franklin St, Suite 101, Framingham
Make a difference in the lives of elders in your community, become a trusted guide at medical appointments. Jewish Family Service of Metrowest is holding a training program for Patient Navigators. Lunch and materials provided, download the flyer for details.
Franklin Federated Church
171 Main Street, Franklin, MA
Annual Yard Sale
Saturday, October 13, 9am–2pm
Held Rain or Shine
½ Price Sale Begins at 1 pm
Indoor/Outdoor sale featuring rooms dedicated to jewelry, clothing, books, and holiday décor. Many tables outside with household items, toys, sporting goods, small electronics, crafts, tools and much, much more!
Hope to see you there!