PJ Library Celebrates Chanukah with Vanessa Trien
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.
JFS Patient Navigators
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.
360Five Listening Tour
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.
- Tuesday, November 20 – Cambridge – Multi Cultural Arts Center
- Tuesday, November 27 – Canton – Hebrew SeniorLife, Orchard Cove
- Thursday, December 13 – Brookline – Congregation Kehillath Israel
- Thursday, January 10 – Natick – Temple Israel
- Tuesday, January 15 – Salem – Peabody Essex Museum
- Tuesday, February 5 – Lexington – Scottish Rite Masonic Museum
Welcome Baby! Expectant and New Parents Group
Meet up with expectant and new parents for a drop-in playgroup at Common Street Center (13 Common Street) in Natick every other Tuesday, October 9- December 18 from 6:30-8pm. This drop-in playgroup provides an opportunity for parents to share experiences and learn from one another. We will explore topics based on interest, such as: making the most of family leave, incorporating Jewish traditions in a meaningful way, and anticipating the joys and challenges of pregnancy and beyond. No cost. For expectant and new parents with babies 0-4 months. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Supported by CJP Welcome Baby! Initiative.
Neighbor Brigade establishes community-specific networks of volunteers that can be mobilized to help residents facing sudden crisis manage day-to-day tasks such as meal preparation, rides, and basic household chores. Using web-based coordination tools, we manage recipient requests and the recruitment of volunteers to fulfill those requests sensitively, quickly and free of charge.
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