Join us for a morning of virtual learning: "The Book of Esther Unplugged" and "Maimonides as a Community Leader."
Tuesday, Jan. 11: 'Going to the Dogs'Dogs have been muses or inspiration for artists for thousands of years, from ancient cave dwellings to pop-art installations. Greeks and Romans favored dogs as pets and valued them for their faithfulness and courage, while artists from Picasso to Warhol were fascinated by their beloved pets. Dogs intrigue us, […]
THIRD ANNUAL Klezmer FestVirtual Live Edition Sunday, Jan. 16 | 5 p.m.Sunday, Feb. 20 | 5 p.m.Sunday, March 20 | 4 p.m.(Times listed are Arizona times. Find the time in your time zone here.)The East Valley JCC is proud to present the third annual Klezmer Fest, which will include three live virtual concerts featuring Naqshon's […]
Tuesday, Jan. 18: Tu B'Shevat artist presentation "An Artist's 'Cross Pollination' and its relationship to Tu B'Shevat" Scottsdale artist and photographer Linda Enger will discuss her work, which combines painting, organic gardening and digital images Linda’s art is a fusion of several of her passions: painting,photography and organic gardening. She strives to have a creative […]
Tuesday, Jan. 25: 'Beit Abulafia: How the Writings of a 13th-century Kabbalist Guides Me to Access and Teach Jazz Music.'Jason Caplan is an entrepreneur, financial adviser and musician who created the Universal Language Room and started The Bridge Institute, 501c3 to support the idea. Jason is dedicated to teaching music as a universal language to promote […]
Tuesday, Feb. 1: 'What Happened to the Jews of Rhodes?' with author Marcia FineAward-winning author and speaker Marcia Fine has written eight novels, including THE BLIND EYE—A Sephardic Journey, historical fiction chosen by the state library of Arizona for ONEBOOKAZ 2015. PAPER CHILDREN—An Immigrant’s Legacy has been a finalist for three national prizes. PARIS LAMB, her sixth novel, […]