Celebrate with the DCJCC!

SHAVUOT

EntryPointDC Young Professionals
After Dark
Tuesday, May 19, 6:30pm

Join us for After Dark, our version of a Shavuot experience for young professionals, featuring delicious desserts, engaging conversations, and great people! We’ll have traditional Shavuot treats (think ice cream sundaes and cheesecake) on hand to keep you going and plenty of time to make new friends.

Register here.


Youth and Family
Sweet As Honey: Celebrating the Sweetness of the Torah on Shavuot
Tuesday, May 26, 5:00pm

On Shavout we were given the sweet Torah. Come celebrate Shavout with sweet snacks and explore the Ten Commandments through crafts, building, playing, and song.

Register here.


SHABBAT

Interfaith
CityJews PopUp: Shabbat
Friday, May 29, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Wonder Bread Factory (641 S St NW, Washington)

CityJews PopUp: Shabbat is a way for Jewish and interfaith couples and families to connect and share the rituals of Shabbat together. Join us for a Shabbat experience with food, music, kids' activities and topical conversation. We will provide a gourmet vegetarian Shabbat meal from a non-kosher caterer. We will also have plenty of challah and grape juice, but
bring your own bottle of wine or a non-alcoholic beverage to share.

Please let us know if you have food restrictions or allergies, and we will do our best to accommodate those.

Pre-registration required by May 21.  Best for children 8 and under.
Lead sponsors: Jewish Food Experience, Love and Religion, PJ Library
Additional partners: Adas Israel Congregation, Sixth and I Historic Synagogue, Temple Sinai and Washington DCJCC


EntryPointDC Young Professionals
Shabbat and a Show: Tale of the Allergists' Wife
Friday, June 19, 6:30pm | Show begins at 8pm

Have some culture with your challah- join EntryPointDC for Shabbat dinner and a show! We'll eat a delicious (kosher!) Shabbat dinner together and see Theater J's latest production, Tale of the Allergist's Wife- which is full of "wall to wall laughs" according to the New York Times.

Register here.

Questions? Contact us for more information on any Jewish Life program, event, or class.


Lili Kalish Gersch
Director, Literature, Music and Jewish Life
(202) 777-3254

Tami Wolf
(202) 777-3259

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