EntryPoint DC
A program for Jewish young adults in their 20s and 30s


Hipster Hanukkah Holiday Market
Wednesday, December 6
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Social Tables
1325 G Street NW
Donuts, The Dreidel drink, and DJs await at the hipster holiday craft market where you can shop handmade goods from independent artists from holiday cards to jewelry to baked goods. It’s Esty IRL!

Hanukkah Happy Hour (Off) the Hill: Time Hop
Wednesday, December 13
6:00 - 9:00 PM
1219 Connecticut Avenue NW

The largest Hanukkah happy hour in the DC area is moving from the Hill this year. Hop back in time with us! We will be at Decades rocking out to our favorite 80s and 90s hits. Find the floor of your decade of birth and join hundreds of Jewish young adults for drink and food specials and some special surprises. Grab your shades, chokers, neon, flannel, and a Hanukkah drink as we light up the night.

Be sure to bring warm winter items such as socks and gloves for our clothing drive.

In partnership with AJC ACCESS DC, HIAS, JScreen, Moishe House , NOVA Tribe Series, Sixth & I Historic Synagogue,  YP@AI

Hanukkah: A Festival of Lasers
Tuesday, December 19
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Shadowland Adventure Alexandria
5508 Franconia Road
Alexandria, VA

For the 4th year, 2239, EntryPointDC, Moishe House Arlington and NOVA Tribe Series are teaming up for a night of laser tag!

7:00 PM - Schmoozing & snacks
7:30 PM - Games

D25: Day of Service
Monday, December 25
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Exact Address Sent Prior to Event
Columbia Heights Neighborhood

Join other young professionals this December 25th to deliver much-needed food packages and gifts to low-income, isolated seniors living in the Columbia Heights neighborhood. Volunteers will travel in pairs or small groups to make deliveries for seniors who are food insecure and benefit from the services of We Are Family, an organization committed to helping low-income seniors age in their homes.


#Adulting: An Afternoon of Life Hack Workshops
Sunday, January 7
2:00 - 5:00 PM

This popular series is open to singles and couples. Workshops will focus on topics such as finances, grief, relationships, stress management, home buying and more!



Fall 2017 Shabbat Clusters
Registration: Open Enrollment until November but register ASAP to be placed in a group

Interested in joining a community for Shabbat but don't have a place to go?

Members of the EntryPointDC community are organized into groups of 14-25 people who host monthly potluck-style Shabbat dinners in their homes or at local restaurants. This program is open to singles and couples and you can sign up to be part of an interest Shabbat Cluster (i.e. 30 somethings, outdoor enthusiasts, cultural art lovers, foodies, etc.) or a general Shabbat Cluster.

EntryPointDC Book Club

The EPDC Book Club meets once a month to schmooze over something yummy and the book it's chosen. Check out past titles and join the Google Group to stay up-to-date on books, meeting times, and more!

Next Book:

No One is Here Except All of Us by Ramona Ausubel
Date: Thursday, November 30, 6:30 pm
Location: Panera at Dupont Circle, 1350 Connecticut Ave NW (downstairs)


Buddy Up Program

The Buddy Up program strives to create friendships between young adults with and without disabilities and is part of the EDCJCC Inclusion and Disabilities programming in partnership with EntryPointDC. We are looking for young adults without disabilities who want to build peer relationships with young adults with disabilities and there are two ways to get involved with this great opportunity, drop-in buddy or year-long buddy.

As a drop-in buddy you can sign up to attend our social programs such as cooking, bowling and game night when your schedule allows. A year-long buddy will focus on building one on one relationships within a larger peer group and will be required to attend a certain number of social programs and correspond with individuals on a regular basis. Social programs are held 2-3 times per month and buddies will interact with attendees by socializing, making conversations, and generally being a warm and welcoming face at events. Training on working with those disabilities will be offered for all those that would like to participate in the Buddy Up Program.



Have questions? Please email StaceyH@edcjcc.org for more information.

Upcoming Buddy Up Social Events -  Drop-in and help our young adults with disabilities or participate!

Cooking Class at the EDCJCC
Tuesday, December 12, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Social Bowling Power Hour at Bowlmor
Thursday, November 30, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

*We would love for you to participate in the bowling too. Bowling is $10 for the hour.

Skill Building Clubs  at the EDCJCC- Jewelry Making & Environmental Club
Sunday, December 3rd, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM     *First Sunday of every month

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EPDC is committed to helping Jewish adults in their 20s and 30s in the D.C. metro-area build and maintain a Jewish identity and a connection to the community through social and educational programming.

Contact us // Stacy Miller, Manager of EntryPointDC
(202) 777-3207