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


*NEW*Navigating love in the technology-driven 21st century is complicated. Swipe right? Facebook stalk? Blind date? Build a profile? It’s definitely not as easy to find your b’shert – your soulmate – as it was for Bubbe. Enter B'Shert 2.0,  EntryPointDC's Modern Jewish Love Series for 20's and 30's singles and young couples. Speakers, workshops, comedy, mingling events and more - 2016/5776 is the year of LOVE!

Jewography: Picnic and Arts in the Park
Monday, May 2
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Rocky Run Park
1109 N. Barton St. 

Celebrate Jewish Heritage Month with us as we come together for a picnic in the park and a night of painting, improv, and interactive Jewish geography games to find out how "close" we really are, oy. Jew only live once (#JOLO), so pick up a brush or conquer your stage fright because artistic and theatrical ability is not required!  

Snacks and art supplies provided. BYOD (Bring your own dinner).

#Adulting: An Afternoon of Workshops for Young Couples 
Sunday, May 15
1:00 - 4:00 pm

Drawing inspiration from Rabbi Daniel Judson and Rabbi Nancy Wiener’s book, Meeting at the Well: A Jewish Spiritual Guide to Being Engaged, young couples of all backgrounds - recently married, engaged or in long-term relationships, will be able explore major themes of moving from two individuals to one unit; workshops will delve into the topics of finances, spirituality, intimacy, wedding planning, familial relationships, and other common challenges of the modern couple.

Curls and Beards Night Out
Wednesday, May 25
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Calling all She-brews and He-brews with ringlets, waves, and beards. In honor of Lag B'Omer, a holiday where one cuts one's hair, we will be hosting a night of mingling, education, and celebration with curly hair care and grooming experts from Fiddleheads Salon and Stubble & Stache.

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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) 777-33207