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Schmooze n Schmear Brunch //
and Ball Game //


Sunday, August 30, 10:30am

Meet newcomers and old friends for brunch before the summer ends! We'll have up bagels, lox, and all sorts of brunch goodies to welcome you to DC. Whether you’re a recent transplant or you've been around for a while, come meet our fantastic community, other newcomers, and get a crash course on some of the great stuff available to you!

Afterwards, come hang out with us at Nationals Stadium!












Young, Broke & Jewish //
High Holidays Simplified //

Tuesday, September 1
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm session
Canvas | 1203 19th St. NW

Your Holidays, Your Way,
Presented by Lifehacks
The High Holidays are just around the corner and we’ve got the run down for those of you hosting and attending dinners! Let us prepare you to celebrate the holidays in a way that’s meaningful to you with time and budget-friendly recipes and other go-to tips. Walk away with a “Hosting how-to Guide”, a jar of your favorite honey, and enjoy some honey crisp apple sangria.

Fall 2015 Shabbat Clusters

Registration Ends | September 4, 12:00 pm
Kickoff Dinner | September 11, 6:30 pm
Ready to meet new people and expand your Jewish horizons?
Join a Shabbat Cluster! We'll match you with other young adults in your area for a monthly, informal Shabbat potluck.
YOUR SHABBAT, YOUR WAY!

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Big City // Hot Dogs //

Happy Hour //

Tuesday, September 8
5:30 pm Happy Hour | 7:30 Film

Join us for a Happy Hour featuring beer and wine selections, dogs from a local hot dog vendor, Maracas ice pops, and cotton candy. Accept our “double-dog-dare” and participate in a (kosher!) hot dog eating contest in honor of Nathan’s Famous! Contestants will recieve two drink vouchers and the winner will get two tickets to future WJFF screenings and more!

Following Happy Hour, we will be screening Famous Nathan, a film that chronicles the personal and public history of Nathan’s Famous of Coney Island, the iconic hot dog eatery founded in 1916.


I N   T H E   W O R K S

Master Smartphone Photography
Filters, Apps, and More//


Tuesday, October 13
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Canvas, 1203 19th St. NW
Presented by Katie Crowell

What do those Instagram filters really mean? This workshop is a must for people looking to boost their smart phone photography skills and learn how the pros capture those awesome images and curate their feeds! Preview Katie’s portfolio at katiemeicrowell.com // @katiemei

Sukkot & Homeless Youth
Make it Better, Building Project//

Sunday, October 4
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Presented by EPDC, GLOE, and Behrend Builders


In celebration of Sukkot, join EntryPointDC, GLOE and Behrend Builders in assisting in the renovation of a local housing program. We will paint, build, and organize. No prior experience necessary.



Winter is Coming
Stay in Summer Shape//


Tuesday, November 10
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Canvas, 1203 19th St. NW

Presented by Kuti Mack, DCJCC Personal Trainer and Nutritionist

Winter is coming! Discover the key to developing a holiday eating plan that’s right for you. Learn go-to tricks that will be sure to keep your metabolism moving throughout the season.


EBTT Special Edition
Sunday Funday //

Sunday, November 22
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Presented by EPDC, GLOE, and Young Leadership of The Jewish Federation


For the first time ever, EntryPointDC, GLOE, and Young Leadership of The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington are coming together to bring you a Giving Back Sunday Funday. Show your gratitude by preparing Thanksgiving dishes for DC’s vulnerable populations who do not have the means to enjoy a traditional dinner this year.


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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 //
epdc@washingtondcjcc.org
(202) 777-3071