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23
May

Tikkun Leyl Shavuot

JCC East Bay Berkeley Branch
1414 Walnut Street
94709 Berkeley, CA

A unique community-wide celebration and full night of learning, this big-tent event brings together hundreds of people from many perspectives and affiliations. Teachers from the diverse Bay Area Jewish community lead participants in a series of one-hour study sessions, interspersed with worship and meals. Rabbi Michael Rothbaum will be teaching on behalf of Bend the Arc from 11:10PM-12:10AM.

28
May

Amnesia: A New Play About Race and Immigration

Southside Theater, Fort Mason Center
2 Marina Blvd.
94123 San Francisco , CA

The San Francisco International Arts Festival presents Ariel Luckey’s Amnesia A New Play about Race and Immigration. Layering theater, dance, spoken word and an original score of Hip Hop, Klezmer, and Mexican folk music, Amnesia tells the story of a young man who retraces his family’s migration from a small village in Eastern Europe through New York’s Lower East Side to Phoenix, Arizona, only to find that the violence his family fled cannot be so easily forgotten.

30
May

Amnesia: A New Play About Race and Immigration

Southside Theater, Fort Mason Center
2 Marina Blvd.
94123 San Francisco, CA

The San Francisco International Arts Festival presents Ariel Luckey’s AMNESIA A New Play about Race and Immigration. Layering theater, dance, spoken word and an original score of Hip Hop, Klezmer, and Mexican folk music, Amnesia tells the story of a young man who retraces his family’s migration from a small village in Eastern Europe through New York’s Lower East Side to Phoenix, Arizona, only to find that the violence his family fled cannot be so easily forgotten.

31
May

Amnesia: A New Play About Race and Immigration

Southside Theater, Fort Mason Center
2 Marina Blvd.
94123 San Francisco, CA

The San Francisco International Arts Festival presents Ariel Luckey’s AMNESIA A New Play about Race and Immigration. Layering theater, dance, spoken word and an original score of Hip Hop, Klezmer, and Mexican folk music, Amnesia tells the story of a young man who retraces his family’s migration from a small village in Eastern Europe through New York’s Lower East Side to Phoenix, Arizona, only to find that the violence his family fled cannot be so easily forgotten.

16
Jun

Jeremiah Fellowship Graduation

Join us in celebrating the graduating Bay Area cohort of Jeremiah fellows.  Light kosher refreshments provided. Please RSVP for location details.

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