Virtual Events in the Community

Check out these and other options for Jewish connectivity through our Community Partners. Many online learning options have been made available.

Israel Philharmonic Presents Pre-Hanukkah Global Celebration Exploring Music, Movies and Miracles 
Saturday, Dec. 6, 2:00-3:00 pm EST
American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (AFIPO) and the Israel Philharmonic Foundation will premiere the “Israel Philharmonic Pre-Hanukkah Global Celebration,” a multi-disciplinary program of instrumental performances, behind-the-scenes interviews, and powerful messages of hope.
The event will stream internationally, free of charge. Register through AFIPO’s website; donations will offset critical Philharmonic revenue losses due to forced pandemic closures. For more information and to register go to AIFPO.

B’Yachad Together: Spirited by American Jewish University
AJU has been working on ways for to stay connected, even in the era of social distancing. They are welcoming B’Yachad Together: Spirited by American Jewish University, offering you NO COST ONLINE LEARNING that captures and delivers the insights of their faculty and friends and convenes our diverse and inclusive community to advance ideas, dialogue and debate. Visit: https://www.aju.edu/byachad-together

Hadar Online Resources
Gather virtually with others in the Hadar community. The relevant Zoom link or access information is included in each calendar event to direct you to the virtual meeting room. Visit Hadar’s Virtual Beit Midrash Calendar. The relevant Zoom link or access information is included in each calendar event.

Connect with JTS online.
There are Pesah resources to find inspiration for what will certainly be very different kinds of seders this year, along with online mini-courses. Learn more here.

92nd St Y is exploring innovative and creative ways to keep the community, engaged and connected. 92y.org/92yathome contains hundreds of recordings of 92Y talks, readings, concerts, and educational programs.