Connect with Jewish Life: Culture

A full list of one-time and recurring events is in the Community Calendar.

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HAVDALAH HONKY TONK
Sing your favorite Israeli and secular folk and rock songs. Bring your guitars and other instruments. Led by Chava Mirel, Cantor Bradlee Kurland and Eliyahu Krigel.
February 25, 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
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DAVID BROZA UNPLUGGED
David Broza, superstar Israeli folk-rock singer and songwriter, returns to Seattle for one night only. Broza's charismatic performances feature fusion flamenco-flavored guitar rhythms, percussive techniques, and whirlwind finger picking.
March 1, 8 pm, Stroum Jewish Community Center
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LOST AND FOUND IN LOVE, BY ISSAC BASHEVIS SINGER
Tales of the Alchemysts Theater is a new performance company with seasoned local actors and musicians dedicated to bringing provocative and entertaining Jewish literature to life. An evening of dramatic storytelling with a staged reading of Issac Bashevis Singer's short stories set to live music. Q&A follows. Co-sponsored by Julie and Rabbi Jim Mirel.
March 19, 4:30 pm, Stroum Jewish Community Center
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SEATTLE JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL
The 22nd annual cinematic exploration and celebration of global Jewish and Israeli life, history, complexity, culture and film for everyone. SJFF is a mainstay in the Seattle arts calendar, attracting thousands of patrons every year.
March 25 - April 2, various locations
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