Women's Philanthropy engages women of all ages and giving levels in social, educational and philanthropic events and activities, allowing all Jewish women in Seattle to be included in the Jewish Federation and to participate in creating community.
Together, Women's Philanthropy and the Jewish Federation as a whole work toward strengthening, repairing and ensuring the Jewish community in Seattle, Israel and around the world.
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CANVAS! brings their popular Paint & Sip studio to the Stroum Jewish Community Center for a Tu B’Shevat-themed night!
Online registration is now closed. You can still purchase tickets at the door.
Contact Shoshannah Hoffman at ShoshannahH@JewishinSeattle.org for more info.
Come drum, dance and play in this fun, community-building event with family and friends! No experience necessary.
Suggested donation of $15 per family. Questions? Ask Kate Speizer, firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.384.6020.
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm at Seattle Jewish Community School
12351 8th Ave. NE, Seattle
Explore themes and traditions of Chanukah through an email series, culminating in a get-together to celebrate the Festival of Lights. There will be a discussion on how to integrate acts of kindness, sharing and justice into the holiday. The series also look at unique issues for interfaith and Jewish by choice families - with a chance to plan for the holiday season.
Families from across the spectrum of Jewish life are invited to enjoy the emails and then join Jewish Family Service for snacks, story, songs and other activities.
Unplug from technology and plug in to your community and family. Shabbat Unplugged offers a variety of activities, including PJ Library storytelling, a gym obstacle course, Shabbat arts and crafts, family yoga, and a song session with guest Eli Rosenblatt.
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm at the Stroum Jewish Community Center,
3801 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island