Judaism Gets Back to Our Roots with Sukkot on the Farm

Sukkot on the Farm Wilderness Torah invites you to gather in multi-generational community for the sixth annual Sukkot on the Farm Festival – a four-night camp out and celebration of the fall harvest. Come co-create our village and enjoy the Columbus day weekend with farm-fresh organic food, Shabbat and Sukkot celebration, bonfires, music, learning, kids…

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Summer Reading

Want to lie on the hammock and read? How about a book with some Jewish aspect to it? Here are some recent books being talked about this summer. Happy reading! The Hare with Amber Eyes by Edmund De Waal Non- Fiction: A popular book about a collection of Japanese miniatures owned by a wealthy German…

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What’s Jewish about that?

I recently emailed a friend (yes, she in an interfaith marriage) who works at Berkeley Rep Theater to ask, “Do you have upcoming plays with a Jewish theme?” She replied, “Maybe I’m not the right person to ask because in my eyes there is always a Jewish theme.” She sent me some of her ideas…

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