2002 Emmy-winning documentary “A Yiddish World Remembered,” which recounts pre-Holocaust Jewish life in Europe via survivor interviews, rare archival footage and photos. 55 and over.
Jack Hirschman, former S.F. poet laureate, speaks about Judaism’s mystical strain. Free with admission.
Includes music, dancing and stories, with light dinner and dessert. For families with children in third grade or younger. RSVP required.
San Francisco Interfaith Council and Grace Cathedral partner with Emanu-El to host Yemeni refugee and “The Fox Hunt” memoirist Mohammed Al Samawi. Free.
Doreet Jehassi, purveyor of Israeli breads via her website TheMalawahBar.com, leads a workshop on cooking a Yemenite Shabbat dinner. Limit of 15 people. Santa Clara location given with registration.
Composer-musician Yuval Ron and his drummer present a service with Mizrachi music and storytelling.