Organizers of the 41st festival suggest finishing with the 2021 drama “Plan A,” about a group of Holocaust survivors who want to poison the German water system. With Michael Aloni (“Shtisel”) and August Diehl (“Inglourious Basterds”). In English. Available to screen from July 21 to Aug. 1. $15, with registration.
East Bay Jewish film fest presents screenwriter and film lecturer Galit Roichman deconstructing the 1999 rom-com “Notting Hill,” starring Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts. $10, with registration.
A workshop led by Rabbi Esther Azar, founder of Trauma Informed Rabbinics, to learn about the healing properties of Jewish rituals and how they operate on spiritual and psychological levels. Sponsored by Congregation Ner Shalom.
An acoustic concert of American folk and roots music, with original songs in English, Spanish and Hebrew. Vilozny, a 2019 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass performer, has many songs in Hebrew.
Bay Area Chabads present a “Ladies Night Out” social gathering with the cuisine and culture of Yemenite Jewry and a henna artist. Includes Yemenite buffet from caterer Ma’lawah Bar and wine.