Menu for pick-up includes pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, latkes, kugel, rugelach, matzah balls, seeded rye, two kinds of challah and more. Order by Aug. 18.
Jewish Baby Network prep-for-Rosh-Hashanah event with singing, movement and puppets. Bring a blanket. For families with kids 1½ years and younger, and older siblings. $10 suggested donation.
Master drummer Craig Bravo Miller of Shamati Music leads a drum circle and instrument march for families, plus instrument making, art, a shofar blast and ruach (spirit). Limited capacity and rotating groups to ensure social distancing; masks required for 2 and older.
Bay Area Jewish Hiking Club’s first event since shelter-in-place. Choose a flat or slightly hilly hike in a scenic 4-mile round trip. Bring water, bag lunch; mask if unvaccinated.
Chabad of Petaluma event to celebrate the completion of the city’s first community Torah. A scribe will handwrite the last letters, followed by music and festivities.
Congregation B’nai Shalom presents barbecued kosher hot dogs, games and fun for all ages. Meet the clergy and directors and tour the campus. Registration requested.
Arts and crafts from local vendors are available for purchase at Oshman Family JCC’s Rosh Hashanah market. Includes live music, lawn games, barbecue and drinks.
Panelists will provide tips/tools for teens and adults to respond to antisemitism and anti-Zionism. With ADL’s Seth Brysk, college student Micah Bloom and educator Matthew Levin of StandWithUs. Sponsored by Contra Costa JCC, ADL and StandWithUs.
Join members of East Bay’s newest Hadassah chapter for young women for artisanal pizzas, wine from Tessier Winery and tarot card readings. Address provided with registration.