Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ will be accepting shelf-stable items for distribution at JFCS food bank locations across the Bay Area. Drop donations at collection sites in S.F., the Peninsula or Marin. Through Sept. 27.
Pick apples and harvest honey with Oshman Family JCC for Rosh Hashanah. After, enjoy a short hike to Redwood Grove. Bring a snack or picnic lunch. At a farm in Los Altos Hills; address provided with registration. $35 per family of four, $5 per extra kid.
Jewish Baby Network and PJ Library East Bay host outdoor event with song, dance, puppets, apples and honey and shofar-blowing. For families with kids 3 and under. Bring blanket and snacks. Free, suggested donation.
Jewish Baby Network hosts outdoor event with song, dance, puppets, apples and honey. For families with kids 3 and under. Bring blanket and snacks. Co-sponsored by Kol Emeth, Beth Am, Beth Jacob and PJCC. Free, suggested donation.
Educational workshop at which kids can make a shofar, round holiday challah or honey dish, decorate a honey cake or design a new year’s card. Presented by Chabad of Alameda. RSVP required.
Gathering on a covered outdoor terrace to learn the origins of customs such as shofar blowing, apples and honey and tashlich, and why there are so many Jewish holidays all in one month. Presented by OFJCC and BINA: The Jewish Movement for Social Change.