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.
45-minute online service for kids under 9 and families at 9 a.m., 90-minute online service at 10:30 a.m., followed by in-person, bring-your-own picnic and tashlich. Meet in park at 12:45 p.m.
Short, informal, community-led, socially distanced outdoor services; bring chair. Must be fully vaccinated or wear mask. Services followed by potluck lunch and tashlich. Bring your own plates/cups/utensils and food and/or beverages to share. Free, donation suggested. RSVP to [email protected]
The Workers Circle presents an interactive musical celebration focused on unity, action and renewal.
Author Rebecca Donner in conversation about her book, “All the Frequent Troubles of Our Days,” about her great-great-aunt’s political activism in Nazi Germany. In-person with proof of vaccination required or online-only ticket options.
JCCSF and Reboot lead a modern take on Rosh Hashanah ritual of tashlich. Cast off your bad vuggum (karma) from 5781 by tossing bird seed into the ocean. Bring a shofar if you have one. Masks recommended for the unvaccinated.
Celebration hosted by Oshman Family JCC with activities for children and adults. Bring a picnic to enjoy after a Rosh Hashanah ceremony. Honey, apples and challah will be provided. Limited capacity. $36 per family, registration required.
Listen to the blast of the shofar and join a Chabad of Novato communal procession for the observance of tashlich.
Usher in the Jewish New Year with a gourmet second-night dinner, traditional Rosh Hashanah delicacies, song and discussion with 20s and 30s group Young Jewish Professionals. Reservation required.