Watch the 2016 documentary about gay man in England who is torn between his “out” life and reconnecting with his Orthodox family in Israel, streaming Nov. 30-Dec. 2 in English and Hebrew with subtitles. Panel discussion will include Saar Maoz, the subject of the film. Offered by East Bay Jewish film fest, Under One Tent, […]
SFSU creative writing faculty discuss their works and writing Jewish narratives, especially from Latin American, Middle Eastern and the U.S perspectives. Presented by Jewish studies and other departments at SFSU. Virtual option.
Singer Tair Haim of A-Wa, Italian chef Sylvia Nacamulli, dancer Rachel Linsky and five other Jewish women artists share their unique creations inspired by menorahs in the collection of Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. Register required, through Peninsula JCC.
Concert by the band 8th Day, arts and crafts for kids, individually packaged latkes/doughnuts and giant menorah lighting. Free with registration.
Decorate your own Hanukkah cookie, listen to live Jewish music, play games and enjoy dinner, latkes and doughnuts.
Chabad of Contra Costa Women’s Circle presents a “Ladies Night Out” holiday event that includes a latke-and-martini bar and crafting a granite menorah. Registration required.
Inside look at the 100-year-old S.F. congregation and Rabbi Saul White, who served there for 48 years, took stands on social issues and made a huge, lasting impact on Bay Area Jewry. Talk by historian Fred Rosenbaum. Co-presented by Beth Sholom and Jewish Community Library.
Peninsula JCC and other nearby Jewish entities invite the community to an outdoor candlelighting, with Krispy Kreme doughnuts, latkes, gelt, dreidels, music and trivia. Masks encouraged.