Kids … now it’s your turn. Roll up your sleeves, put on your aprons, and get ready for an awesome Challah baking experience. Children from across the Charlotte area are invited. Our goal is to bring Jewish children of all ages together, from every point of the Jewish spectrum, for a day of unity, fun and creativity. Each child will make their very own batch of challah dough from scratch and braid their challahs to take home. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Monday, January 21, 1 PM
Lerner Hall at the Levine Jewish Community Center
$10 per child
Appropriate for children ages 4-11
Snacks will be served.
For more information visit: www.cltmegachallah.com or email Leah@JewishBallantyne.com.
Please join the Jewish Federation’s Community Relations Council on Thursday, January 17, 2019 when the JCRC Speaker Lecture Series presents:“ Defining Antisemitism and Why It Matters”, a conversation with Mark Weitzman of the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation at 7:30pm in the Sam Lerner Center for the Cultural Arts at Shalom Park.
In wake of the deadly attack on Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue, we will hear from the world’s leading expert on the history and modern manifestations of Anti-Semitism and Holocaust denials. Join us as Mark shares how he and his collogues worked for years to create a globally recognized definition of Anti-Semitism as a means to combat hate worldwide.
Author of several books and essay on Antisemitism and Holocaust denial, Mark Weitzman is the Director of Government Affairs for the Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Chief Representative of the Center to the United Nations in New York. He is a member… Continue reading
On December 13, at 7 PM in the Belk Chapel, the Greenspon Center will celebrate its second anniversary by hosting a dramatic reading of the play “Protective Custody: Prisoner 34042.” This evening will honor the more than three dozen Charlotte area Holocaust survivors and will celebrate the success of the Stan Greenspon Center’s first two years. To RSVP visit our website.