A virtual plasticine-sculpting workshop for Russian-speaking Jews and their families.
Limud series continues with Pawel Maciejko presenting a contemporary look at the Frankest movement in Judaism.
The dazzling Grammy-nominated Danish String Quartet perform Britten’s extroverted Divertimenti and Schubert’s thrilling Death and the Maiden quartet at Shriver Hall Concert Series.
Experience Indian Jewish culture with Samson Koletkar (aka Mahatma Moses) the world's only Indian Jewish stand-up comedian.
Take a trip to Jewish India with BZD & Rahel Musleah!
An exclusive virtual invitation to two exhibits at the Jewish Museum of New York City.
New in town or a deep-rooted Baltimorean looking to branch out? It’s time to CHAT!
For families with a child with special needs.
The museum will present an online and interactive tour in 360 technology accompanied by a guide that combines historical events with personal stories.
Join JPW as local female business leaders share their stories of personal reflection and offer professional inspiration.
Jewish Community Services invites adults with disabilities for a weekly social hour complete with movies, games, activities, and snacks!
Join the BZD and Evgenia (Jane) Kempinski as we explore the unknown world of the Russian-Jewish artists.
Middot Conversations, a seven-part moderated series featuring Baltimore based leaders reflecting on their personal experiences of a specific middah.
The Center for Jewish Education invites you to a screening of How Jack Became Black. A documentary featuring Eli Steele, a Deaf man born to a black father and a Jewish mother.
Learn four disciplines that will help you achieve optimal performance and bring joy back into your work.
Join us in honor of World Cancer Day and help raise awareness about cancer.