Check out our upcoming programming. We can't wait to see you all!
Wednesday, November 30
Shorty's True American Roadhouse (outdoor patio), 5111 Monroe St.
$18 per person - includes trivia, vegetarian buffet dinner, dessert, and more
What is an EGOT? Can you name that tune in just a few notes? What is pi to the 10th digit?
Get ready to test your knowledge at Jewish Toledo’s own trivia night. This event is open to adult community members from the silent generation to baby boomers to Gen X to Millennials and everyone in between. Bring a group of friends and be the “smarty pants” of your age group. The top three teams will win prizes.
RSVP by November 18 to Sherry Majewski at 419-724-0351 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up online here.
Sunday, December 11
Crosby Conference Center (Toledo Botanical Gardens), 5403 Elmer Drive
12 p.m. (come right after Sunday School!)
$5 per person – includes lunch, activities, etc.
Kids 5 and under FREE
This event is for heroes of ALL ages.
Kapow! Boom! Oy Vey! Celebrate the holiday of Hanukkah by giving back to those in need this season. Heroes of all ages are invited to come perform different service project that will help provide comfort to seniors, foster care children, and homeless individuals, to name a few. One person can make all the difference. Put on your cape and join us because there is a JEWPER hero in all of us!
RSVP by Friday, December 2 to: Sherry Majewski, 419-724-0351 or email@example.com or online by clicking here.
Sponsored by Jack and Kathryn Gallon Community Scholarship & Educational Opportunity Fund
A large community rally to celebrate Hanukkah and to shine a light on rising antisemitism
Sunday, December 18
Congregation Etz Chayim
RSVPs required by December 9; includes a full kosher dinner (dairy)
To RSVP, please contact Sherry Majewski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-724-0351 or register online at https://form.jotform.com/jewishtoledo/shine-a-light.
Shine a Light on Antisemitism is funded in part by the generosity of the Stu and Jo-Jo Goldberg Donor Advised Fund of the Toledo Jewish Community Foundation.
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Made possible through a grant from the
Toledo Jewish Community Foundation.
Experience a Memorable Overnight Jewish Initiative (EMOJI) offers children ages 7-16 a FREE Jewish camping experience for first-time campers or at a very reduced cost for those returning to camp.
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