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A place for Jewish 21 to 40-somethings to meet, mingle, and make lasting memories. From fun outings to meaningful volunteer and fundraising opportunities, NJG offers a way to do Jewish on your own terms in Toledo. Formerly known as Young Jewish Toledo. 

PJ Library® is completely FREE for families in the Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo region.


PJ Library® seeks to engage Jewish families with young children making bedtime story-time Jewish. Each participating child in our community will receive a high-quality Jewish children’s book or CD every month, from age six months through age eight. 


Each book and CD comes with resources to help families use the selection in their home. The book and music list has been selected by the foremost children’s book experts and includes a wide array of themes related to Jewish holidays, folktales and Jewish family life. 

 

Click here to go to the PJ Library page

Next Jewish Generation wants to empower you to host a Shabbat dinner for your friends in your own space, be it an apartment, house, park, or Toledo pub. The goal of our Breaking Bread program is to help you create a warm, intimate Shabbat experience on your own terms. Please complete this form at least two weeks prior to the date you would like to host your Shabbat dinner. Hallie will discuss with you the Shabbat experience that you are planning and provide you with some basic Shabbat supplies.

 

Want to order pizza? Perfect! Feel like having a potluck? Fabulous! You choose how formal or informal this experience will be for your guests. If needed, you will be reimbursed up to a maximum of $100 per Shabbat dinner (not including alcohol). To be reimbursed, hosts must complete a survey following the event, submit receipts, and upload or allow any photos taken during the event to be shared on our Facebook page.

 

Interested? Click here to fill out the quick application. Questions? Contact Hallie at Hallie@jewishtoledo.org.

What's next?

 

Next Jewish Generation Toledo Cooks –

Pierogis Before Passover!

Saturday, April 13

7 p.m.

Foodology - 2059 W. Laskey Rd.

$20 by Friday, April 5, $25 after - Includes cooking class, dinner, and drinks. Limited spots, no walk-ins. RSVP required to Hallie Freed at hallie@jewishtoledo.org or 419-724-0362

 

Ready, set....cook! Join NJG at Foodology for a savory and fun night out. This intermediate class will show you how to make fresh pierogi dough, roll it, and then fill it with your favorite vegetarian pierogi fillings.

 

Rembrandt on Rye Jewish Food and Arts Festival

Sunday, May 19

Congregation B'nai Israel

11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 

Jewish food, music, artists...it would have been enough, but there's so much more! Admission to the festival is FREE. To buy food tickets, click here.

 

Next Jewish Generation Trivia Nights

Tuesday, May 7 – Sidelines Sylvania, 6060 Renaissance Pl.

Thursday, June 13 – The Casual Pint, 3550 Executive Pkwy

Monday, July 29 – Inside the Five – 5703 Main St.

 

RSVP the day prior each trivia night to Hallie Freed at hallie@jewishtoledo.org or 419-724-0362

 

Appetizers on us, drinks on you! Test your skills and pub knowledge by joining NJG for a night of trivia. Trivia starts at 7 p.m., make sure to arrive by 6:45 p.m. Reservation will be under “Next Jewish Generation.”

 

Axe-Cuse Me, Next Jewish Generation?

Saturday, June 1

Axe 419 – 9851 Meridian Ct., Rossford (Inside Hero’s Toledo)

Axe throwing starts at 7:15 p.m., please arrive by 7 p.m.

 

$20 per person by 5/24, $30 after – Includes 2 hours of axe throwing, appetizers, and one adult beverage. Limited spots, no walk-ins. RSVP required to Hallie Freed at hallie@jewishtoledo.org or 419-724-0362

 

Ever thrown an axe before? Come out and join us for a night of throwing, noshing and drinks at Axe 419! No experience necessary, just make sure to wear closed-toe shoes.