September 18, 2014 / 23rd of Elul, 5774
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  • Friday, September 19
    7:30pm – 9:00pm
    Fenway Park, Boston map
    • $0.00 Free
    • $35.00 Preferred Seating
    • $125.00 VIP
    The first-ever Shakespeare at Fenway, celebrating Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s 20th Anniversary season, is set for Friday, September 19. Founding Artistic Director Steve Maler has cast an amazing starting line-up of local and national celebrities for an evening of the Best of the Bard in scen Read More
  • Sunday, September 21
    11:00am – 3:00pm
    Russell Orchards, Ipswich map
    • $15.00 Bring Money to Buy Apples
    Join the TBS 20s30s Group to pick your own apples for fall! We’ll be picking our apples at Russell Orchards in Ipswich. We will come back with apples, cider, and delicious cider doughnuts! Read More
  • Monday, September 22
    6:00pm – 7:30pm
    Boston, Boston map
    FREE
    Join Jewish young adults to eat FREE food and discover how you can make a difference in your neighborhood! Meet up with JCRC's ReachOut! Monday, September 22nd from 6-7:30 at one of 3 locations to learn more. Boston: Lir Brookline: Coolidge Corner Clubhouse Cambridge: Clover in Harvard... Read More
  • Tuesday, September 23
    7:00pm – 9:00pm
    met bar , Boston map
    • $85.00 Dinner
    Register HereRegistration closes on September 22
    Kitchen Kibitz will be hosting our next event in the Met Back Bay Townhouse for a special Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) pop up dinner, "Land of Milk & Honey." The event will be a prix fixe dinner in a communal setting exploring some of the mystical Mizrachi Jewish cuisine of Middle East. Read More
  • Wednesday, September 24 6:30pm
    Friday, September 26 1:30pm
    The Vilna Shul, Boston map
    FREE
    Register HereRegistration closes on September 23
    Havurah on the Hill (HOH) hosts Rosh Hashanah services at the historic Vilna Shul on Beacon Hill in Boston. HOH’s services are non-denominational, egalitarian, & open to all. Tickets are issued on a first come, first served basis. Only 300 tickets can be issued per holiday. CJP Ticket Match Partner. Read More
  • Wednesday, September 24
    7:30pm – 8:30pm
    First Parish UU Church, Arlington map
    Kahal Braira is a Humanistic Jewish community of choice in the Boston / Cambridge area offering an alternative approach to Judaism. Please join us for reflection and renewal. Hear the sound of the shofar blowing. Experience a humanistic interpretation of holiday traditions. If you love... Read More
  • Wednesday, September 24
    7:30pm – 9:30pm
    Brookline VFW Post, Brookline map
    • $100.00 Suggested Donation
    • $0.00 Free
    Whether you’re bored every year and go for family…or nostalgia…or guilt…or just haven’t gone for years…give it one more chance…. Please join us for services in English with meaning, melody and humor Read More
  • Monday, September 29
    12:00pm – 12:01pm
    All Over Boston, Boston map
    FREE
    Register HereRegistration closes on September 29
    ReachOut! is a program that offers young Jewish professionals in their 20s and 30s an opportunity to volunteer in the Boston community. We offer options in different locations of Boston as well as different focus areas. Volunteering opportunities occur Monday through Thursday evenings. Our cycle... Read More
  • Tuesday, September 30
    7:30pm – 8:45pm
    THE CHAI CENTER, Brookline map
    Join us for a two-part special torah studies session on the meaning, experience and modern day application of what Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot are all about. Bring a pen and paper, and find out why even the most secular Jews want to connect at this time of year. Read More
  • Friday, October 3 6:30pm
    Saturday, October 4 7:30pm
    The Vilna Shul, Boston map
    FREE
    Register HereRegistration closes on September 23
    Havurah on the Hill (HOH) hosts Yom Kippur services at the historic Vilna Shul on Beacon Hill in Boston. HOH’s services are non-denominational, egalitarian, & open to all. Tickets are issued on a first come, first served basis. Only 300 tickets can be issued per holiday. CJP Ticket Match Partner. Read More
  • Saturday, October 4
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Brookline VFW Post, Brookline map
    • $100.00 Suggested Donation
    • $0.00 Free
    Whether you’re bored every year and go for family…or nostalgia…or guilt…or just haven’t gone for years…give it one more chance…. Please join us for services in English with meaning, melody and humor Read More
  • Friday, October 10
    6:15pm – 10:00pm
    RSVP For Location, Boston map
    Keshet and JP Shabbat join together for this Shabbat celebration in the largest sukkah in JP! Services are egalitarian, participatory, and led by community members. Read More
  • Sunday, October 12
    11:00am – 2:00pm
    Chabad Of Peabody, Peabody map
    • $5.00 child fee-
    Sukkah Party for all ages! Read More
  • Sunday, October 12
    11:00am – 1:30pm
    Boston Homebrew Supply / 50 Longwood Ave (Brookline), Brookline map
    • $22.00 Beer Talk & Pizza
    • $10.00 Just Pizza and Crafting
    • $0.00 kids under 6
    Register HereRegistration closes on October 10
    Celebrate Sukkot, the Jewish harvest festival, with the ultimate in grains! Boston HomeBrew Beer Supply owner and former Boston BeerWorks head brewer Josh Sattin will teach us some tricks and tips of beer brewing and using fall harvest indgredients– and we’ll send you off with a HomeBrew Supply... Read More
  • Sunday, October 12
    7:00pm – 10:00pm
    THE CHAI CENTER, Brookline map
    • $15.00 Early Bird
    • $20.00 At the Door
    SUSHI IN THE SUKKAH Party with 100'S of Boston’s Jewish young adults under the 3,000-year-old mystical canopy called The Sukkah. Enjoy Kosher Sushi and listen to Live JAZZ music on this holiday also known as the Time of Joy.” Read More
  • Tuesday, October 14
    5:30pm – 10:00pm
    Temple Israel, Boston map
    Sukkot, a biblical harvest festival, is also a time to welcome guests, so what could be better than welcoming you to harvest with us and prepare our meal together? After working in teams to gather and cook, we will come together under the stars to feast on our local food and home made beer and salsa Read More
  • Saturday, October 25
    4:00pm – 6:00pm
    Down Under Yoga Newton, Newton map
    • $18.00 Workshop fee
    Shira Yoga is a new practice that integrates two authentic pathways: yoga and the global Jewish music of Piyut. Awaken the body, heart, and mind through centering movement, live music and guided chanting of devotional music from Spain, Morocco, Algeria, Persia, and other places Jews lived for... Read More
  • Sunday, October 26
    10:00am – 1:00pm
    Temple Beth Abraham, Canton map
    • $25.00 5K & 10K
    • $10.00 Fun Run
    Runners, spectators, and volunteers converge in Canton to enjoy the annual event, widely regarded as one of the most scenic and challenging races in the area. The Canton Fall Classic road race hosts a competitive 10K and 5K plus a 1 mi. Fun Run. It is the major fundraiser for Temple Beth Abraham. Read More
  • Tuesday, October 28
    7:00pm – 9:00pm
    Temple Sinai, Brookline map
    A Jewish wedding ceremony is imbued with rituals and symbols of deep significance. Learn about the meaning of these rituals which bind marriage partners to each other in a sacred relationship. Taught by Rabbi Julie Zupan at Temple Sinai in Brookline. No Cost. Advanced registration is required. Read More
  • Tuesday, October 28
    7:00pm – 9:00pm
    Locations include downtown Boston, Allston/Brighton, Brookline and Cambridge/Somerville, Boston map
    • $50.00 General Admission
    LEADS is a social, eight-session introduction to what CJP and the Boston Jewish community have to offer! Meet and socialize with other Jewish young adults in your neighborhood. You’ll engage in small group discussions at a volunteer’s home, followed by an outing to meet up with the other LEADS... Read More
  • Saturday, November 8
    4:00pm – 6:00pm
    Down Under Yoga Newton, Newton map
    • $18.00 Workshop fee
    Shira Yoga is a new practice that integrates two authentic pathways: yoga and the global Jewish music of Piyut. Awaken the body, heart, and mind through centering movement, live music and guided chanting of devotional music from Spain, Morocco, Algeria, Persia, and other places Jews lived for... Read More
  • Wednesday, December 3
    6:30pm – 9:00pm
    The Paint Bar: Newbury St. Location, Boston map
    • $35.00 Reserve your easel!
    Register HereRegistration closes on November 1
    Mingle with other Jewish 20s and 30s, learn about Jewish poverty in Boston & the work Yad Chessed does to help those in need, & try your hand at painting a fun winter scene with direction from the Paint Bar! Sign up early! Space is very limited. ThePaintBar will donate $10/ticket back to Yad Chessed Read More
  • Saturday, December 20
    4:00pm – 6:00pm
    Down Under Yoga, Brookline map
    • $18.00 Workshop fee
    Shira Yoga is a new practice that integrates two authentic pathways: yoga and the global Jewish music of Piyut. Awaken the body, heart, and mind through centering movement, live music and guided chanting of devotional music from Spain, Morocco, Algeria, Persia, and other places Jews lived for... Read More
  • Sunday, March 1
    5:30pm – 8:00pm
    Back Bay Event Center, Boston map
    • $36.00 General Admission
    Modern twists on traditional Jewish food! Read More
  • Thursday, March 19
    7:30pm – 9:00pm
    The Vilna Shul, Boston map
    Price TBD
    Our panelists include: Dr. Rachel Barbanel-Fried, PsyD; Elisha Horen Gechter, MA, MBA, Jewish educator; Carla Naumberg, PhD, author of "Parenting in the Present Moment: How to Stay Focused on What Matters," editor at kveller.com; and Emma Snyder Samuels, MS RD, co-founder of Eat Better Together. Read More