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Shavuot

Shavuot 2014 begins at sundown on June 3. Some Jews, particularly Conservative and Orthodox Jews, celebrate Shavuot for two days; others, particularly Israeli and Reform Jews, celebrate the holiday for one day.

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Mon
Jun
02
Movement for Your Jewish Soul
7:00PM - 8:30PM

Movement for Your Jewish Soul

Lappin Foundation
Peabody, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Yoga instructor Ariela HaLevi will guide participants through a multi-sensory experience using gentle yoga that will help you experience the essence of Jewish holidays and strengthen your physical and spiritual... Read More
Tue
Jun
03
PJ Library Bagels and Blintzes Shavuot Story Hour
5:00PM - 6:30PM

PJ Library Bagels and Blintzes Shavuot Story Hour

Lappin Foundation
Peabody, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Join us for Shavuot stories, craft, music and bagels and blintzes supper. Free and open to all.  Supported by CJP. Extended Shavot programming after dinner for adults.
Sat
Jun
07
Tot Shabbat @ TI
10:30AM - 12:00PM

Tot Shabbat @ TI

Temple Israel of Natick
Natick, MA
Cost: FREE - Registration is required.
Join us for Tot Shabbat @ Temple Israel of Natick! All are welcome. Stories, songs, snacks, & fun! The 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, 10:30-noon! Tot Shabbat &... Read More
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Emily Leventhal

Counting the Omer

Bringing Learning to Life continues beyond the event on April 6th. For 49 days between the second day of Passover and Shavout, it is a... Read More
Posted in: Community News
The Butcherie 2 in Canton

The Butcherie 2 in Canton

We now have in stock the following fresh dairy products. Fresh Milk, 3 types of Cottage Cheese, Sour Cream, Mehadrin Yogurts, Greek Yogurts, fit n... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Thanksgivukkah Recipe - Cheddar Cheese Coins

Chosen Eats: Thanksgivukkah Recipe - Cheddar Cheese Coins

These cheesy crackers couldn’t be easier to throw together, with their egg-free dough and food-processor mixing method. I recommend making a double batch—serve some for... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Not Your Average Apples and Honey

Chosen Eats: Not Your Average Apples and Honey

Rosh Hashanah may be over, but fall is only beginning and Sukkot is just around the corner. So the classic pairing of apples and honey... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Two Fresh Takes in One Dish

Chosen Eats: Two Fresh Takes in One Dish

When my roommate bought a grill a couple of months ago, I secretly and selfishly celebrated because I knew I’d get more use out of... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Never Too Early for a Fall Favorite

Chosen Eats: Never Too Early for a Fall Favorite

If you’ve been up and about the last few mornings, you’ve felt that tinge of coolness in the air. It’s that hint of fall; the... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Rosh Hashanah Recipe - Pomegranate Ice Cream

Chosen Eats: Rosh Hashanah Recipe - Pomegranate Ice Cream

If you’ve ever cracked open a pomegranate, you know just how many seeds it’s capable of holding. There appear to be hundreds. And that’s exactly... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: Put a Little Snap in Your Summer Salad

Chosen Eats: Put a Little Snap in Your Summer Salad

I tend to get in a rut when it comes to summer salads. I forget that “salad” doesn’t mean it has to have a base... Read More
Posted in: Food
Chosen Eats: A Birthday Cake Fit for a Holiday

Chosen Eats: A Birthday Cake Fit for a Holiday

America’s not the only one with a birthday today. Twenty-nine years ago, my parents hurriedly left their town’s Independence Day parade after my mom went... Read More
Posted in: Food
Summertime Snacks on a Stick

Summertime Snacks on a Stick

By Mari Levine Making ice cream is a wholesome warm-weather activity, in theory. But let’s face it: not only does making your own frozen treat... Read More
Posted in: Kids & Parenting
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Camp Pembroke, a Cohen Camp for GIRLS

Camp Pembroke, a Cohen Camp for GIRLS

The only all-girls, trans-denominational Jewish camp in New England, Camp Pembroke is a unique sisterhood and spirited community. Located near Cape Cod, Pembroke offers a classic summer of fun, sun,... Read More
Camp Tel Noar, a NUT-FREE Cohen Camp

Camp Tel Noar, a NUT-FREE Cohen Camp

Spirited and NUT-FREE, Camp Tel Noar offers a summer of fun, forever friends and confidence, all infused with Jewish living and values. We invite your child to join Camp Tel... Read More
Congregation Agudath Achim (Taunton)

Congregation Agudath Achim (Taunton)

As a progressive, independent 100-year-old congregation, we serve the Greater Taunton Area Jewish community with weekly Shabbat morning services, monthly Shabbat evening services, a religious school for children birth to... Read More
Congregation B'nai Shalom

Congregation B'nai Shalom

Established in 1977, Congregation B'nai Shalom is a Reform Jewish congregation made up of more than 400 households. Coming from diverse backgrounds, we join together in worship, education, and celebration... Read More
Listed in: Synagogues - Reform
Congregation B'nai Torah

Congregation B'nai Torah

Our Temple is a growing congregation of over 220 families. Located in Sudbury, Massachusetts; B’nai Torah was founded in 1974 by a small group of people who wanted to participate... Read More
Listed in: Synagogues - Reform
Congregation Beth Israel (Andover)

Congregation Beth Israel (Andover)

Congregation Beth Israel, the Merrimack Valley's oldest "new" congregation, combines a start-up spirit with over a century of history and experience. We are an active and vibrant congregation which celebrates... Read More
Congregation Beth Israel (Worcester)

Congregation Beth Israel (Worcester)

Congregation Beth Israel is a warm, welcoming egalitarian community affiliated with The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Our synagogue focuses on Jewish core values: studying Torah, joining in communal prayer,... Read More
Congregation Beth Israel (Malden)

Congregation Beth Israel (Malden)

The fashionable West End of Malden is the perfect location for young families looking for upscale, affordable housing just minutes from downtown Boston by nearby subway. Our community offers Jewish... Read More
Congregation Dorshei Tzedek

Congregation Dorshei Tzedek

Dorshei Tzedek is a dynamic and growing Reconstructionist congregation. We are dedicated to Jewish learning and to ethical Jewish living in the modern world. Our religious school is a Reconstructionist... Read More
Congregation Kahal B'raira

Congregation Kahal B'raira

Humanistic Judaism offers an alternative approach to Judaism, including non-theistic celebrations of Jewish holidays and life-cycle events, and a love of Jewish heritage. We learn from humanism and the history,... Read More