Limmud eFestival

Top Pick March 29, 2020 $18.00 - $36.00 0
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(Photo: Nutthaseth Vanchaichana/iStock)

The first-ever Limmud eFestival features dozens of presenters teaching on the most interesting and important Jewish ideas today. Connect with Jewish community, cultivate your curiosity and expand your horizons, all while practicing “social distancing” and staying safe!

Confirmed presenters include:

  • Leon Morris (president, Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies)
  • Joseph Shamash (rabbi and Jewish Persian cowboy)
  • Janette Silverman (genealogist, Ancestry.com)
  • Abby Stein (author and activist)
  • Sarah Tuttle-Singer (new media editor, The Times of Israel)
  • Mary Zamore (executive director, Women’s Rabbinic Network)

Questions? Email efest@limmudna.org.

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When
Sunday, March 29, 2020, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Price
$18.00 Early bird by March 22
$36.00

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