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The Jewish holidays have ended, and there is the beginning of a chill in the air--heralding the time of year when we have to entertain our children indoors, which can get old really fast! As such,…we’ve rounded-up the top events happening in October and November to keep everyone busy, warm, and happy. In addition to all of the items listed below, J Town is a fabulous indoor play space for your little ones, because it often features regular programming, such as story times and tot Shabbat. While it may seem… >> Read More
S’mores, campfires, celebrating Shabbat with friends, Havdalah by the lake, and color war are probably just a few of the memories you might have–or might want your kids to make – related to…Jewish summer camp. But how do you pick the right one? Co-ed? Single gender? Specialty? Day camp or sleepaway? The choices can be positively dizzying! No need to despair! Baltimore has its very own camp concierge. What is a camp concierge you might ask? Janna Zuckerman at The Center for Jewish Camping at The Associated… >> Read More
It’s September, people! Even if the weather disagrees, it is time to exchange the beach bags and pool towels for lunch boxes and backpacks and start planning for the Jewish High Holidays.
Rosh…Hashanah—the Jewish New Year—is less than two weeks away, beginning on Sunday, September 13 at sundown, followed by Yom Kippur—the Day of Atonement—which starts on Tuesday evening, Sept. 22. But wait, there’s more! Right after that comes the harvest holiday of Sukkot, which we usher in on Sunday evening, Sept. 27. So what to do… >> Read More
‘Member, Rachie? Remember when they delivered those trees and you were so sick, but you laughed?
It was a magnificent day in late September. We were heading home after chemo. Somehow, those…biweekly treatments were beginning to feel routine. We made our way down Greenspring Ave., past stately homes, their lawns carpeted in autumn splendor. You seemed aloof, other-worldly. I sensed your weariness setting in. You began to nod off. I wondered if you noticed the sunbeams dancing through the windshield. By then, I was so lost… >> Read More
It’s the middle of July and you have probably settled into some sort of summer routine. While the endless loads of chlorine-soaked laundry may be keeping you busy, the slower pace of summer often…leaves a little more room for fun. Whether you’re looking for some activities to keep your little one busy, or hoping to add some Jewish flavor to your summer fun, we have you covered: JCC Open Play & JCS Parenting Workshop An expert-lead session on family/work/life balance, and a craft project. Definitely not a bad… >> Read More