BaltimoreWhether you're looking for a preschool in Park Heights or a kosher supermarket in the heart of the city, browse through our list of local resources to find everything you need to do Jewish in Baltimore.
Hanukkah 2018 is almost here and there are lots of family-friendly ways to celebrate in the Baltimore area including concerts, story times, fireworks, art, and even science. While you’re planning…your holiday fun, consider donating a new, unwrapped toy, book, craft project, or gift card to the JCS Toy Drive with drop-off locations at the Park Heights and Owings Mills JCC’s and at the Barnes & Noble in Pikesville. Hanukkah 2018 begins at sundown on Sunday, December 2 and concludes at sundown on Monday, December… >> Read More
Parents are the original jack of all trades. The range of roles we are called upon to play in a single day is, if you think about it, quite staggering. It is really quite staggering even if you…don’t think about it, and if you are yourself a parent, it is likely you don’t have the time to do so anyway. The different hats we wear as parents are above and beyond the roles that adults already play in general, such as parent, spouse, employee, manager, sibling, child, friend, dog walker, barista, dish… >> Read More
It may seem hard to believe, but there will come a time when your child is going to take his or her first step, roll, or crawl out of the nest and into an organized program with other children.…Whether you are looking for daycare, full-day preschool, half-day preschool, or something in between, finding the right fit for your child and family can seem like an overwhelming task. To help get you on your way, we have rounded up a list of Jewish preschools in the Baltimore area. The fine print: The information on… >> Read More
Sukkot is the ultimate kid-friendly holiday. It is multi-sensory, outdoors, joyful noise is encouraged, and there is even a parade! Kids get to shake the lulav, smell the etrog and have picnics in…the sukkah. On Simchat Torah it is customary to parade around with the Torahs, wave flags, and sing and dance at the top of your lungs - and did we mention that there’s usually candy? You can celebrate this family-friendly harvest festival on a farm, at an adventure park, with stories and crafts, and even… >> Read More
September is jam-packed this year. Between the kids heading back to school and the upcoming fall Jewish holidays, we know things are going to be hectic. To make things a bit easier, we’ve rounded…up the best, family-friendly ways to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in the Baltimore area. There are outdoor holiday celebrations, apple picking, volunteer opportunities, and even a drumming circle. We’ve also put together a list of places with family-friendly Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services, where you can bring the kids to hear the… >> Read More