Attend an Event
Missouri History Museum for the Pulitzer Prize and St. Louis Post Dispatch Photographs Exhibit Bus Trip. $10 – Advance reservations required. RSVP to Laura at 442-3255.
Enjoy breakfast with the men of NORC. Cost on own.
Book Group meets monthly, third Friday of the month – this month’s selection is Founding Mothers by Cokie Roberts. Please RSVP to Laura at 442-3255.
Play Jeopardy and exercise your brain. Enjoy fun with your NORC neighbors at The Gathering Place.
Can you believe it’s almost the end of 2019? LollapaJEWza is right around the corner. Come celebrate Hannukah at The Last Hotel. Let’s come together to light the menorah, celebrate being Jewish, and reunite with friends! It’ll be the best Hannukah party in town.
Do Good and Give Back! With LollapaJEWza right around the corner, we wanted to share another opportunity to see all your friends again soon. Bring books to donate to Bring Me a Book, a non-profit organization that strives to improve early childhood literacy and improve attitudes about reading at home and school.
On January 22, YPD & Humans of St. Louis invite you for an interactive evening where you will meet HOSTL Co-Founder Lindy Drew and, hopefully, walk away with a different lens of the world. What is Humans of St. Louis? Well, HOSTL is the second-most-popular “Humans of” after Humans of New York. It’s a non-profit that shares intimate first-person stories and photographic portraits throughout St. Louis. This opportunity is about owning the assumptions we all have and reframing our perspective.
15th Annual JProStl Recognition Luncheon Thursday, January 30, 2020 11:30 am-1:30 pm Nominations open October through November 2. The J 2 Millstone Campus Drive St. Louis, MO 63146 Co-Chairs: Jennifer Baer & Marian Gordon JProStl Special Events Chair: Liz Collins Click here to go to the event page to register.
Kol Rinah Young Families, PJ Library, the ADL, and We Stories are teaming up to facilitate a dialogue about diversity, racial equality, and inclusion – all through a Jewish lens. This three-part series will include sessions for both parents and children, and is geared toward children up to five years old and their families.