There’s always something going on at the Jewish Federation of St. Louis! Check out upcoming events on our calendar below and join us.
You’ll find that there’s something for everyone, from Jewish holiday celebrations to educational speaker series to meaningful philanthropic events. Plus, our programs for families with children and young adult engagement opportunities are always a good time. Click through each event listed below to find the details and RSVP.
Upcoming Events on the Calendar
The NORC Chair Yoga class is ongoing and focuses on flexibility, balance, stress relief, and camaraderie. Led by The J’s instructor Nancy LeClaire. RSVP to 442-3255.
All are welcome to a lively discussion of current events. RSVP to 442-3255.
NORC Knit Group is collaborating with Covenant Place to meet for a weekly knit group. Enjoy socializing, knitting, crocheting, crafting, and receiving instruction from volunteer knit expert, Jerri Livingston.
This series offers young adults an exciting opportunity to experience meaningful Shabbat services, share a delicious meal, and engage in a stimulating group discussion led by the Rabbis.
Celebrate and meet other young professionals around St. Louis! Starting in May and continuing through September, we will be hosting Happy Hours around St. Louis.
In this seven-week interactive workshop, you will set healthy goals, make action plans, manage pain, embrace nutrition and exercise, understand medication, and increase your confidence in managing your health. Developed by Stanford University’s Patient Education Research Center, this self-management course is for those with any chronic condition.
Part 2 pf 4. At The Gathering Place. Ken Burns presents Mark Twain. This film tells of Twain’s life full of adventure, success, defeat, comedy, and tragedy.
Meet with nurse for blood pressure checks and questions regarding health and wellness.
The Center for Jewish Learning presents Community Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Joy Ladin for a trio of events to discuss her poetry, her most recent book “The Soul of the Stranger: Reading God and Torah from a Transgender Perspective,” and to facilitate a learning session entitled “Reading Torah Through the Lens of Transgender Experience.”
At The Gathering Place. Led by Artist Joanne Szapszewicz, express thoughts and emotions through creativity at this monthly art group. Artist journal required for class. Space is limited. RSVP to 442-3255.