Enjoy a docent-led tour of current exhibits. Optional self-guided visit to Pullitzer Arts foundation, located nextdoor to CAM. This trip is part of the 2018 Festival: Celebrating Art for Senior Engagement.
Celebrate with YPD and meet other young professionals around St. Louis! YPD will be hosting uniquely themed Happy Hours around St. Louis, celebrating the work of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis and our partners.
Call 442-3255 for book of the month.
Do you work in the St. Louis Jewish community? Sign up to host or attend a Shabbat dinner to build our professional community! Friday, April 20 Various homes around the community Whether Shabbat dinner celebrations are part of your regular weekly routine, you occasionally attend, or have never before been to a Shabbat dinner,…
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.
This Community Book Talk is presented by Metro St. Louis Committee for the Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, Holy Virgin Mary and Shoghagat Armenian Church, St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church, the Holocaust Museum & Learning Center, the Center for Jewish Learning and the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.
Travel to charming Edwardsville, the third oldest city in the state of Illinois, in style and comfort.
Enjoy breakfast with the men of NORC. Cost on own.
Play Jeopard and Wheel of Fortune.
Israel Pickholtz is the author of Endogamy: One Family, One People. He began working seriously on his family’s genealogies in 1994. His flagship work is the Pikholz Project, which serves to identify and reconnect all Pikholz descendants.