With Yom Hazikaron and Yom Ha’atzma’ut, this week is Israel Week in the Twin Cities. We run down all the cool stuff happening to celebrate.
Tag: "Minneapolis Jewish Federation"
Sabes JCC benefit honorees Micki and Mort Naiman have been working tirelessly for years to strengthen our local Jewish community.
I’ve learned a lot since moving to Minneapolis — about cold weather, the midwest, and being Jewish.
A day of family-friendly activities including a 36-foot obstacle course, face painters, balloon twisters, arts and crafts donated from creative kidstuff. Hang out with the Jewish community at the Metrodome. You’re Invited.
Officially, the Twin Cities Cardozo Society Annual Dinner is a way to honor and thank Jewish attorneys, judges and law students for their commitment to strengthening the Twin Cities Jewish Community. Unofficially, it’s a giant schmoozefest.
The myriad of options available for charitable giving is overwhelming for many young adults. Mount Sinai Community Foundation’s new model of giving is easy, informative, and rewarding.
Everyone has a favorite Jewish geography story. Mine takes place in Paris in the summer of 2005.
Natalie and Drew Zamansky, co-chairs of Federation’s 82nd Annual Meeting, share why they think TC Jewfolk readers will benefit from attending.
Join Next Gen, JCRC, Mpls Jewish Federation Young Leadership, and TC Jewfolk for an election event with top-notch speakers from both sides of the aisle. At Mozza Mia 8/16!
Being the new kid at Federation’s happy hour is less mortifying than being the new kid in high school.
The email read, “FW:FW:FW:. NEW JEWISH GIRL IN TOWN!!!! THIS IS A BIG DEAL! WHO WILL FEED THIS POOR GIRL FOR ROSH HASHANA?” But I didn’t get that reaction when I moved to Minneapolis last month.
WEF accepting proposals of up to $5,000 each to fund one-year projects, programs and/or services that enhance and enrich the lives of Jewish women and children.
J-Pride will be participating in the Twin Cities Pride Festival and Parade Sunday, June 24, and we hope you’ll join us.
Applications emphasizing music, dance, literature, theater, visual arts and film from artists or institutions are welcome.