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Keeping Busy During Quarentine

 

Brighten your Shabbat with Colorful Challah!

Join Nancy Zimmerman on Facebook Live on Thursday March 26 at 3:30pm as she demonstrates how to make rainbow challah, a beautiful six braid, a special round and the secret to her happy Shabbat table for over 20 years (hint: its sugar). Recipes will be provide and the video will be available on our facebook page after.

 -  Rainbow Challah Recipe
 -  Madison Jackson's Blog Post on Challah
 -  Zimmerman Family Challah Recipe 
 
 
 

Our Community: Light the Night

Join us in lighting up the night by posting pictures of your Shabbat candles, or any candles, using the hashtags below. Let's see the beauty, hope, and optimism shine through our newsfeeds, our homes, and our communities.  #LightTheNight


Great Stuff to Watch

Menemsha Films has brought some of our favorite Jewish-themed movies to the Cleveland Jewish FilmFest over the years.  Check out ChaiFlicks, their new online format for viewing Jewish films.  CLICK on the link below from your iPad, tablet, laptop, or desktop, sign up for your FREE 30-day trial, and start enjoying great entertainment.  


Jewish Foods

Nine Jewish comfort foods you can make right now. For quarantine cooking or baking check out these delicious Jewish foods that are sure to delight your family.


IsraeliCool

Enjoy listening to podcasts?  Did you see Unorthodox Live when they visited the Mandel JCC last year?  Listen to this recording of “Israel Story Live”, another Tablet Magazine podcast.  Courtesy of our friends at the Stroum JCC Arts + Ideas  in Seattle. 


Jewish Lit: The Quarantine Book Club

During these challenging days of social distancing, we invite you to read something other than the news and to come together virtually to discuss books, writing, and telling Jewish stories. Presented by the Jewish Women’s Archive and JewishLIVE. Enjoy this first installment with Rachel Kadish and Tova Mirvis, past Jewish Book Festival authors - see what they are up to now.

 

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