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  • Tu B’Shevat and Intentional Wellness

    Posted by Katie Dreyer on January 26, 2018 | Share

    At the end of January, we’ll celebrate Tu B’Shevat, or “the birthday of the trees.” This festival ties in beautifully with the modern focus on nature and environmentalism. Tu B’Shevat is sometimes celebrated with a seder during which it’s common to eat fruits and nuts, especially those that are typically found in Israel. This ties back not only to…

  • Asking for Forgiveness

    Posted by Katie Dreyer on September 18, 2017 | Share

    While fall in the typical sense involves a sense of ending – the days start to get shorter and cooler, the leaves begin to change and fall in preparation for winter, and #pumpkinspice everything threatens to suddenly end to your summer diet – this season in Jewish life is a time of reflection and new beginnings. Together, Rosh Hashanah…

  • Four Great Recipes to Serve at Your Purim Party

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on February 28, 2017 | Share

    Purim*, the fun and celebratory holiday that commemorates the Jewish people’s survival against great odds, is coming up on Sunday, March 12! This joyous holiday is a great opportunity to have a party and wow your guests with these four special recipes! Hamentaschen of course! These three-cornered cookies are Purim favorite. Whether you stick with traditional recipes, or think…

  • 3 Quotes on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on February 02, 2017 | Share

    Providing an Inclusive environment is very important to us at the JCC. Today, on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day, we take a moment to celebrate the inclusive and adaptive programs we have, we reflect on our opportunities to do more, and we brainstorm ways to engage and inspire our community. There is a wealth of resources and thought leaders who…

  • Shak-what-uh?

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on January 25, 2017 | Share

    During our YP Israel Bike + Hike trip in October, our participants fell in love with the Israeli dish Shakshuka (pronounced shock-shook-ah). Last week, they taught a group of young professionals how to make this flavorful and savory dish which can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Here are the tasty recipes we learned together in the JCC kitchen….