Looking for engagement from the comfort of your own home?
Join us for these upcoming virtual events!
JCC East Bay Preschool Open House
Wednesday, April 14 at 7pm
Sunday, April 25 at 11am
Come Visit with the JCC East Bay Preschool! (Virtually of course!)
Learn more about our preschools play based preschool program, meet some of our amazing preschool staff, hear about how the preschool is staying COVID safe and stay for a Q&A!REGISTER HERE
Supporting Children Through Transitions Big and Small
with Dr. Anne Brodzinsky
Tuesday, April 20 at 8pm
As we prepare children for the end of this extraordinary school year and not exactly knowing what the summer and a new school year will look like, we will explore tools for helping children and families through these transitions and preparing for what will come next.
This free event is open to all parents in the community. Registration required.
Proudly presented with PJ Library Bay Area, Beth El Nursery School, Netivot Shalom Preschool, Temple Sinai Preschool, East Bay JCC Preschool, Gan Avraham and Gan Shalom and Gan Mah Tov.
Earth Day: Death Over Expression
Thursday, April 22 at 6:30pm
Grief around climate change is powerful: the loss of biodiversity, the new normal of "fire season," the rising sea levels. This Earth Day, join the JCC East Bay and Reboot for a virtual gathering that will provide a meaningful pause for people of all backgrounds to reflect on what we have lost recently, as well as what we have gained, through guided meditation led by Dorothy Richman and mandala art facilitated by Ava Sayaka Rosen.
Family Shabbat with LABA
Friday, April 30 at 5pm
Enjoy a virtual interactive program and performance from LABA East Bay artists, plus an option for a delicious, allergy-friendly Shabbat meal, delivered right to the JCC East Bay or right to your house. Listen to storytelling and music from Rabbi/Chazan Jessica Kate Meyer, create your own challah cover with local artist Ava Sayaka Rosen and learn about instruments and dance along to music from Rebecca Roudman + Jason Eckl (aka SF Yiddish Combo).
We are committed to investing in our community. In an effort to keep our public programs affordable, all events are underwritten by the Jewish Community Center of the East Bay.