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Looking for engagement from the comfort of your own home? 

Join us for these upcoming virtual events!


LABA East Bay presents LABAzooms: Crossing a Line

October 22, 2020 at 7:30pm

Performances. Fun. Laughter. When we cross boundaries we feel vulnerable, exposed. Wide-open. The act of passing through gives a new perspective, and, often, something to laugh about. Join LABA East Bay for an evening looking at what happens when we cross the line.

Register for LABAzooms tickets on a sliding scale HERE! 


Live From Your Living Room! Virtual Book Festival & Author Talks

September, October, and November 2020

What do Michael J. Fox, Jodi Picoult, Deepak Chopra, Ken Follett, Colin Quinn, Steve Madden, Judy Gold, Cameron Douglas, Joan Lunden, Natan Sharansky, and Melissa Clark have in common? Thanks to the Marcus JCC Atlanta, we are now part of the Jewish Literary Coalition and proud to bring a star-studded line-up to the East Bay community!


Check out the line-up and purchase tickets here!







Venerable Venice in partnership with the Osher Marin JCC

September 30, 2020 at 11:00am

Do you miss traveling? We do too.  Well, look no further because through this 4-visit series on Venerable Venice you can take an armchair adventure on an interesting, educational, and guided Zoom tour. Through photos, graphics, and more, explore with a local Venetian guide the wonder of Venetian homes (Sep 2), the diverse Venetian community (Sep 9), the Jewish ghetto (Sep 16), and the stunning island of Lido and the Belle Epoque (Sep 30).  Buon viaggio!


*Your ticket purchase helps support our special guests – professional guides – who are mostly or completely out of work.

The 2020 Elections and the Jewish Vote

Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 5pm

The results of the November election are not only important for us as a society, but also for our own community. Join us on Zoom where guest speaker Dr. Steven Windmueller will be sharing a nonpartisan election analysis designed to educate about the diverse and significant roles Jews have played and continue to play in American politics. Dr. Windmueller's work in Jewish political behavior has been central to his research and writings. His 2014 book, The Quest for Power, seeks not only to define the nature of Judaism as a political system but to demonstrate how Jews have historically governed themselves over the course of their complex historical journey. This event is part of our Power Through Voting series.



Family Sukkot: Shake Your Lulav and Etrog!

Friday, October 9, 2020 at 4:15pm

The JCC East Bay, Jewish Baby Network, and PJ Library Bay Area team up to offer you a virtual celebration of Sukkot! Join us under the virtual sukkah for singing, puppets, a Sukkot story, and a DIY sukkah craft!





Young Professionals Happy Hour Text Bank

Thursday, October 22 at 6:30pm

Save the date for a zoom party that will make a difference!

Part of our Power Through Voting series, this text bank (like a phone bank, but with texting!) is brought to you in collaboration with the nonpartisan Reclaim Our Vote campaign, which seeks to address voter suppression among people of color by educating voters on how to register, how to find their polling place, and much more. As it is a happy hour, you are invited to arrive with the cocktail (or mocktail) that describes your feelings about the current political climate.







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.