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The JCC is now offering both virtual and in-person events. Please double-check all event details. Masks are required in all public spaces at the JCC East Bay and all in-person events follow local COVID guidelines.

Movie, Nosh, Discuss

In Person

We're kicking off our teen program taster with a monthly free Friday film series! Join us as we dive into true stories from around the world, covering the past, present, and future. After the film, teens are welcome to join in group discussions over snacks*.

Please note that registration is required and all teens must provide proof of vaccine prior to entering and remain masked. Light refreshments will be provided and consumed outside. We recommend warm layers and a reusable thermos to fill up on hot beverages post-film.



Becoming a Tree: A Tu B'Shvat Yoga Practice for Kids and Their Adults


Sunday, January 16


Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to stand tall like Mt. Sinai? To curve like the moon in the night sky? Or become a Tree of Life on the Jewish birthday of the trees? Come find out, with a Tree of Life yoga practice! 

Rabbi Mychal Copeland is clergy at Sha’ar Zahav in San Francisco and a certified yoga instructor.
“I Am the Tree of Life” by Rabbi Mychal encourages us to explore both the world of yoga and the stories of the Bible and find meaning in both. You can find this beautiful book at, local bookstores or Amazon.


This program is proudly hosted by PJ Library Bay Area, JCC East Bay and Sha’ar Zahav as part of the Big Bold Jewish Climate Festival.

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Family Fundays!

In Person

Sunday, February 6


Grab your blanket and join us in the JCC courtyard for children’s songs, interactive storytelling, dancing, art making and more! For children 2-7 years old and their families. (younger and older siblings are always welcome!) Each Family Fundays! we will explore a Jewish Value. This Sunday we will explore: UNIQUENESS

We welcome everyone, including unaffiliated, single and multi-parent, multi-faith, multi-abled, and LGBTQ+ families.



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.