Upcoming Events for You

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Check out our upcoming events, including a discussion with two community rabbis about finding spiritual resilience during this time of physical distancing, a look inside the beloved play "Passing the Love of Women," engaging events for young families, and more.

March 7
PJ Library Challah Bake-a-Long with Savta Hedy

PJ Library invites you to bake alongside one of our favorite Cleveland Savtas, Hedy Milgrom! Join Hedy and her granddaughters as they bake challah and share stories of ways their family stays connected through Jewish traditions and celebrations. Come prepared with ingredients, and you can bake, too!

10 – 11 am


March 14
Inside the Play: "Passing the Love of Women"

View the play, "Passing the Love of Women" then discuss with the experts. Featured panelists include:

- Raymond Bobgan, executive artistic director, Cleveland Public Theatre
- Rabbi Megan Doherty, rabbi, Oberlin College Hillel
- Motti Lerner, playwright
- Faye Sholiton, playwright and founder, Interplay Jewish Theatre

3 – 4 pm


March 15
Finding Spiritual Resilience a Year into COVID-19

It has been one year since the COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed nearly every aspect of our lives. Join Rabbi Binyamin Blau and Rabbi Melinda Mersack for a conversation about how you can find spiritual resilience during this time of physical distancing. Unlock the tools of Jewish wisdom that provide us with sustenance and strength.

7 – 8 pm


March 17
"Taking Intentional Inventory" Weekly Wellness PJ Library Parent Discussion

What would you like to keep when life returns “back to normal” and what are you letting go? Join us for a discussion about reflection and gratitude.

12 – 1 pm


March 21
PJ Library Family Yoga

PJ Library invites your family to strengthen your body and minds through child-friendly yoga. Join us as we thank our bodies, enrich our minds, and connect with our families through movement.

10 – 10:45 am


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