Are we turning a corner? Can you see light in the distance? Sample some of this week’s gems, and you’ll see the world ahead more clearly, mark my word.
Tag: Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Events this week: Dec. 9-15
Hunker down with folks in town (virtually or spaced-safely) and have a lovely second week of December, Everyone. Sample liberally, please. These are good for you!
Events this week: Nov. 18-24
As we try to figure out with whom and how many it’s safe to share our turkey this year, here are upcoming events to help clear your mind.
Events ahoy! July 8-14
Virtual and in-person events for the week ahead from food & drink to hallucinogens, flowers to monsters, jazz to Glass, swingin’ in the circus, and much more…
Interfaith webinars provide connections amidst COVID-19
“Turning to Faith” is a series of short webinars featuring local faith leaders’ spiritual sharing, prayer and interactive conversation.
50 years of medals at Skirball; Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise is 2019 inductee
An exhibit of the medals collection of the Jewish-American Hall of Fame will open at the Skirball Museum at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion with a reception in Mayerson Hall, followed by remarks from Skirball director Abby Schwartz.
Skirball Museum exhibit celebrates Israel’s 70th
The Skirball Museum on the campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion will celebrate Israel’s 70th birthday with a wide-ranging exhibition of paintings, sculpture, silversmith work and photography.
Hebrew Union College dinner honors 3
The Cincinnati Associates of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion hosted the 34th annual Cincinnati Associates Tribute Dinner.
What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 29-Dec. 5
First full week of the Advent season, and there are, indeed, a lot of opportunities coming your way. Here are some suggestions for the next few days.
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion to host Tribute Dinner
The Cincinnati Associates of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion invite the community to attend the annual Cincinnati Associates Tribute Dinner. John E. Pepper Jr. will be the honoree, and Shakila T. Ahmad and Daniel J. Hoffheimer will receive the Yedidut-Friendship Award.