Thursday, July 14: Join us for the Solar Power Panel as part of Ekar's Green Kehillah Action Series and learn how the Jewish Community can plug into Renewable Energy.
Thursdays, starting July 14: Want to learn how to Facetime or use Zoom with your children and grandchildren? Need help using your iPhone, iPad or PC laptop? This program is offered on a weekly basis. Drop-ins welcome. Lynn Geller will gladly assist you with your challenges using an iPhone, iPad or PC Laptop.
In these groups, teens grades 8 – 10, come together in a safe space to discuss and process relevant teenage topics with their group mentor through the lenses of Jewish Wisdom and socio-emotional growth. Be on the lookout for registration. Contact Daniel Siegel, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or questions.
Throw your next birthday party with the help of a teaching artist and a little clay. Birthday parties are thrown in the Arts Studio with food and drink available in a separate room. Packages range from pinch pot projects to painting-themed bisque ware. Each participant will work on one piece during the party, the studio will finish the piece and fire it in our kilns (all fees included). Pieces are available for pickup three to four weeks after the party.
Book a private ceramics event for yourself, a semi-private event for two – sixteen guests, or a team-building event for colleagues. Classes will be tailored to the needs of the individual or group. Ceramics private events are a great way to celebrate bridal showers, bachelor/bachelorette, Parents' Day out, and more!
August 17, 1:30 pm - This time you’ll have the chance to explore the stories of the ancient Maya people with the support of this program created by the Denver Art Museum. No artistic talent required, only a desire to have fun and be creative. Space is limited.
“There’s No Business Like Show Business: The Jewish Influence on American Culture Through the Broadway Musical”Damian Gonzalez2022-06-21T09:18:49-06:00
June 22, 10:30 am - According to one leading expert, “There would be no American musical without Jews.” Jewish composers were either immigrants themselves or children of immigrants, and many used show tunes as a way of integrating into American society.