The Hunger Project prepares and serves lunch to San Diego's homeless and hungry on Sunday mornings at St. Vincent de Paul Village. Your help is needed to set up, serve brunch, and clean up from 9:00 to 11:30 am. Beth Israel provides food, funding and volunteers for this program. Cash donations are also needed. Reservations are a must. To learn more about this rewarding mitzvah, visit our Hunger Project page To sign up, contact Terri Fine at 858 535-1111, ext. 3110 for directions, requirements, and to confirm volunteer needs.
Eight fun-filled, enriching weeks of summer camp packed with activities including arts and crafts, water play, music, science, movement and dance, special programs and cooking. Mondays will be filled with an excited weekly "special." Wednesdays are filled with art, water play and music. Tuesdays and Thursdays will be good summer time fun. Fridays will conclude with Shabbat.
Contact To sign up, contact the Preschool Office at 858 535-1144, ext. 1144, or firstname.lastname@example.org
"Give a Kid a Camp" is open to ages 3 to 5 (and 2-year-olds enrolled at Bill & Sid Rubin Preschool). You may select Monday - Friday, OR Monday/Wednesday/Friday. Camp runs from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. with extended program until 4:00 p.m.
Contact TO REGISTER: visit www.sdcjc.org, or contact Susan Hagler at the JCC 858 362-1150.
Location Congregation Beth Israel
Join your friends for a casual bring-your-own-picnic dinner in our park-like setting on the downstairs playgound. ALL AGES WELCOME. Kids can play, adults can chat, and all can enjoy some free entertainment and desserts. No fee. No RSVP.
Entertainment and Dessert Schedule:
Contact Wendy or Michelle at email@example.com, or 858 535-1144, ext. 3120
Location Lower Field/Playground at Congregation Beth Israel
Don Harrison has been a political writer for The San Diego Union and editor-in-chief and co-publisher of the San Diego Jewish Press-Heritage. He is the author of Louis Rose: San Diego’s First Jewish Settler and Entrepreneur, is president of the Louis Rose Society for the Preservation of Jewish History and serves on the San Diego Historical Resources Board. He writes a column for the San Diego Jewish Times and publishes San Diego Jewish World at www.sdjewishworld.com.
This is a perfect class for those who are curious about meditation but never seem to have found the time, as well as those who have experience with meditation but want to develop a daily practice. This group is open to people of all faiths, backgrounds, and traditions. Participants will learn about mindfulness meditation, including various techniques and postures to include in a daily meditation practice. Facilitated by Jeff Zlotnik, founder of The Meditation Initiative, who has worked to bring the mental health benefits of mindfulness and meditation to the San Diego community since 2003.
Fee: No chargeFor more information: www.jfssd.org/jhcSpecial Notes: Pre-registration is required for ALL groups. For more information call (858) 637-3070. Click here to register.
Location Jewish Family Service, Turk Family Center
It's summer in our beautiful city. Let's experience Shabbat on the Bay! Please bring a blanket, chairs, and a picnic dinner to enjoy after our Erev Shabbat service on Mission Bay. Yahrzeits will be read. There will be no service at Beth Israel on these dates. Exit 1-5 at Clairemont Drive and head south on East Mission Bay Drive toward the Hilton. Look for our signs.Bring a blanket, chairs, and a picnic dinner to enjoy after the service.
Contact Terri Fine at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 858 535-1111, ext. 3110
Location Mission Bay: Exit 1-5 at Clairemont Dr., head south on East Mission Bay Dr. toward the Hilton. Look for our signs.
For more information, please contact Bethany Ratner at email@example.com, or call 858 535-1111, ext. 3124.
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