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Upcoming Events


April 21 1:00 PM Deadline
11th Annual Cole Essay Contest – open to graduating high school seniors. More info at this link or send an email to coleessay@tcjf.org.


May 3
5:30 – 7:00 PM
Columbus Jewish Foundation
1175 College Ave, Columbus
2017 Spring Cocktail Reception
HOLD THE DATE


March 26 – 28 AIPAC Policy Conference, Washington, D.C.


April 1
9:00 AM
Congregation Agudas Achim
2767 E Broad St, Columbus
Agudas Achim Scholar in-Residence – Shabbat Morning D’var Torah – “A Conversation on Universal Inclusion with Matan Koch.” Talmud Study (6:00 PM) – The Jewish Roots of Inclusion: Were the Rabbis Inclusive?


April 1
8:30 PM
JCC
1125 College Avenue, Columbus
JCC Gala –Bringing Down the House! Dueling Pianos, Casino Gaming, Cocktails, Dancing and Food
Benefiting JCC Scholarships for Children. Tickets at https://columbusjcc.formstack.com/forms/gala2017.


April 2
7:00 PM
JCC
1125 College Ave, Columbus
OSU Melton Center for Jewish Studies presents the 2017 Feibel Lecture on Judaism and LawDivine Law: A Tale of Two Concepts (and three responses) - featuring Professor Christine Hayes, the Robert F. and Patricia R. Weis Professor of Religious Studies in Classical Judaica at Yale University.


April 3
5:45 PM
Bexley High School Library
326 S. Cassingham Road, Bexley
This is Buchenwald: Concentration Camp Liberation and the American Encounter with the Holocaust – featuring Holocaust Scholar in Residence Dr. Adam Seipp. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Bexley Education Foundation.


April 4
6:30 PM
Drexel Theatre
2254 E Main St, Columbus
Schindler’s List – with introduction and post-film Q&A.


April 5
12:00 PM
JCC
1125 College Ave, Columbus
Local author Judith Schneiderman will discuss her book I Sang to Survive about her story of surviving the Holocaust through music, hope and human kindness. Cost: $5. Purchase tickets, click here or contact Cheryl Dritz for more information at 614-559-6238.


April 7
2:00 PM
Creekside at the Village
2200 Welcome Pl, Columbus
Senior Adult Jewish Learning Series, Are Jews White? – featuring Jonathan Branfman.   Free, thanks to a grant from the Columbus Jewish Youth Foundation. Sponsored by the OSU Melton Center for Jewish Studies.


April 23
7:00 PM
Temple Beth Shalom
5089 Johnstown Rd, New Albany
Board of Rabbis Holocaust Memorial Service showing documentary film Complicit. Memorial service will follow, co-sponsored by the Columbus Board of Rabbis, JCRC, and the Federation.


May 4
7:30 PM
Epstein Memorial Chapel
3232 E Main St, Columbus
Where Are We Going? – Elissa Felder, R.N. and community volunteer (Rhode Island) speaks about Jewish burial and beyond.


May 10
10:45 AM – 1:00 PM
JCC
1125 College Ave, Columbus
Lunch and Learn with Dr. Bernard Master – Master will speak about his recently- published autobiography, No Finish Line: Discovering the World’s Secrets One Bird at a Time. RSVP to Kelly Martin: 614-559-6214 JCC Senior Adult Program Coordinator. Reservations requested one day in advance.


May 12
Noon
The Westin Columbus Hotel
310 S High St, Columbus
NCJW 10th Annual WoMen of Valor Luncheon - honoring Bonnie Milenthal with guest speaker, David Brown, Founder and Creative Director of the Harmony Project.


June 4
9:00 AM
Bexley High School
326 S Cassingham Rd, Columbus
Twelfth Annual Jack Roth Run – Proceeds will go to the Jack Roth Fund at the Columbus Jewish Foundation to promote vital research and treatment necessary to combat lung cancer, and Jack Roth Camp Netaim-Ramah Noam, a program in Israel for children with special needs. More info.