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Mah Jong and Game Night at Chabad of Monroeville

Chabad of Monroeville invites you to spend an hour playing mahjong and other games. Play, shmooze, learn a word of the Torah, say a prayer for Israel, and, of course, nosh on some yummy treats. Free. 7 p.m. RSVP is required: SusanEBurgess@gmail.com, or text or call 412-295-1838. 2715 Mosside Blvd. jewishmonroeville.com/mahjong.

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Parashah Discussion: Life & Text

Bring the parashah alive and make it personally relevant and meaningful with Rabbi Mark Goodman in this weekly Parashah Discussion: Life & Text. 12:15 p.m. For more information, visit bethshalompgh.org/life-text.

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Melton – Ethics & Crossroads

The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh virtually presents two Melton courses back-to-back, Ethics and Crossroads. In Ethis, learn how Jewish teachings shed light on Jewish issues. Crossroads will present an emphasis on reclaiming the richness of Jewish history. 7 p.m. $300 for this 25-session series (book included). jewishpgh.org/series/melton-ethics-crossroads

JFilm Festival – Opening Night – Left Alone Rhapsody

Film Pittsburgh and The Arthur J. and Betty F. Diskin Cultural Endowment Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh present JFilm Festival’s Opening Night screening of: Left Alone Rhapsody: The Musical Memoir of Pianist John Bayless followed by a dessert reception, live performance by John Bayless and question and answer with Bayless and director […]

Pittsburgh Mom Owned Market

This Mother’s Day season, it’s time for NCJW's M.O.M, indoor/outdoor Pittsburgh Mom Owned Market. The shopping event will be just in time for shoppers looking for the perfect Mother’s Day gift - a gift for mom made by a mom. More than 20 mom-owned businesses will be offering delicious prepared and hot food, handmade and […]

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Healing with Nature Mosaic Project

The Healing with Nature Mosaic Project is designed to respond to the human experience of grief and loss through the healing power of nature and of creative expression. The six-week, ten session program is facilitated by mosaic artist, Laura Jean McLaughlin, will guide participants in the collective creation of a community mosaic mural, gathering shattered […]

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JFilm Festival

Film Pittsburgh’s JFilm Festival, Pittsburgh’s largest Jewish cultural event, will showcase 16 engaging and thought-provoking, Jewish-themed, independent feature films from around the world. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit FilmPittsburgh.org or email us at info@filmpittsburgh.org. 7 p.m. $18. filmpittsburgh.org

Silent Tears, The Last Yiddish Tango

Join Rodef Shalom Congregation as Payadora Tango performs award-winning music from Silent Tears, The Last Yiddish Tango. From inspiring songs about survival to mournful laments, this program, based on poems, testimonies, and writings of women who survived the Holocaust, conveys an almost indescribable depth of emotion rarely sung about. $18. 2 p.m. rodefshalom.org/SilentTears.

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JFilm Festival

Film Pittsburgh’s JFilm Festival, Pittsburgh’s largest Jewish cultural event, will showcase 16 engaging and thought-provoking, Jewish-themed, independent feature films from around the world. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit FilmPittsburgh.org or email us at info@filmpittsburgh.org. 7 p.m. $18. filmpittsburgh.org

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Online Parashah Study Groups

Join a lay-led Online Parashah Study Group to discuss the week's Torah portion. All classes meet online. No Hebrew knowledge is needed. The goal is to build community while deepening understanding of the text. For more information, visit bethshalompgh.org/online-parashah.

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Torah 2

H. Arnold and Adrien B. Gefsky Community Scholar Rabbi Danny Schiff presents Torah 2. Understanding the Torah and what it asks of us is perhaps one of the most important things that a Jew can learn. In Torah 2, Schiff will explore the second half of Leviticus and all of Numbers and Deuteronomy. $225. Zoom. […]

2024 Yom HaShoah Commemoration

Join the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh for their annual Yom HaShoah Commemoration program honoring the victims of the Shoah, as well as survivors and their families, with readings, music, and candle lightings. 7 p.m. Campbell Memorial Chapel, Chapel Hill Road, 15232. hcofpgh.org/event/2024-yom-hashoah-commemoration

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JFilm Festival

Film Pittsburgh’s JFilm Festival, Pittsburgh’s largest Jewish cultural event, will showcase 16 engaging and thought-provoking, Jewish-themed, independent feature films from around the world. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit FilmPittsburgh.org or email us at info@filmpittsburgh.org. 7 p.m. $18. filmpittsburgh.org

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Monday Talmud Study

Join Rabbi Mark Asher Goodman in learning Masechet Rosh Hashanah, a tractate of the Talmud about the many new years that fill out the Jewish calendar at Congregation Beth Shalom's Monday Talmud Study. 9:15 a.m. For more information, visit bethshalompgh.org/mondaytalmud.

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JFilm Festival

Film Pittsburgh’s JFilm Festival, Pittsburgh’s largest Jewish cultural event, will showcase 16 engaging and thought-provoking, Jewish-themed, independent feature films from around the world. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit FilmPittsburgh.org or email us at info@filmpittsburgh.org. 7 p.m. $18. filmpittsburgh.org