We've got a spectacular lineup this summer featuring a variety of programs for all ages and interests, including new combined programming with Tamarack Camps and camps for children and young adults with special needs.
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March 5-April 13 Opening Reception: Sunday, March 5 | 1-4 p.m.
The Janice Charach Gallery and Albert Young of Michigan Hot Glass are pleased to present the second Michigan Regional Glass exhibition. This exhibition was open to residents of Ohio and Michigan and is juried by Ferdinand Hampson of Habatat Glass.
Artist awards will be presented by Ross Grossman on behalf of the Louis D. Grossman Fund at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 5.
Have you ever wondered what prayer is all about? Is there a point to saying those words time and again? Is there a right way to pray, and do we expect too much – or too little – from synagogue services?
Please join us as Rabbi Elyse Goldstein unravels the mysteries of Jewish prayer – including a fascinating look at what other religions can teach us about its importance.
Join us in the Henry & Delia Meyers Library and Media Center for a discussion of Nomi Eve's book, "Henna House."
Desperately seeking a Jewish husband in 1920s Yemen, where unbetrothed orphans are adopted into Muslim communities, Adela is introduced to her eligible cousin and the powerful rituals of henna tattooing before her prospects are further imperiled by a prolonged drought and doubts about cherished traditions.
The JCC Ethan & Gretchen Davidson Music festival is a fresh new take on arts and music festivals. We will be hosting local, national and international artists who will perform in a range of musical styles, including folk, rock, klezmer, bluegrass, pop and nostalgia.
The festival will include an artist market, food vendors and an exclusive lounge for VIP ticket holders.