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Meeting the Moment: Antisemitism and Your Children

For parents and grandparents of tweens and teens Monday, November 13, 1:00 pm ETREGISTER HERE Dr. Samantha Vinokor-Meinrath, Ed.D. Dr. Samantha Vinokor-Meinrath, Ed.D., is the Senior Director of Knowledge, Ideas and Learning at The Jewish Education Project. She is the author of #antisemitism: Coming of Age...

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You’re a Grandparent! A Personal Jewish Ritual to Mark Your New Role

Whether you became a grandparent yesterday or years ago, it is likely that much has changed — including your own role in the family, your relationship with the parents of your grandchild, and your view of your place in the world and your legacy.   Led...

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Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday in the United States, celebrating the blessings of the past year. Traditionally, Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and express gratitude for what we have.

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Hanukkah (light first candle evening Dec 7)

Hanukkah, also called the Festival of Lights, is celebrated for eight days.  We light hanukkiyot (Hanukkah menorahs), spin dreidels, eat latkes, and often celebrate with family and friends.  Explore more about Hanukkah here.  Enjoy JGN’s Hanukkah Discovery Kit. Art by Deborah Zemke

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Hanukkah Celebration with Grandparents and Grandchildren in the US and Israel

Featuring Israeli artist Hanoch Piven Hosted by: The Jewish Agency for Israel, Global Partnership2Gether Network and the Jewish Grandparents Network Join grandparents, grandchildren, and family members in Israel and across North America for a joyful Hanukkah gathering. Welcome by Doron Almog, Chairman, the Jewish Agency....


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How to Bring Shabbat to Life with Grandchildren

Join us for a fun hands-on workshop with master Jewish educator and theater artist Jonathan Shmidt Chapman who will present a range of activities that use creativity, drama, and play to activate the weekly celebration of Shabbat with children ages 3–8. Grandparents and families will enjoy...

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Finding Ways to Reconnect with Estranged Children and Grandchildren

It is never easy to reopen a connection with estranged children and grandchildren. Grandparents struggle daily to know what to say or write in an email or a text to their children and grandchildren to repair the relationship.   Conscious Communication is the key technique Dr. Sue Cornbluth teaches her...