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January 2020

January 28th - February 4th
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One event on January 1st, 1970 at 3:00am

Taste of Israel Restaurant Week

Restaurants across Greater Boston

    Leave your passport at home and enjoy a week of Israeli-inspired delights at the 2nd Annual Taste of Israel Restaurant Week. Chefs at participating restaurants offer their creative interpretations of the diverse cultures and flavors that shape Israeli cuisine today – Moroccan, Ethiopian, Yemenite, Persian, Russian and many others.  Enjoy  specials throughout the week at each of these  restaurants:  Area Four Bonapita Café Landwer Central Kitchen Chubby Chickpea Craigie on Main (special one-night pop up on Wednesday, January…

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January 30th @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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One event on June 7th, 2020 at 3:00pm


Mayyim Hayyim

  The Gallery@Mayyim Hayyim is rooted in hiddur mitzvah, beautification of ritual. JArts and Mayyim Hayyim have teamed up to co-curate exhibitions by local artists in this beautiful gallery space.  January 10 – April 16    |    Sergio Bautista and Michael  Mittelman         Opening Reception:   Thursday,  January 30, 5:30PM Sergio Bautista, New York, New York Michael Mittelman Interference Pattern Rounded 002 May 5 – September    |    Resa Blatman and Elliot Schildkrout  Opening Reception:   Sunday,…

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February 2020

February 5th @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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One event on February 5th, 2020 at 7:30pm

One event on February 6th, 2020 at 7:30pm

Artists-in-Residency: Lerner and Moguilevsky

The Center for the Arts in Natick

  Imagine that klezmer takes a trip to Buenos Aires and falls in love with tango, jazz, and Latin American folk music. That gives you some idea of the unique sound of Argentinian virtuosos, Cesar Lerner and Marcelo Moguilevsky. They have performed in concert halls and music festivals world-wide and in 2015, they accompanied fellow Argentinian, Pope Francis, on his visit to Israel. Naturals on a wide range of instruments from accordion to whistles to their own vocals, their concerts…

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March 2020

March 1st @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Beyond Bubbie’s Kitchen

Revere Hotel

  Beyond Bubbie’s Kitchen is bigger and better than ever with a new location, new chefs and new make-and-take opportunities! Come hungry and sample tasty new takes on Jewish cuisine from around the world, created by your favorite local chefs. Attending Boston’s biggest, best, and most delicious celebration of Jewish food is sure to make any bubbie proud. ** Complimentary gift bag for all advance ticket purchasers! ** On-site registration begins at 5; doors open at 5:30. Participating chefs from:  Area…

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April 2020

April 1st - May 31st

The Shape of Play

A Downtown Public Art Commission JArts is excited to be partnering with local public art team Now+There to bring The Shape of Play, an engaging, multi-sensory public art experience, to downtown Boston. In tribute to the universal themes of Passover, artist Sari Carel’s multi-media installation will be inspired by the vital relationship between play and freedom and will reflect the sights, sound, and sense-based experiences of local playground. In so doing, Carel and JArts invite people of all ages and…

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April 3rd @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

JLAB | The Shabbos Queen

The Vilna Shul

  Part ritual, part performance along with a vegetarian five-course meal, *The Shabbos Queen* is a new, queer take on an old Jewish ritual: Shabbat! With inspirations ranging from Barbra Streisand to Kabbalah, *The Shabbos Queen* creates a sweet and kind-of sexy stop from the fast-paced world. It's an everybody-welcome evening for unwinding, dreaming and togetherness, offering a taste of paradise. Stay for the post-dinner dance party, too. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7qle5h8ijwE $18 in advance, $25 at the door. Ticket and registration info coming soon! Sponsored by: One Table, Vilna…

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June 2020

June 2nd @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

JLAB | Giraffes on Horseback Salad


The Marx Brothers, Salvador Dali, and The Strangest Movie Never Made   This true story of the movie Salvador Dali wanted to make with The Marx Brothers is as surreal and zany as anything they have ever put on film or canvas. Written in 1937, the screenplay for this absurd love story (Harpo Marx as a Spanish aristocrat) was lost until 1996 when it was discovered among Dali’s personal papers. Author, playwright, and owner of a mini drive-in theater in…

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June 7th @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Walk and Nosh Tour of Chelsea

Chelsea, Massachusetts

Back by popular demand, this  JArts Kitchen Exploration event is your chance to learn about Jewish Chelsea. Tour the city once called "Little Jerusalem,"when Jews made up 80% of the population, making it second to NYC as the most densely Jewish city in America. This two-hour walking tour begins at the famed Katz’s Bagels, in business since 1938, and concludes at the historic Walnut Street Synagogue. Dr. Ellen Rovner, a Boston University cultural anthropologist whose family goes back four generations…

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