Jewish Living & Learning

The J offers Jewish learning for the whole family. You will find our assortment of classes, lectures, clubs, and special events to be both intriguing and fun. Adult Jewish learning is a wonderful way to connect with your Jewish history, values, traditions, and community. Check out the many programs we offer just for you.

 

Shabbat Luncheons

Join us for the Senior Shabbat Luncheon Series at The J
First Friday of the Month, 11am – 1pm

Enjoy music, delicious lunch and a featured program. Get into the spirit of Shabbat and enjoy the friendship and fellowship of others.

February 3: Tucson J Teaching Artist, Carolyn King
(Carolyn King is teaching many of the Tucson J’s Arts & Culture courses this Spring. See the                       course list here.)
March 3: Program at Tucson Hebrew Academy
April 7: A Mah Jongg Experience with Debbie Weiner

Open to All! $15 per person

In the Jewish Heritage Center
RSVP in advance by calling 520-299-3000.

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The Chocolate Seder

Saturday, April 1
6:30 – 8 pm
Jewish Heritage Center 

Let’s celebrate and learn about Passover in a sweet way… with chocolate at the Tucson J’s award winning, annual Chocolate Passover Seder.

Join us at The J, meet new friends and families, and get in the Passover mood at our Chocolate Seder.

$3 in advance/ $5 per person at the door (space permitting)

To register over the phone, please call The J Welcome Desk at 520-299-3000.

 

Community Garden

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Our Shay-Shay Garden is a community-centered place to grow fresh, healthy
food, and a commemorative space to honor community members who have passed
away. A memorial gate displays names and dates on decorative steel leaves.

Check out our Community Garden here!

 

Tucson Association of Jewish Libraries

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The goal of the TAJL is to unite individual branches of Jewish libraries (at area congregations and the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona) and make their collections searchable and usable by all. Through this effort, we hope to bring about a deeper understanding of the Jewish community. The library is filled with literary treasures of the Jewish people that touch on philosophy, history, religion, and fiction. With more than 2,000 books and audiovisual materials in the catalog, the Library is a valuable resource. It is truly a gift to the Tucson community.

Click here to visit the Tucson Association of Jewish Libraries website.