Vintage Israeli Dancing

Anisa’s School of Dance 14252 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA, US

Participatory Israeli Dancing of dances choreographed before 2001. No teaching, so some prior experience is required. Most of our dances do not require a partner. PROOF OF COVID VACCINATION REQUIRED.


October Community Service Day

The Jewish Federation and our partners Repair the World LA and Safe Place for Youth (SPY) invite you to join us on Sunday, October 2nd from 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM for our next Community Service Day. We’ll be ringing in the Jewish New Year by rolling up our sleeves in the SPY Community Garden […]

Bagels on the Beach

BAR Center at the Beach 201 Ocean Front Walk, Venice Beach

A new year is on the horizon. It’s a time to recharge, reconnect, and learn about the exciting work of the Federation. The Health Professionals Network offers you the perfect venue to do all of that, and more, at Bagels on the Beach, Sunday, October 2nd at 11:00 AM. Join us at the stunning new […]


Days of Awesome: High Holidays with Pico Shul

Harkham Hillel Academy 9120 Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, United States

*Join Pico Shul for joyous, welcoming, non-judgemental, user-friendly, and mindful celebrations of the High Holidays! Hand-crafted for a joyous New Year. *Amazing services, Rosh Hashanah Kabbalistic Kiddush, with inspiring Chazanim […]

Jewish Adulting Series: Everything they didn’t teach you in Sunday school! Description


Feb 8 Where did the word “Jew” come from? Most religious among us wear black suits and top hats. We’ll do a complete timeline of the evolution of Jewish identity, how our identities (and outfits) shifted throughout the centuries, and explain the different sects of Judaism within the US and globally. Feb 15 Keeping the […]