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LimmudBoston’s Winter eFestival
January 23 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
About this event
Learn, laugh, discover, and share at the 12th annual LimmudBoston Festival celebrating Jewish culture, learning and diversity. Connect with the Jewish community, cultivate your curiosity and expand your horizons.
Our Limmud e-festival 2022 is shaping up to be a spectacular event. This year we have numerous authors, a well-known Boston humorist, phenomenal cooks, scholars, entertainers, and incredible stories of immigration.
Here’s a sampling of some session offerings: Go to www.limmudboston.org for the full program.
Mind-Body Healing: Meditation as a holistic approach to pain with Cat Kaner
This is our Shmita year (the sabbatical year): What lessons can we learn from it and how shmita can inform our commitment to social justice, with Sara Pincus.
“In a pandemic world, does community still matter?” How can we sustain it when our norms are shifting and the world feels more polarized than ever,? With Ben Greenberg, Limmud North America’s first ever Director of Communities.
Sephardic Cooking with cookbook author Stella Hanan Cohen, author of Stella’s Sephardic Table. You will receive ingredients to cook along with her and Susan Barocas when you register for this session.
Susan Cohen, an immigration attorney will discuss stories from her recent book.
Daniel Cainer, a much-touted British performer who has successfully crossed the “great pond” many times and played to packed houses, will make his Boston debut at our Limmud e-Festival and will perform for us all in a full session at the end of the day.
Which sessions will you choose?
If you have already signed up for the eFestival, you can start building your schedule. (Look for a message from Emamo!) If you haven’t already signed up, what are you waiting for? See below for a full list of sessions and sign up today!
NOTE: It wouldn’t be Limmud without a little improvisation…
There have been a few last-minute updates to the schedule.
See the full schedule on our website.
Don’t miss it!