JEWISH LIFE IN CENTRAL PA
Look below for news and events about experiencing Jewish Life throughout Central PA.
LANCASTER WELCOMES: A CELEBRATION
From many lands, with myriad stories of how we arrived here, together, we are Lancaster. We value every single person here in our community. We will gather as part of a national day of action to celebrate our community and declare our shared values of hospitality, love, and solidarity that connect us to each other, and call us to stand with the most vulnerable among us. There will be music and community speakers.
6:30PM - 8:30PM
RSVP and invite friends here.
A NEW TAKE ON SHABBAT
Modern Art's Phonotel allows visitors to check their mobile phones into one of our 60 beautifully furnished phonotel rooms for a few hours, a day, or the entire weekend. Your treasured device will be pampered and treated with care while you spend your newly discovered free time exploring the city of Lancaster. Think of it as disconnecting in order to reconnect—with real people, art, nature, food, and all of the other amazing things our community has to offer.
Modern Art, 529 W Chestnut St
RSVP and more info here.
SAVE THE DATE:
Kol HaNeshama, the Harrisburg Jewish Chorus, is an activity of the Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg and is currently in it's third season. The adult a cappella chorus, which is now an established part of Jewish artistic life in Central PA, was founded by Janet Frankel Staub (z"l), who while terminally ill fulfilled her long-standing dream to sing in such an ensemble. On May 21, Kol HaNeshama, directed by Marina Cherepinsky, will present a concert that features the chorus's first full program for the community and will feature Jewish music in many different forms.
Mark your calendars and stay tuned for additional information regarding tickets.