Who run the world? Girls. Libby, Shana, Billie, Britney, Beyonce, and more of your favourite ladies (and men) are back this year! We'll play your favourites tunes from across the decades, so you can break out your moves and dance like it's 5778. And the Jewish connection? Well, you'll be there...
Which joke starts “A man calls over his waiter” and ends with “Aha!”? After a long day of Limmuding, come and laugh, make friends, and enjoy Jewish humour with a friendly game based on classic Jewish jokes. Novices can play along, but if you think you know all the old ones, find out if you know them better than other Limmudniks. Bring your favourites.
Can’t get enough learning? Come and study with the Limmud Chavruta Project late at night! This year we're re-visiting past years' books through a new lens: what it means to encounter the divine. Today, we'll explore the partnership of God and humanity. Everyone welcome!
Ever wanted to know how to give the perfect 'sex talk', or wondered quite how honest we should be when talking to young people? This session will explore the importance of openness and honesty in talking to young people about sex, relationships and other 'awkward' topics; as well as discussing the dos and don'ts of sex and relationships education.