Past Events

Making Waves

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll be inspired. A fun and festive evening of storytelling and live music. Celebrating four dear friends we love for MAKING WAVES in our community

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Guide My Steps

For Mikveh Guides: Pronoun Practice

Using someone’s pronouns properly is an important skill, at Mayyim Hayyim and beyond. Join us for one of two informal drop-in sessions that will focus on giving you the space to practice using pronouns commonly used by nonbinary and trans people. Whether you have struggled to use these pronouns or are a pro, you are […]

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Family Values: Opening Reception & Artist Talk

The Gallery @ Mayyim Hayyim is proud to present: Family Values Works by Rhoda Rosenberg and Caron Tabb Exploring themes of memory and narrative, Rhoda Rosenberg’s prints and Caron Tabb’s multimedia works use a variety of textures and techniques to explore the emotional landscape of family. Presented in partnership with the Jewish Arts Collaborative   […]

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Guide My Steps

For Mikveh Guides: Guiding Sensitively for Guests on a Fertility Journey

Guides will learn about language sensitivities, issues that can be triggering for regular mikveh goers and those seeking comfort/healing, and resources Mayyim Hayyim provides for those on fertility journeys. This is for those who missed the Fertility Training and is appropriate for Guides of all genders. Facilitated by Lisa Berman To RSVP, please email Leeza […]

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For Mikveh Guides: Mikveh Guide Appreciation

Mikveh Guides are warmly invited to our annual Mikveh Guide Appreciation Night at the home of Jim Ball and Anita Diamant on Thursday, August 15th, 7-9 pm (address to come). This year, our Mikveh Guide Continuing Education team is excited to bring you something new: a Mikveh Guide Talent Show. Do you have a couple […]

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Knocking at Our Hearts

Mayyim Hayyim and Kavod (a lay-led Jewish community focused on social justice) present the 5th annual High Holiday program: Knocking at Our Hearts. Prepare your whole self – body and soul – for the holidays with the power and joy of communal song. This year, our teacher will be singer/composer/scholar, Galeet Dardashti, who will offer […]

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Opening Reception: Nigun | Notations on Prayer

The Gallery @ Mayyim Hayyim presents Nigun | Notations on Prayer Works by Shelby Feltoon, Stacy Friedman, & Emily Mogavero September 16 – January 9 A nigun is a melody sung without words. The tune, repeated over and over during worship services and around the Shabbat table, becomes a form of prayer. Printmakers Feltoon, Friedman […]

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Women’s Voices, Women’s Wisdom

Join us for text-based learning and discussion with Rabbi Beth Naditch. No Hebrew knowledge required. This monthly lunch-time session focuses on how our wisdom as modern women informs our understanding of traditional texts and the experience of women in Jewish tradition. About Rabbi Beth Naditch Rabbi Beth Naditch was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary […]

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A Night at the Mikveh with Rosa Blumenfeld and Nadav David

Join other Sephardim, Mizrahim, and Jews of Color for an evening dedicated to continuing the learning from Knocking at Our Hearts, with dedicated time for mikveh immersion after. This event is for Jews of Color, Sephardim, and Mizrahim to practice leading/singing the Sephardi/Mizrahi music that some will have learned at Knocking at Our Hearts, as […]

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Beneath The Surface

Beneath the Surface – Fall 2019

Explore… the special moments and rituals that bind us together as individuals and families Learn… about Jewish rituals that help us give special meaning to our lives Share… your hopes and dreams for each other and for your relationships Create… your own personal ritual to celebrate this important moment together as mother and daughter Beneath […]

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Frann Addison Judaica Pop-Up Sale

Frann Addison creates one-of-a-kind Judaica in pewter, copper, and brass, often incorporating antique elements and found objects. Elegant and timeless, her pieces honor the past, yet offer new and beautiful forms in celebration of Jewish family life. Frann’s stylish Hebrew calligraphy blended with her metal makes for unique Judaica that speaks to the heart, the […]

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