384 Campus & Partner Events
These events take place on our 384 Harvard St. Campus, or are organized by one of our partner organizations. Please see event descriptions for contact information regarding these events.
Yachad Young Adult (YAYA) Social Group
Wednesday, February 14
6:30 – 8:00 pm in Epstein
Join our monthly young adult social group for exciting activities such as scavenger hunts, movie nights, art projects and more. Pizza dinner will be served. This event is free! Walk-ins welcome. Ages 16-25. RSVP online. Contact: Ilana Kruger, email@example.com, 617-209-6799 ext 4
Self-Advocacy Skills Workshop
for Adults with Disabilities (Ages 18+)
6:00 – 8:00 pm in Epstein
$60 for full series (includes 1 free week), $5 single sessions
Feb. 7 & 21, March 7 & 21,
April 4 & 18, May 2, 16 & 30, June 6 & 13
Join New England Yachad for a fun and supportive group focused on learning and practicing self-advocacy skills. Dinner is included. Drop-ins welcome. Scholarships are available.
79 Years After Kristallnacht,
Has Germany Changed?
Tuesday, February 6
6:30 pm in Epstein
Hear the incredible story from Rabbi Yitzchak Wagner. Born in Germany after the Holocaust, Rabbi Wagner is the first Rabbi to settle in the German city of Krefeld since World War II. His presentation describes the deep struggles that have contributed to the amazing resilience of Jewish life in Germany today. Admission is free, but there is a suggested donation of $10 to support the event.
Part of the Inspirational Speaker Series from RememberUs.org, Wellesley Weston Chabad & Center Makor, in partnership with Congregation Kehillath Israel and Congregation Mishkan Tefila.
Anima Allegra: Happy Soul
7:00 pm in Epstein
$45 per ticket (purchase online)
KI members special ticket rate: $36
World-Famous St. Petersburg Litsedei Clowns and stars of Cirque du Soleil. A family show for all ages: marvelous, hilarious clowns touch our hearts and blow our minds. Visit Center Makor’s website to purchase tickets. KI members qualify for a special ticket rate of $36. Use our donations page and select “other” under where you would like your payment to go. Then indicate in the notes field that it is for the Anima Allegra show. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why They Left: Photo Exhibition & Concert
6:30 pm in Epstein
Tickets $20 (purchase online), tax deductible
Light snacks and wine served
Why They Left is a collection of rare photographs of the pogroms during the Russian Civil War. Featuring Diane Covert, photographer, who will give a short introduction to the exhibition. Irina Astashkevich, PhD., is a historian who will lead a discussion of the pogroms during the Russian Civil War. The presentation will be followed by a concert of the works of Ernst Bloch, performed by Sergey Antonov on the cello and Ellina Blinder on the piano.