Events coming up in Jewish Chicago

Lubavitch Chabad of Northbrook holds “Women’s Pre Yom Kippur Honey Cake Bake” and class on the power of Yom Kippur.

Sunday, September 24

Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center holds family arts program, “Posters That Rock” for ages 8 and over. 11 a.m.-1 p.m., 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie. Free with Museum admission. Reservations: ilholocaustmuseum.org or (847) 967-4800.

Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center presents “The Rock House” in live performance. 1 p.m., 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie. Free with Museum admission. Reservations: ilholocaustmuseum.org or (847) 967-4800.

Ketura Hadassah presents “The Civility of Albert Cashier,” a civil war era musical. 4 p.m., Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont, Chicago. $48. Ticket information, (773) 761-6862.

Tuesday, September 26

Ketura Hadassah holds meeting featuring Minna Rae Friedman speaking about “Remembering America’s Beloved Writer, Erma Bombeck.” 12:30 p.m., Mayer Kaplan JCC, 5050 Church, Skokie.  $3. vickirubin@comcast.net.

Ketura Hadassah holds “Dining Out with Ketura Hadassh” at Palace Restaurant with 15% of bill going to Keturah. 9236 Waukegan Road, Morton Grove. Call restaurant for reservations or carry out (847) 966-2231 and for coupon call Patti Levi (847) 676-2579.

Jewish Judges Association of Illinois holds Annual Installation and Awards Dinner. Hyatt Regency Chicago, 151 E. Wacker Dr., Chicago. For time, costs and more information call (312) 593-8953.

Wednesday, September 27

Lubavitch Chabad of Northbrook holds “Women’s Pre Yom Kippur Honey Cake Bake” and class on the power of Yom Kippur with Mrs. Esther Moscowitz. 7:30 p.m., 2095 Landwehr Road, Northbrook. $5 suggested donation. RSVP to miriam@chabadnorthbrook.com.

Thursday, September 28

Debbie Sue Goodman presents “An Evening of Comedy and Music.” 8 p.m., Rock House, 1742 Glenview Road, Glenview. No cover charge. (224) 306-3062.

Thursday, October 26

Shabbat Project Chicago holds “Chicago Challah Bake,” hosted by jccchicago, Lake County JCC, Bernard Weinger JCC, Florence G. Heller JCC and University of Illinois Champaign. Learn
more and sign up at: www.shabbatprojectchicago.org.

Friday, October 27

Shabbat Project Chicago invites Jews from around the word, from
all walks of life — traditional, secular, religious, young and old — to
join together to celebrate Shabbat. Learn
more and sign up at: www.shabbatprojectchicago.org.

2 Comments on "Events coming up in Jewish Chicago"

  1. I would like to know of any Jewish socials fifths and early 60s They used have a Yom Kipper dance please let me know Thank you.

    • chicagojewishnews | September 29, 2017 at 5:09 pm | Reply

      I checked around and did a search on the web but couldn’t find anything this year. Maybe contact one or two of the Jewish singles organizations in Chicago to see if they know of anything? You can check who they are in the Guide to Jewish Chicago. If they have something, they don’t appear to be advertising it.

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