Here you will find virtual events organized by the Federation and our Greensboro Jewish community, along with helpful resources and inspiration for you and your family. 


    Thursday, October 15 at noon - Featuring Alana Newhouse, a renowned literary critic, cultural commentator, founder & chief editor of Tablet Magazine, New York Times contributor, and author of The 100 Most Jewish Foods.


    Thursday, October 22, noon - 1 p.m. - A fascinating Lunch and Learn featuring Dr. Nachman Shai, Israeli Institute Visiting Professor at Duke University, Tam Institute for Jewish Studies, Deputy Speaker and member of the Knesset.


    Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 7 p.m. via Zoom - Join Noam Neusner and Matt Nosanchuk as they examine key issues of this Historic 2020 Election. RAISE A GLASS TO FREEDOM! Required minimum contribution is $5,000 per family.


    Beth David is online! Join us every day for engaging and interactive classes, programs, and services; there is something for everyone! Online offerings are open to all via Zoom and social media.


    Chabad is hosting a slew of online events to cheer each other up, be inspired and celebrate! Be sure to have access to a Zoom account, where much of this will be taking place and follow Chabad on Facebook to see our broadcasts.


    Is the Coronavirus keeping you away from Temple? Not to worry! We are virtually hosting classes and programs, and live streaming many other events on Temple Emanuel's Facebook Page. We look forward to seeing you online!


    Ramah Darom is now streaming exceptional Jewish experiences right into your living room! You'll find fun kids crafts and storytime,Passover preparation, cooking demos, Jewish studies, adult art projects and Havadallah from the homes of our staff.


    Stay connected with one another! BBYO is working as hard as they always have to connect Jewish teens and young adults around the world to share ideas, learn together, make the world a better place, and have a wildly fun time while doing it.


    Virtual Meetups is part of "Jewish Together" a community of informative resources powered by The Jewish Federations of North America. Stay connected with your Jewish Community by enjoying meet-ups that anyone is welcome to join.


    Aaah, take a deep breath, find a chair and join Andra West LeBauer for a relaxing meditation and chair yoga session. This rejuvenating program is available anytime on YouTube, and can create calm in your day.

PJ Library's First FACEBOOK LIVE Event

Led by Carly Hertz Dunno, PJ Library hosted it's first ever Facebook Live event on March 17, "Live, Family Fun Bake". 

Participants were invited to bake 'virtually' with Carly and her daughters from the comfort of their own kitchen. The group made a delicious vegan strawberry banana bread!

The recipe for the delicious Strawberry Banana Bread (Vegan, Gluten-Free) can be found at Healthier Steps.


Chefs Addie & Everly

If you missed our Live, Family Fun Bake, you can view the video on our Greensboro PJ Library Facebook page.


Social distancing does not mean social isolation.

While physical separation is critical to controlling the pandemic, this is a time when we can use technology to increase our social connections, and maintain strong social bonds. Participation in virtual and interactive events is a great way to stay connected to our Jewish community. For more information about to stay involved — and stay connected — follow the Greensboro Jewish Federation on Facebook and Instagram

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