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Meet our local guide, Pablo, who will lead four interesting “trips” showing diverse aspects of the beguiling capital of Argentina. Trips include:
With its concentration of Art Deco buildings, the identity of Miami is inextricably linked with this unique architectural style. Acclaimed tour guide Ronnit Vasserman will take us on an exploration of the iconic buildings located on Lincoln Rd, Washington Ave., Collins Ave and of course Ocean Drive. Some of the buildings on this tour include the Colony Theater, The Fillmore, Miami Beach US Post Office, The Cadillac, the Breakwater, Hoffman Cafeteria Building and more. In addition, we will discuss the decline of Miami tourism in the 70s and 80s and the people responsible for saving these architectural gems from the wrecking ball.
We will send the Zoom link prior to the event.
Please leave a message for Esther at 201.408.1456 if you'd like to register on the day of the event.
James Sokol invites you to zoom away to spend a few hours of “April in Paris” with our terrific professional guide (with perfect English) who will lead this 4 part series.
Tour four different neighborhoods in the gorgeous and romantic “City of Light!” In this series, visit:
The Two Islands & Notre Dame (Apr 5)
The Marais (Apr 12)
The Medieval Latin Quarter (Apr 19)
The Village of Montmartre (Apr 26)
To “meet” James and hear about our armchair travel program, click here.
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Gather your teammate(s), grab your signature cocktail and use your obscure knowledge in a night of big fun.
The Big Quiz Thing—creators of game show entertainment for corporate and private events nationwide since 2002—presents the ultimate virtual trivia experience for our JCC. The Quizmaster will emcee a fully produced team-based quiz show on a wide range of topics, featuring unique video and audio puzzles, the Virtual Buzzertastic Finale, and the best “figureoutable” trivia questions anywhere. Plus, there’s hope for creative types: points for wrong-but-funny answers.
Let James Sokol zoom you to meet a local guide who specializes in the Jewish history of Argentina.
Part-1 focuses on the immigration & history of the Jews in Argentina between the 16th-century and WWII. Learn about the inquisition in Latin America, Jewish gauchos (re: cowboys) and a pogrom in Buenos Aires.
Part-2 looks at the country during WWII through today, including the Nazis & Eichmann, terror attacks, the political & economic crisis, emigration waves, antisemitism and Jewish life & culture today.
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with Tobi Kahn
Tobi will serve as your virtual guide to many great exhibits in various galleries and museums all around the world, revealing compelling facts about the artwork and the artists who created them.
Due to the popularity of these tours, there are no refunds or transfers.
With Elad Kabilio
Discover the beautiful Israeli songs of the holy city Jerusalem. Elad Kabilio will take you on a musical journey of the streets of Jerusalem, its famous sites and fascinating history with songs from the founding days of Israel to this day. Featuring an exciting mix of liturgical songs, war-time songs, pop songs and more, we will celebrate the city of gold and its people.
Elad Kabilio is celebrated by the New York Times for “his vibrant playing full of texture and nuance”. Israeli Cellist Elad Kabilio has dual career as performer and lecturer. He currently teaches at the famed Manhattan School of Music and gives lectures through the concert series MusicTalks. Elad is a popular presenter on music at our JCCU.
Presented by the IAC OfekHub Enrichment (IAC Israeli American Council)
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With Maya Lotan
TLV Graffiti – Color, technique, art and social statements – in this course we will look at works by artists and creators of graffiti and street art from Tel Aviv-Jaffa. We'll discuss the uniqueness of the Israeli artists, the different techniques that the artists use in their work, and try them out. We will look at the social issues that the Graffiti in Tel Aviv expresses and try to understand the Israeli mood through the artist’s work.
Maya Lotan is a tour-guide and Jewish educator. She holds a master’s degree in Israeli Studies with a specialization in modern history.
Presented by the IAC OfekHub Enrichment (IAC Israeli American Council).
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