Each year, the Federation’s Community Relations Committee (CRC) hosts our Tu B’Shevat Seder to bring together more than 100 members of the Greater Cleveland community to celebrate our shared Earth. Community member shared their thoughts on how they will honor the Earth in the year ahead.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland celebrated Tu b'Shevat by reflecting on environmental responsibility, appreciation of nature and interfaith connections in the local community via a seder Feb. 6 at Cleveland Botanical Garden in Cleveland.
This year’s Community Relations Committee Annual Meeting and Sidney Z. Vincent Memorial Lecture focuses on the role of Women in STEM. Please join us on March 20 at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History at 7:00 pm for an exciting panel discussion and update about the critical work of the Community Relations Committee this last year.
Happy Tu B’Shevat! Tu B’Shevat, the fifteenth day of the Jewish month of Shevat, is a holiday also known as the “New Year for Trees” that celebrates the awakening of the trees for another growing year in the land of Israel. Check out these 3 things you can do to celebrate right here in #JewishCleveland!