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  • Building Inclusive Communities

    Posted by Katie Maurer on February 19, 2019 | Share

    Inclusion is central to what we do here at the J. In the broadest sense, we engage people regardless of religious affiliation, background, age, ethnicity, or other factors that all too often form boundaries. We’re also proud to be home to the Milton and Frances Schloss Special Needs & Services department, which provides programming for people of all ages…

  • Culture Meets Community at Jewish Film Festivals

    Posted by Katie Maurer on January 16, 2019 | Share

    Winter is a popular time for film – from award shows that pervade the first three months of the year, to festivals that gather people inside for screenings and discussions. Over the past several decades, Jewish film festivals have risen in popularity the world over – and they’re not just limited to major cities like New York, Los Angeles,…

  • Adams Classic and Lil Adams…Did You Know?

    Posted by Katie Dreyer on May 10, 2018 | Share

    Did you know… …that the 24th Adams Classic is coming up on Thursday, June 14 at Losantiville Country Club? (And it’s filling quickly!) …that the Adams Classic is the J’s biggest fundraiser? …that the Adams Classic raffle includes more amazing prizes every year? (FC Cincinnati fan? Ski aficionado? Need a 5-night Florida vacation?? Buy your raffle tickets now!) …that…

  • Jewish & Israeli Film Festival 2018

    Posted by Katie Dreyer on February 05, 2018 | Share

    Lights…camera…action! February in Cincinnati has become synonymous with the Mayerson JCC Jewish & Israeli Film Festival. The bright, warm, and welcoming theatres provide a fun respite from the cold winter weather that still lingers outside, and the experience of sharing a movie with friends and community members from all across the city offers an opportunity to come together to…

  • 12 Influential Jewish Women of History

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on August 25, 2016 | Share

    Congress designated August 26 Women’s Equality Day in recognition of the ratification of the 19th Amendment which gave women the right to vote. To celebrate Women’s Equality Day, we’ll explore the stories of 12 influential Jewish women to honor the accomplishments and individuals that shaped our history. Bella Abzug – “Battling Bella” was a U.S. Representative and women’s rights activist in the 1960s and…