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  • Culture Meets Community at Jewish Film Festivals

    Posted by Mayerson JCC 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,…

  • Latin-Jewish Hanukkah Jams with Mr. G

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on November 06, 2018 | Share

    Hanukkah is quickly approaching, and we’ve got several celebrations planned for the whole family! One highlight of our Hanukkah programming this year is PJ Library’s Hanukkah Concert featuring Mister G, PJ Library musician and…Latin GRAMMY winner? It’s not every day you hear of a Hanukkah concert featuring a musician known for his genre-defying talent (bluegrass to bossa nova, funk…

  • 3 Quotes on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on February 02, 2017 | Share

    Providing an Inclusive environment is very important to us at the JCC. Today, on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day, we take a moment to celebrate the inclusive and adaptive programs we have, we reflect on our opportunities to do more, and we brainstorm ways to engage and inspire our community. There is a wealth of resources and thought leaders who…

  • Celebrating Fall in Cincinnati

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on September 19, 2016 | Share

    The obsession with everything fall and pumpkin-flavored hasn’t escaped us here at the J. According a story by NPR, professor of American Studies Cindy Ott found the following interesting trend in the fall madness, “We’re celebrating the nostalgia for this old fashioned, rural way of life, that no one ever really wanted to stay on, but everyone’s always been…

  • Understanding Your Past & Building Your Future

    Posted by Mayerson JCC on March 30, 2016 | Share

    “If our students are going to be prepared to participate as active citizens shaping the world of tomorrow, they must understand that history didn’t just happen, it was made, and that they have a place in making the choices that will become the history of tomorrow.” Susan Graseck, National Council for the Social Studies We all wear many hats…