Featured in today's newsletter:
Trivia Night: 3/21
Happy Hour: 3/28
Shabbat Services and Potluck: 3/31
Book Club: 4/2
Passover Info: 4/5 – 4/13
Post-Passover Mimouna: 4/13
Tuesday, March 21, 8 p.m.
The Wolfhound (38-14 30th Ave, Astoria)
The WJOA trivia team is trying our luck at The Wolfhound. Join us for bar trivia! RSVP to Brian so he can save you a seat. See the Facebook event for details.
The Jewish Deli Exhibit
Sunday, March 26, 2 p.m.
New-York Historical Society (170 Central Park West, Manhattan)
We are taking a trip to the NYHS’s exhibit titled “I’ll What She’s Having”: The Jewish Deli before it closes at the beginning of April. Adult tickets are normally $22, but we can get a discount if we have a group of 10 or more people going. RSVP to Brian by Thursday, March 23. See the Facebook event for more details.
Join us for the next Wandering Jews Shabbat in person, as Mor and Liz host us at their place. We'll sing Kabbalat Shabbat and have a vegetarian potluck dinner. Please e-mail Mor to RSVP. He'll send you the address and a spreadsheet so you can tell us what vegetarian delicacies you can share for dinner. Here is the Facebook event.
Current covid safety measures: Full vaccination mandatory, limited attendance, rapid test within 24 hours strongly encouraged.
WJOA member Jonah Schrogin recently went to Poland to volunteer at JCC Krakow, where he sorted and packed food for Ukrainian refugees. He will be giving a Zoom presentation on Sunday, March 26 at 8 p.m. to discuss his experience and explain how you can contribute. RSVP to Jonah to get the Zoom link.
Donate to Aid in the Ukraine Crisis
WJOA member Jonah Schrogin has a fundraiser benefitting GlobalGiving's Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund, which supports more than 80 non-profit organizations on the ground in Ukraine and in the surrounding areas providing humanitarian aid, such as shelter, medical care, food, and clean water. Contribute here, and you can get more information by emailing Jonah, including seeing a presentation.
Two powerful earthquakes struck Turkey and Syria on the same day, killing more than 3,000 people and injuring thousands more. Homes, businesses, and critical infrastructure have been destroyed under layers of rubble. Your donation to the Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief Fund will provide emergency relief and fuel long-term recovery efforts in Turkey and Syria. Donate to GlobalGiving's Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief Fund here.
Have an event you'd like to organize or share? As always, please don't hesitate to send them our way!