ChiTribe Summer 2022

ChiTribe Summer 2022

A Look at ChiTribe Summer 2022: Photos from Vibrant, Chicago Jewish Life.

In Summer 2022, ChiTribe hosted Happy Hours, Shabbat Clusters throughout the city, and Game nights. Our Happy Hours had over 300 young Jews on rooftops and patios in the city. We expanded our programming to the Chicago suburbs with Picnics and Happy Hours throughout the greater Chicagoland area. We have been working on a ChiTribe app all summer long that we can not wait to launch and continue to help thousands of Chicago Jews find Jewish life easily. Our calendar is also filterable by organization and category and we have launched a new Jewish Chicago Guide so you can search all the Jewish organizations operating in Illinois.

June Happy Hour

June 21 5-8pm | June Happy Hour At Joy District

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ChiTribe Summer Shabbat Clusters

Shabbat Clusters ChiTribe 2022

Shabbat Clusters are back! Eat and celebrate Jewish life together in small clusters in person. All Shabbat Clusters are based on age and location. While people celebrate Shabbat in many places – like synagogues, community centers, and more, all of these dinners will take place in the home of Jewish organizations that host meaningful Jewish programming in Chicago (shout out to BASE and Moishe Houses of Chicago).

July 24th | 6-8pm| Happy Hour | Barcocina

July 10 | 11am-2pm | Busse Woods Picnic for Jews in the Burbs

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ChiTribe Gamenight at Bonus Round Games Cafe

Wednesday, July 13, 7-9 pm | $10

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July 26th | 6-8pm | Happy Hour | Barcocina

ChiTribe in the Burbs Happy Hour at Craft Republic | August 16th 6- 8pm |$5

30 Somethings + Happy Hour at Chalet | August 31 6-8pm |$5

20 Somethings Happy Hour at Chalet | September 14 6-8pm |$5

Find all the Jewish Events in Chicago on the ChiTribe Calendar

Rebecca Schwab

Rebecca Schwab

Rebecca creates best practices and executes marketing campaigns for Jewish organizations who are trying to reach the next generation of the Jewish community - specifically Millennials and Gen Z - through digital marketing, social media, online and in-person events.