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Registration Open: So You Want To…Explore Filmmaking

January 27 - February 3
Chicago, IL United States + Google Map

Did you know you have a portable movie studio in your pocket? You don't need a big budget to create a professional or just-for-fun film, just an idea and your phone or tablet. Whether you’re an aspiring filmmaker or just a movie enthusiast, this class series will teach you how

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8:00 AM

Mishkan Morning Minyan Drop-In

January 27 @ 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
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An event every day that begins at 8:00 AM, repeating indefinitely

Chicago, IL United States + Google Map
Mishkan Chicago ChiTribe

We want to start our day with you! Join Rabbi Deena and Builder Tova Markenson for daily Morning Minyans. Monday through Friday from 8-8:30 am, tune in via Zoom for prayer, meditation, and a spiritual check-in we all need!

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Registration Open: So You Want To…Start A Podcast

January 27 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Chicago, IL United States + Google Map

Podcasting has become an increasingly popular way to tell stories and build community. In this class series we will discuss what a podcast is, brainstorm story topics, and explore various podcast formats and interview styles. You will learn how to write a script, edit, produce and market your podcast, and

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6:00 PM

Behind the Headlines: A Look at Immigration in America W/ HIAS Immigration & Citizenship

January 27 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Chicago, IL United States + Google Map

Sign up: https://forms.gle/oggUi81wTrxszrHp8 Are you interested in learning more about immigration reform? Do you want to have a better understanding of current immigration related issues with in our country? Do you want to learn about how you can get involved with the fight for immigration reform right here in Chicago?

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7:00 PM

Mishkan Meditation Circle

January 27 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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An event every week that begins at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, repeating indefinitely

Chicago, IL United States + Google Map
Mishkan 5781 ChiTribe

Mishkan's Meditation Circle is a sangha, a group of people devoted to doing spiritual practice in community. The Meditation Circle will gather on Wednesday evenings to sit in silent meditation together and to process what’s coming up in our practice— challenges, new insights & questions. You don’t have to commit

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7:30 PM

YJP Kabbalah Cocktails ~ Tu Bishvat

January 27 @ 7:30 PM
Chicago, IL United States + Google Map

Registration opens January 18 Celebrate Tu Bishvat, YJP style! Join us for a spiritually infused cocktail party. Discover the true kabbalistic meaning of the seven fruits of Israel...And find out your own unique fruit personality. Create a custom cocktail, led by expert mixologist and chef, Shoshi Kaiser. ~ Exotic fruit

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A Musical Tu Bishvat Seder

January 27 @ 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Chicago, IL United States + Google Map

Join us for an exploration of the mystical world of Tu Bishvat through song. Weaving together traditional elements of the kabbalistic Tu Bishvat seder with music, ritual and sound, Hadar's Rising Song Institute will celebrate the New Year of the Trees with an exciting group of musicians and artists, including

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8:15 PM

Health & Healing in Jewish Thought & Jewish Life

January 27 @ 8:15 PM - 9:00 PM
Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel Congregation, 540 W Melrose St
Chicago, IL 60657 US
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Join Rabbi Wolkenfeld for a three-part Beit Midrash Wednesdays series: January 20 @ 8:15 PM Danger to Health vs. Danger to the Soul: Sakanta Hamira m’Issura January 27 @ 8:15 PM Taking Challah, Misheberakh Prayers, and Other Spiritual Interventions February 3 @ 8:15 PM Faith and the Practice of Medicine

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8:30 PM

Tu Bishvat Seder with My Jewish Learning

January 27 @ 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Chicago, IL United States + Google Map

The holiday of Tu Bishvat, sometimes called the ‘New Year of the Trees,’ touches on so many of the themes on our minds and hearts this year: hope in a time of darkness, ecological sustainability, and the cycles of nature. Join My Jewish Learning with Kohenet Shamirah Chandler and Rabbi

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