Shabbat and Holidays at the EDCJCC
Programs available for families and individuals of all ages.
Plus, click here for all of the EDCJCC resources for virtually celebrating Passover.
Have your cake and eat it, too, at a virtual Baked by Yael Rosh Hashanah cakepop class!
Classes last approximately one hour. We’ll teach you how to crumble the cake, mix it with frosting, and then roll, dip, and decorate your cakepops. You’ll get to take home everything you make, and we’ll clean up!
The exact number of cakepops will vary depending on what size you choose to make your cakeballs. Some people end up with 12+ cakepops!
Registration fee includes materials for one participant: baked cake, frosting, candy melts, cakepop sticks, and cakepop drying stand.
Baked by Yael will donate 20% of each registration fee to the EDCJCC!
During checkout, you’ll be asked to select whether you’d like to pick up your class supplies at Baked by Yael (we offer curbside pickup) or have them delivered to your home.
The Jewish New Year brings with it hopes for sweetness ahead – and what better way to share those wishes than with a slice of something sweet? Join celebrated cookbook author Leah Koenig (Modern Jewish Cooking, The Jewish Cookbook) for an online cooking demonstration that goes beyond honey cake to share two globally-inspired desserts for your holiday table. Recipes will be available in advance of the class for those interested in cooking along during the demo.
This class in collaboration with the Boulder JCC
Leah Koenig’s writing and recipes have appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Epicurious, Food52, Departures, and Tablet, among other publications.
Leah is the author of six cookbooks including The Jewish Cookbook (Phaidon, 2019) and Modern Jewish Cooking (Chronicle Books). In addition to writing, Leah also leads cooking demonstrations and workshops around the country and world. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband and two children.
Taught by Tyler Herman
Wednesdays 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
September 16-October 14
$169 ($149 for subscribers/Angel-level donors)
Registration deadline: September 15 at Noon
A student in Tyler Herman’s An Actor’s Approach to Torah said: “I’ve studied and taught many of these texts, but this this class made these ancient texts come alive in a brand-new way!” Now, Herman brings his expertise and charismatic teaching style to the high holy days, and you can be sure he’ll go whole chag! Join this master teacher and acclaimed actor/director as we prepare for Rosh Hashannah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah. Take your experience of these holidays to a new level as we learn to warm up our bodies, our voices, our imaginations, and our souls. Be prepared for some easy improvisation activities, some vocal and physical exercises, and loads of imagination gymnastics in this fun and informative course. No matter what your background or experience is, you’ll leave knowing more about acting techniques such as The Method, Meisner, and Grotowski, while deepening your emotional and spiritual connection to the Days of Awe. No acting training is necessary.
Co-Presented with the EDCJCC’s Theater J.