Shop handmade goods from independent artists from holiday cards to jewelry to baked goods. It’s Etsy IRL!
NEW THIS YEAR:
Hang out in our lounge
- Musical performances
- DIY crafts
- Hot chocolate bar
Want to be a craft or food vendor at our event? Vendor application is due by November 20!
This event is for those in their 20’s and 30’s
Want to come for free? Find out how you can help at the event by emailing Stacy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Combo Ticket: $8 (Save $2) Entrance to Hipster Holiday market + Hanukkah Happy Hour (Time Hop)
Make Room for Latkes 2018
Chanukah is coming and with it, eight nights of family fun! Join PJ Library, the Edlavitch DCJCC, the Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School of the Nation’s Capital, Federation’s Jewish Food Experience and the interfaith program, Love and Religion, for hands-on Chanukah activities including crafts, cooking, singing, candle lighting, latkes, a mitzvah (good deed) project and take-home goodies. It’s a perfect morning for Jewish and interfaith families with children ages 2 and older.
Brought to you by PJ Library, the Edlavitch DCJCC, Federation’s Jewish Food Experience®, Love and Religion interfaith programs and Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School.
Sign up by November 30, and it’s just $10. All registrations after November 30 will be $15/family and can be paid at the door.
The largest Hanukkah Happy Hour in DC – formerly known as Hanukkah Happy Hour on the Hill – is moving off the Hill again this year. Hop back in time with us at Decades where each floor has a different decade as their theme. Join hundreds of Jewish young adults for drink and food specials and some awesome surprises! Be sure to bring warm winter items for our clothing drive.
Save on a combo Holiday Market + Happpy Hour ticket!
Be sure to bring warm winter items such as socks and hats; collection boxes will be at both locations. All items will be donated to D25 at the DCJCC and given as holiday gifts to the DC homeless community.
Find out how flaming the Festival of Lights can be when you celebrate Chanukah with other LGBTQ Jews (and our friends) at Pitchers DC in Adams Morgan.
Join GLOE – GLBTQ Outreach & Engagement at the Edlavitch DCJCC, Gayyim DC: A Group for Jewish Guys Over 30, Bet Mishpachah, Nice Jewish Boys DC, and Nice Jewish Girls on Thursday, December 6, for this traditional annual gathering of the local LGBTQ Jewish community.
Join the EDCJCC and the Hadar Institute for a morning workshop focused on themes associated with Chanukah and the holiday season. The Hadar Institute is an educational institution that empowers Jews to create and sustain vibrant, practicing communities of Torah learning, prayer, and service. This program will include a panel and breakout sessions full of cross-cultural, passionate discussions open to all, regardless of a participant’s background or affiliation.
9:45am—10:00am Doors Open and Registration
10:00am—11:15am Plenary Session
11:30am—12:20pm Breakout Sessions
General Admission: $18
Student Admission: $10
December 25th Day of Service (D25) is the Edlavitch DCJCC’s largest volunteer event of the year. Join over 1,000 volunteers at a social service agency in the metro-DC area to prepare and serve meals, sing carols, visit home-bound seniors, throw holiday parties, play bingo, and deliver holiday cheer to those in need.
This year, while the EDCJCC building is undergoing renovation, the Hyatt Regency will be D25’s home base. Several ways to give back will be available on-site at the Hyatt Regency, including our Winter Blood Drive, making instant meal kits, creating cards for emergency personnel working on Christmas Day, and many others. Registration and check-in will also take place at the Hyatt Regency this year.
Many of the projects are family-friendly – please read individual project descriptions carefully for the minimum age to volunteer at each site.