Marcus JCC of Atlanta – Book Fest

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The Book Festival of the @MJCCA is thrilled to present some of the nation’s most renowned authors at our exciting, virtual author talk events. From Matthew McConaughey, Rachael Ray, and Jodi Picoult to Wayne Federman, Annabelle Gurwitch, and David Javerbaum, November is packed full of bestselling authors! Purchase your tickets or season passes today at […]

A Survey of Israeli Culture

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Energize your mind this winter with an intriguing lineup of classes from the @MJCCA’s Lisa F. Brill Institute for Jewish Learning! Join us in person for A Survey of Israeli Culture and enjoy virtual offerings like Biblical Women: Emerging from the Margins through Midrash, and Pray It Forward: God, Gratitude, and Gathering Together, an inclusive […]

Rabbi Glusman and local musicians for Acoustic Shabbat Café

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Join the @MJCCA’s Rabbi Glusman and local musicians for Acoustic Shabbat Café, an evening of soulful music and Shabbat tunes Fri, Jan 7 at 6:00 pm! People of all faiths and backgrounds will enjoy this engaging live acoustic program in celebration of Shabbat at Alon’s Bakery in Dunwoody. Food and drinks available for purchase. Learn […]

Live Arts & Authors – Alison Rose Greenberg Bad Luck Bridesmaid

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Live Arts & Authors are back at the @MJCCA, beginning with Screenwriter Alison Rose Greenberg! The Atlanta native will discuss her novel, Bad Luck Bridesmaid, in-person on Tues, Jan 11 at 7:30 pm. Prefer to tune in virtually? The event will also be live-streamed. Get your tickets today at atlantajcc.org.bookfestival!

Roots, Rhythm, and Resilience: Musical Intersections of Black and Jewish Diasporas

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Marcus JCC of Atlanta and AgeWell Atlanta Neighborhoods in Partnership with the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (Toronto) OR Miles Nadal JCC (Toronto) presents Roots, Rhythm, and Resilience: Musical Intersections of Black and Jewish Diasporas Roots, Rhythm, and Resilience: Musical Intersections of Black and Jewish Diasporas With musicians and educators Denise Williams and Jordan Klapman   This four-part […]

Jewish Broadway

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Monday February 7th at 2:00 pm Part 1 The first AmiciMusic concert will be called “JEWISH BROADWAY” and features arrangements for violin and piano of songs by Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, and Harold Arlen with Timothy Schwarz, violin and Daniel Weiser, piano.  Dr. Weiser will talk about the lives of each composer with many fun […]

By George

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Monday February 14th at 2:00 pm Part 2 The second AmiciMusic concert will be called “BY GEORGE” and feature the music of America’s greatest composer, George Gershwin, including several songs he wrote with his brother, Ira, such as “S’Wonderful” and “Love is Here to Stay,” an aria from Porgy and Bess, and an arrangement of […]