June is Pride Month. The annual celebration provides a wide variety of opportunities for us to celebrate, teach, learn and demonstrate our pride for the LGBTQ community. Learn more.
The 2020-21 teen philanthropists in the Giving Initiative for Teens (GIFT) raised more than $22,000 for five local organizations, which were distributed at a grant ceremony on May 19.
Let's celebrate Purim! Purim, which literally means “lots,” has become a thankful and joyous celebration of Jewish survival. Now we celebrate with costumes, parties, music, and of course the HAMANtaschen cookie! Let's celebrate together...
Virtually Together Again! March 4-18 Comedian Howie Mandel launches Opening Night with documentary film and Zoom conversation featuring acclaimed director Barry Avrich SEATTLE, Wash. – The Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF) has announced its full line-up of streaming films for…
The J community came together in new ways to celebrate the High Holidays in 2020, here are some snap shots from us "gathering" in all new ways as we welcomed the new year.
There have been a lot of smiles at the J these past several months and we can't wait for more as we head into September. Check out a video of these summer smiles!
The Seattle Jewish Film Festival is going virtual! The streaming festival runs June 16-July 2. Get your tickets for films, Zoom conversations, and more.
Go head-to-head with JCC participants across the continent in your favorite form of exercise. Test your mettle and stay connected, strong, and healthy with us!
The Giving Initiative for Teens wrapped up an amazing year with a grant ceremony on May 27, distributing more than $28,000 to local non-profits.
This week, we're launching two new Arts + Ideas virtual programs: Zoom with a Jew interview series and Divan-a-Thon film conversations.