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Join chef, travel writer, and photographer Shulie Madnick as she demonstrates how to make vegetable pakoras for Hanukkah this year! Shulie will share Indian Jewish traditions inspired by her family’s history in Mumbai and Israel, and her food and travels around the world. Families can cook along with the demonstration, or simply watch Shulie. Following along with the recipe is optional but an ingredient list will be sent with registration. Registration is limited for this program.

Back by popular demand! Join Boston’s preeminent Jewish drag troupe, Turmohel, and performers from Storytime with Drag Kings, Queens, and Friends for a story hour! This event will feature beloved circus stars, dancers, drag performers, and friends reading from their favorite children's books, with a focus on family diversity and LGBTQ Jewish themes. Sometimes there’s juggling, sometimes there’s dancing ... and there are ALWAYS lots and lots of smiles for kids big and small, and kiddos at heart!
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Bring your family for a guided walk through the woods to learn how plants in New England survive the winter, followed by a visit inside to look at plants that grow in other parts of the world. Through hands-on activities and observations, we'll look at the different ways plants grow, and each family will make a small dish garden to take home. RSVP required before 1/22/18.
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Join Keshet for an evening of learning about sex, focused on trans/non-binary/gender non-conforming folks and the people who love them! The session will be lead by community member Sammy Sass and will cover topics like communication, taboos, body-image, hormones, mental health and how all these factors can affect sexuality. We will also take a look at what Judaism has to say (or not say) about sex. Be sure to RSVP for you and anyone coming with you as space is limited. 18+ only!
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Come see The Freedom to Marry at the MFA and stay after for a 30-minute Q&A with Mason Dunn of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition as he discusses how the lessons from the film can be applied to trans activism today! First 10 people can get $7 discounted tickets through Keshet!
Congratulations! Keshet is able to offer you an exclusive $7 discounted ticket for being one of the first 10 people to register for this event. Keshet's Boston Community Programs Manager, Sho Garland, will be in touch with you shortly about how to purchase your discounted ticket.
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