The weather encourages outdoor gatherings.
But for when we are confined indoors, here are some programs and activities available via the Internet.
The Center for Jewish History (https://programs.cjh.org/ ) has a variety of programs, many free. Literature, history, culture, cooking and many more sessions are available.
Sunday, May 15 @ 12. Shavuot Cooking with Jake Cohen. This popular cook has just released a cookbook called JEW-ISH in which he gives his own twist to classic Jewish recipes, many from his family. And he makes the most beautifull hallah. https://www.myjewishlearning.com/the-hub/shavuot-cooking-with-jake-cohen/
Saturday, May 15- Sunday, May 16. Shavuot Live from Judaism Unbound is a full 30 hours of learning from a variety of perspectives https://www.myjewishlearning.com/the-hub/
Wednesday, May 12, 19, 16.@ 3:30. Yearning to travel? Take a virtual walking tour of Jewish London, Tour leaderRachel Kolsky is the author of Jewish London: a comprehensive guidebook for visitors and Londoners. The tours cover the East End, Disraeli’s London, and The Rothschild’s homes. https://mailchi.mp/90c5bb9ad3e0/csp-zoom-programs-week-of-april-5-5922618
Wed. May 19 @12. Now let’s go on to Toledo, Spain, which had one of the largest medieval Jewish quarters in Europe. https://www.myjewishlearning.com/the-hub/virtual-tour-of-jewish-toledo-spain/
My Jewish Learning gathers scores of programs of all kinds under the heading “The Hub.” There’s something for everyone here from religious services, study sessions, cooking, culture, and more. https://www.myjewishlearning.com/the-hub/
Lastly, here’s a tasty bite for while you are watching, studying or need sustenance for all that traveling. How about a pickle sandwich?. Don’t be put off by the title. You never know what you’ll find when you are surfing the net. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xxa7aoyA45M