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Music & Film

Saturday, Feb 16

Havdalah, Music, Stories and Poetry

7:30 pm
Herky’s J Café, Staenberg Family Complex,
Fitness & Wellness Building

The night comes alive with the magical tradition of music and entertainment with Rabbi James Stone Goodman and friends. Music, storytelling, poetry and more…

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Sunday, Feb 17

Jewish Rock Radio RockFest
National Music Festival*

Jewish Community Center
Staenberg Family Complex Gymnasium

Buy Tickets Now! $10 adult/$5 per child
Food available for purchase

Bring your family to rock out with nationally renowned Jewish rock artists, and nosh on the finalists’ entries of the Rockin’ Sandwich Smackdown competition. Stay for the whole fest or come and go as you please. For complete artist info and performance times, go to

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Monday, Feb 18

“Conservative Innovators:” Israeli
Rappers in Search of Local Culture

Jewish Federation Kopolow Building

Uri Dorchin will discuss the cultural phenomenon of Israeli rap music. Learn how these artists developed, grew popular, and reflected Israeli societal views.

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Tuesday, Feb 19

Movie: Israel Inside: How a Small
Nation Makes a Big Difference

Jewish Federation Kopolow Building

This documentary tells the uplifting story of the Israeli people, whose resilience has propelled Israel to the forefront of world innovation and progress. Israeli, Oded Levinger, will lead a discussion following the film.

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Girls Rock Music Purim Party*

6:00 – 8:00pm
Saul Brodsky Jewish Community Library, Kopolow Building

A hands-on multigenerational Purim experience that will include high-energy, edgy-pop rock music featuring Jewish rock musician, Naomi Less. Includes light dinner.

$20 mother/daughter pair or $15 per girl
RSVP required to Simone Picker at 314-442-3166 or [email protected]
Co-sponsored by Nishmah

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Wednesday,Feb 20

Shir Ami Benefit Concert

JCC Staenberg Family Complex, Arts & Education Building

Shir Ami (“Song of My People”) singing troupe performs Israeli, Yiddish, Ladino and American-Jewish music. Concert will benefit The Rabbi Robert P. Jacobs Jewish Fund for Human Needs (JFHN) which awards small grants
to social services agencies helping those in need throughout the St. Louis region.

Suggestion donation at the door $10.
Co-sponsored by JCRC

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