Wise Women

Creating dynamic, inclusive, meaningful, and entertaining experiences for the Wise Women of our community—women you’ve known for years and women you’ve yet to meet.

We’ll come together for fun, social, educational, and even spiritual programming throughout the year.

Upcoming opportunities will include:

Yoga and Mindfulness
Book Clubbing
Setting the Passover Table
Israeli Cooking
Mahjong and Canasta


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Upcoming Events

Creating dynamic, inclusive, meaningful, and entertaining experiences for the Wise Women of our community—women you’ve known for years and women you’ve yet to meet. We’ll come together for fun, social, educational, and even spiritual programming throughout the year.



Rosh Hodesh
Women’s Gathering

Wednesdays, 8:30 a.m.

Join other Wise Women for our monthly gatherings of learning, prayer, meditation, and community as we mark the beginning of each new month. Rosh Hodesh, traditionally associated with women’s celebrations, offers us an opportunity to explore a new theme and intention for every month on the Jewish calendar.  Led by Cantor Emma and Rabbi Sari, we look forward to creating a time and space together for sacred reflection and meaningful connection. No experience or knowledge is required, and we love to welcome new faces.

2019 dates:
Adar I | February 6
Adar II | March 13
Nisan | April 10
Iyyar | May 8


Mahj & More

Members and guests are invited to join other Wise Women for open play Mah Jongg, Canasta, Bridge, or any other game you’d like on the first Wednesday of each month from 1–5 p.m. Groups or single players and all levels (beginners to experts) welcome and encouraged! If you have a Mah Jongg set, please bring it along. Snacks and light refreshments will be served.

This is a free event for members and guests, RSVPs are kindly requested.

2019 dates: 
March 13
April 3
May 1

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Pictures from Past Events

Other upcoming Wise Women opportunities include:
Yoga and Mindfulness • Book Clubbing • Setting the Passover Table • Israeli Cooking