JCCSF Pop-Ups

Out of the building. Onto the street.

Experience our city-wide pop-ups as we bring the JCCSF to the broader San Francisco community.

From food demos and art workshops to shared meals, live music and community service, these events provide convenient, fun and meaningful experiences inspired by Jewish holidays, wisdom and values. We invite everyone to join us, explore, discover newfound wisdom and reimagine rituals that inspire and resonate for you.

Bringing the JCCSF to the entire city, one neighborhood pop-up at a time!
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UPCOMING EVENTS

JCCSF Pop-Ups: Shabbat Delight-catessen wrapped candles and marigold flower

Shabbat Delight-catessan
Friday, February 23 • Noon • FREE
The CJM, 736 Mission Street, SF.
We invite you to take a pause from your work day and swing by the CJM to explore Shabbat traditions with us! Create your own Shabbat kit, try something new and appreciate the efforts of your week.
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JCCSF Pop-Ups: The Idea of Home: A Shabbat and Immersive Audio Experience

The Idea of Home:
A Shabbat and Immersive Audio Experience

Friday, March 16 • 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Laundry, 3359 26th Street, SF.
We invite you to transition out of the workweek with us for Shabbat in the Mission paired with an intimate, immersive audio experience. Enter a space of ritual and reflection to make this Shabbat a memorable and meaningful one. We’re partnering with Lava Mae, an organization that offers hospitality and hygiene to people experiencing homelessness, to explore the idea of home.
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JCCSF Pop-Ups is proud to announce our season-long partnership with local nonprofit Lava Mae, preparing hygiene kits for individuals experiencing homelessness, and Oakland-based artist Anna Kingsley of Pickypockets Press, creating custom artwork for our holiday-themed programs.

This year, we are also excited to partner up with the following local, independent businesses and nonprofits for our citywide events!

 

Supported by the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.