Teitelbaum Family Center for the Arts
The Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center offers films, theatrical performances, and concerts in the APJCC Auditorium, as well as art exhibits in our second floor art gallery hall.
Upcoming Events, Classes and Exhibits
King Solomon Tarot Cards
Currently on exhibit through June 6th in the JCC's 2nd floor Art Gallery Hall
In this exhibition you meet unwritten traditions that were taught from generation to generation. Kaballah teaches the structure of the universe and how it was created. A person who studies and explores can take this to many directions, acquiring a new way of thinking and viewing life from a spiritual perspective. Many people use this understanding as wisdom and a life path. King Solomon was considered the wisest man in history, and as the tradition tells, he knew the connections between different geometric shapes, symbols, letter combinations and the secrets of creation. Artwork and Tarot card decks available for sale. For further information please contact Lisa at 408.357.7492 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Human Loom Project
Starts June 18th
The Human Loom Project connects individuals and celebrates ours similarities and our differences. This interactive exhibition on display in the APJCC lobby is a forum to create relationships and community where you can help us weave an illustration that captures our journey together. The APJCC invites you to explore how together we can define "Community" by contributing your own words to help define your community and our stories of togetherness. Combined we will break through the barriers of isolation to unite our APJCC Family. The installation project opens on June 18th. The finished weaving will be on display on August 18th. For more information, please call Lisa at 408.357.7492 or email@example.com.
TEVA (nature) In Action! Turn your Veggies into Meals
Sundays, May 5th and June 2nd | 11:30am-1:30pm
You, too, can cook healthy, tasty, simple vegetarian meals. Learn to think and cook like a pro with Chef Joni. She will share recipes, shortcuts, knife skills, food storage and so much more. Enjoy cooking, and enjoy eating the food you make. JCC members: $25 per session or $80 for all four; Non-members: $30 per session or $90 for all four. Click here for the flyer. For more information, please call Lisa at 408.357.7492 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silicon Valley Jewish Music Festival
Sunday, June 23rd | 3:00pm-8:00pm
An outdoor music festival at the JCC. Visit the Silicon Valley Jewish Music Festival page for details.