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JPOD Charlotte

With so much programming going on within the Jewish community JPOD CLT aims to educate and inform you each week, so you can get involved in programs that you feel passionate about.  Episodes will cover topics ranging from social action opportunities, holiday and community events, or personal stories, and how they make our Jewish community stronger and more visible to the greater Charlotte region.  Listen on your way to work, school or the gym once a week for just a few minutes to learn about the opportunities and stories available in your Jewish backyard.  Please send feedback, ideas, or events to jpodclt@gmail.com

Mar 18, 2019

Upstream Arts:

Upstream Arts is returning for its third residency, April 1-5th, to change mindsets about ability and disability and activate and amplify the voice and choice of individuals with disabilities in our charlotte community.  

http://www.charlottejcc.org/clientuploads/ARTS/UpstreamArts_flyer_Apr2019.pdf


Mar 11, 2019

3rd Annual Charlotte Jewish Playwriting Contest:

Don’t miss this opportunity to see a different side of theatre and vote on your favorite play.  

Susan Cherin Gundersheim shares the history and importance of this program and Dusty Klass shares her reading committee experience and why she loves this program.   


Mar 4, 2019

Community Purim Carnival:

On March 17th our Jewish community comes tog ether to celebrate Purim with storytelling, Kosher lunch, games, prizes, shopping, moon bounces and more. This community collaboration is a family favorite and brings out everyone in the community young and young at heart.


Feb 25, 2019

Camp Mindy:

The Mindy Ellen Levine Day Camp, located on a lush 54-acre campus in the heart of South Charlotte, is the Levine JCC's premier traditional day camp for preschoolers thru teens.  Through making friends, participating in an array of activities, learning new skills, being outdoors, and experiencing Judaism,...


Feb 11, 2019

On the Same Page: Chapter II with Martin Fletcher

This twice yearly community book read hosted by the Center for Jewish Education is an opportunity for readers and book clubs to gather and hear directly from the author.  On March 24th Promised Land author Martin Fletcher will be here to speak.