Jews About Town: Carb Shabbat, Pickling and Pino, Passover in a Mosque and More
Jews About Town is a weekly column that features the hottest Jewish social events, parties, and networking opportunities for young professionals. To suggest a future event or write about one of these events, email us . Follow us on Twitter at @JewAboutTown.
It’s almost Passover! Wondering what to eat? Drink? Do? We’ve got you covered. • Bring this for the hostess with the mostess • Send this essay to the curmudgeons in your life. • Learn how to make a mean matzoh ball soup and matzoh brei (or potsoh brei, for the herbally inclined).
Your Week Ahead: April 4-9:
NYC — Pinot and pickling, anyone? Make your own fermented delights and meet other yopros over fancy pants food and cocktails at Manhattan JCC.
7:00-10:00 p.m. $18.
Chicago — Work for a Jewish organization? Check out the annual Spertus Institute Community Networking Night, where you’ll meet fellow leaders of Jewish Chicago over free food and learn from career expert Alexandra Levit.
NYC — Pesach in a mosque? You don’t wanna Passover this opportunity. Celebrate interfaith struggles for freedom and liberation over kosher / halal nosh.
Brooklyn — Is there anything more heavenly sounding than a Carb Shabbat? Bring bottle of wine or dessert to share!
NYC — Head uptown for a Passover story slam (and vino) at the Harlem JCC. Professional storytellers who will regale you with true tales about seders, liberation and freedom.
8:00-10:00 p.m. $18.
Pittsburgh — Make some time to give back before the Passover holiday begins at sundown — perhaps by boxing and delivering food to the needy?
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Laura E. Adkins is the Forward’s contributing network editor. Contact her at [email protected] or on Twitter, @Laura_E_Adkins.