Friendship Circle knows no distance

Covid-19 has changed a lot of things in our lives, but one thing that has certainly changed for the good and grown exponentially is...

Persian Lessons: Byrd Theatre

The Virginia Holocaust Museum has partnered with the Weinstein JCC’s Israeli Film Festival to host a showing of Persian Lessons on Jan. 25, 7...

Violins of Hope tells many stories of the Holocaust

By Skip Kozakewicz Reflector Editor Violins of Hope is now in the Mid-Atlantic Region for the first time – until Oct. 24. It features a collection...

Virginia Holocaust Museum Mission and Vision

  To preserve and document the Holocaust in exhibits and archival collection. Through the permanent exhibit, educational programming, and outreach the Museum employs the history...

A Venerable Veteran Remembered on Veteran’s Day

Editor’s Note: The Reflector thanks the Jewish National Fund for authoring and sending in this article. In 1941, an unassuming thirteen-year-old Jewish girl from small-town...

More than a ‘white ball with red seams’

By Kristen Litchfield Special to the Reflector March 2020 Reflector The last four months have been a whirlwind. On September 22, 2019, the Israel men’s baseball defeated South...

In Memoriam: Gilbert Rosenthal, 1925-2021

In Memoriam: Gilbert Rosenthal, 1925-2021 Longtime community leader Gilbert Rosenthal died peacefully at Westminster Canterbury Richmond on February 13. Longtime leader and great friend of the community Gilbert “Gil”...

Health Program – Get Your Mind and Body Healthy

Hadassah Richmond will present our annual Health Program, virtually, on Sunday morning, March 14, from 11 a.m.  - 12:15 p.m. Eat the %*#& Cookie! will...

Order Mah Jong Cards by Jan. 20

Be sure to order your 2022 Mah Jong cards by Jan. 20. They are $9 for the standard size, and $10 for the large...

Purim Goes Virtual

Dress in a magical costume. Shake your Grogger. Eat Hamantaschen! All are welcome to join the Virtual Community Purim Celebrations in February. The Richmond Jewish Community is...