Collaboration Counts!

In an effort to build meaningful family friendly engagement opportunities during this difficult time, the Weinstein JCC, the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond and...

Kristallnacht Commemoration: Nov. 7

REMEMBER, RESOLVE, REUNITE Emek Sholom Holocaust Memorial Cemetery and the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond will be honored to welcome Shannon Taylor, Henrico County Commonwealth...

L’ Shana Tovah: Apples and Honey – What is the Origin?

One of the most well-known customs of Rosh Hashanah is the dipping of apple pieces in honey but what is its origin? In the time...

Get Ahead of the Game- Order Mah Jong Cards

Hadassah is ready to take orders for 2022 Mah Jong cards. They are $9 for the standard size, and $10 for the large ones....

Hamantaschen Baking

Join us on Feb. 17 at 7 p.m., for “Making Hamantaschen” with Leslie Greenberg. Leslie, a trained pastry chef, will tell us interesting stories about...

Food Pantry, Elmer Toth needs

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues with much uncertainty, there is a vital need for food and other items for many in our community. The Beth...

Jewish Life at VCU

By Anya Sczerzenie Throughout my life, whenever the subject of Judaism came up, I always said, “well I’m Jewish… sort of.” I wasn’t sure whether I...

Violins of Hope Concert at Beth Ahabah: Oct. 17

On Oct. 17, at 5:30 p.m., Violins of Hope Richmond will present a special concert at Congregation Beth Ahabah with the Virginia Holocaust Museum. It...

Virtual Conversation with Storyteller & Author Carl Wilkens

Join the Virginia Holocaust Museum on Thursday, April 22, from 6-7:30 p.m., for a special presentation and conversation with author and storyteller Carl Wilkens. For...

Visit the Museum

Come join more than 9,000 visitors who have come to the Virginia Museum since we re-opened with Commonwealth of Virginia COVID-19 guidelines on July...