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Wanna go for a Walk with Sheila?
It's never too late to start exercising and what better way than with a group friends. You can catch up on their lives, gossip a little and enjoy the fresh Ojai morning air. We do a different walk every week...usually about 3 miles or 7-8,000 steps, almost a whole day's quota. Hope to see you at 8am on the west side of the Ojai Valley Museum courtyard on Thursday mornings, rain or shine.
A message from our Membership Committee tells you how you can help expand our Jewish presence in the greater Ojai Community. Your invitation can be found by clicking here....
Please consider leaving a bequest to Jewish Community of Ojai in your will or estate plan. This is an excellent way to help ensure the long-term economic strength of our congregation. For more information, please contact John Allen at 708-567-6650.
Spring Hebrew School session is starting March 20 at the Jewish Community of Ojai.
Our school teaches beginning Hebrew reading and writing, Jewish holidays, and ethics and values to children Third Grade and up. Our 10 week sessions help prepare students for their B'nai Mitzvah training.
For more info, call 646-4464, or contact Pearl at 646-1721.
Three compelling speakers will appear at
Congregation Am HaYam of Ventura County in the spring of 2017, each of them engaging, dynamic and thought-provoking.
As Passover approaches I thought "let's have a community morning of traditional Passover making ". So mark your calendar 10-12am, Saturday April 8 at the JCO social hall. I will supply enough apples, walnuts, honey, cinnamon, and wine for the community Seder choroset. If you have your own secret ingredients please bring them, as well as personal chopping tools. I will also supply all ingredients for horseradish. This is a gender neutral all age event. In addition to our choroset and horseradish making, Pam Grau will be demonstrating how to cook nut cookies and nut sponge cake.