Upcoming Programs

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When NCJW’s commitment to abortion access goes local, in synagogues around the country

Synagogues participating in the Milwaukee Area will have presentations focused on Wisconsin statutes governing abortion, and the Jewish law concerning abortion access:

Friday Night February 9 services: Congregation Sinai, Fox Point at 6 pm; Congregation Emanu-El B’Ne Jeshurun, River Hills features Jeff Mandell from Law Forward at 6:15 pm; HillelMKE at UWM (contact alli@hillelmke.org)

Shabbat Morning Services February 10: Congregation Shalom, Fox Point 9 am; Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid, Glendale 9:30 am

Join NCJW-MKE at the Milwaukee Rep on Tuesday, February 20! 

A Pulitzer Prize finalist and direct from Broadway, What the Constitution Means to Me, by Heidi Schreck has taken the theatrical world by storm, breathing new life into our Constitution by imagining how it will shape the next generation of Americans.  In this hilarious, witty and refreshingly honest new play, Heidi revisits her fifteen-year-old self to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the lasting impact of the document that shaped their journey.

What the Constitution Means to Me

Tuesday, February 20, 2024 – 7:30pm

$30 discounted group rate – only a few seats left!*

*Purchase must be made directly through NCJW-MKE by Sunday, February 18, or until tickets sell out*

Learn More – https://www.milwaukeerep.com/shows/show/what-the-constitution-means-to-me/


Upcoming Family Gathering Nights in the COA Gym, 909 E Garfield Ave

Have fun while you help kids and their families with
Crafts, Games, and STEAM Projects!

–Parents and kids over 10 years old can volunteer–
5-7 pm

Monday February 12
Monday March 11
Monday April 8

Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY), a program of COA Youth and Family Centers, is a parent involvement, school-readiness program that helps parents prepare their two-, three-, and four-year old children for success in school and beyond.

Peer mentors provide parents with a set of carefully developed curriculum including books and materials designed to strengthen their children’s cognitive skills, early literacy skills, and social/emotional and physical development.

Parents and children read, play, and learn together every day in their homes and at monthly HIPPY Family Gathering Nights. Learn more about HIPPY here.

HIPPY empowers parents as the primary educators of their children in the home, and fosters parent involvement in school and community life. HIPPY families are more involved in their childrens’ schools and in their communities even after they finish the program, and their children are more successful in school!