Today's Building Hours
  • Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC
    5:30am - 10:00pm
  • Weinberg Park Heights JCC
    5:30am - 10:00pm
Shabbat Candle Lighting: 8:16pm
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Today's Building Hours
  • Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC
    5:30am - 10:00pm
  • Weinberg Park Heights JCC
    5:30am - 10:00pm
Shabbat Candle Lighting: 8:16pm

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Upcoming & Past Events

Upcoming Events

Summer Schmooze & Brews
Hosted by Charm City Tribe and Moishe House Baltimore

Sandlot
1000 Wills Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21231

Reconnect with old friends and meet new ones as we join fellow Jews to schmooze over brews. In conjunction with Moishe House Baltimore, we will be celebrating summer at the Sandlot with a waterfront view, drinks, cornhole and more!

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Questions? Contact Jake Max | 443.955.8365 | jmax@jcc.org​ and on Facebook at facebook.com/charmcitytribe

Past Events

Hannukah Brew Ha Ha
Charm City Tribe celebrated with its fifth edition of the Hannukah Brew Ha Ha at Union Craft Brewery this year. We featured sufganiyot from Paradise Donuts and Hannukah Gelt Snowpants Outmeal Stout brewed by Union. Over 300 folks turned out to listen to beats by DJ Biltmore and try Battle Dreidel in a snow covered inflatable sumo wrestling ring.

Mobile Sukkah Tour
The Mobile Sukkah was back once again, driving around Baltimore to your favorite stops. We started on Sunday at the Charmery in Canton, for a special batch of Etrog flavored ice cream. Our next stop was at R. House in Remington, where we offered etrog infused Duckpin from Union. Finally we stopped at the Speakeasy Saloon in Canton for a festive evening of cocktails and sukkah dwelling.

Wild Purim Rumpus
The Wild Purim Rumpus was a night of raging ridiculousness! Before the rumpus began, Charm City Tribe teamed up with JQ Baltimore for a seudah (a festive meal and discussion) and explored the opportunity that Purim presents to think about "queering" spaces and how we can benefit from the ideas of Purim all year long. 

Later at the 8x10 in Federal Hill, folks got so silly in costume, gave tasty treats to friends, made blessing bags with Jewish Volunteer Connection for those in need, noshed on Hamentachen, and turned everything we thought to be true upside down on its head with a animated telling of the story of Esther accompanied by a live band. Oh and did you notice the Dandy Vagabonds on stilts? Check out our photos.

Questions? Contact Rabbi Jessy Dressin | 443.613.1946 | jdressin​@jcc.org

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