Starting March 25, the Rosenbloom OM JCC main entrance will temporarily close as we redesign our front lobby. The new temporary entrance will in the back of the building by the CSA studio. Members and guests will need to follow signs and drive around the right side of the building.View parking map

Shabbat candle lighting: 7:11pm

Israel @ 75

Join us in celebrating Israel at 75 with this series of community-wide events:

Run for Remembrance 5K

Sunday, April 23 | 8:30am
Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC

In partnership with Friends of IDF (Israel Defense Forces) Baltimore and the Shinshinim program of the Jewish Agency for Israel, the JCC is hosting a 5k run in memory of fallen soldiers and victims of terror just before Israel’s Memorial Day. The run will begin early in the morning and will feature opening and medal ceremonies. Each runner will receive the name of a fallen soldier or victim of terror on their race bib, along with a link to their bio to run in their memory and honor. A moving experience in more ways than one! Open to runners of all ages and families with children ages 8+.

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Course Before the Course
Thursday, April 20 | 5:00-7:00pm
Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC

Explore the history of the IDF and the various branches with JCC's Shinshinim Eden and Yali. Maian, Baltimore’s senior community Shlicha will also share her experience as an educational Non Commissioned Officer in the Israeli Navy training base.

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Film: Exodus 91 and Music: AvevA

Tuesday, April 25 | 7:00pm
Gordon Center for Performing Arts

The opening evening of the 35th Annual William and Irene Weinberg Family Baltimore Jewish Film Festival features a special screening and concert event in celebration of Israel's special birthday. The Israeli hybrid docu-narrative film Exodus 91 recounts the experiences of diplomat Asher Naim, who led Operation Solomon, the diplomatic and military mission to bring thousands of Ethiopian Jews to Israel in the midst of Ethiopia's brutal civil war. The film will be followed by a short performance and remarks from celebrated Ethiopian-Israeli singer-songwriter, AvevA, known for fusing traditional Ethiopian sounds with her soul-pop melodies, producing a unique style with universal appeal. Sponsored by North Oaks.

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A Choral Celebration of Israel at 75

Tuesday, May 23 | 7:00pm
Gordon Center for Performing Arts

Featuring HaZamir: The International Jewish Teen Choir (chapters from Baltimore, DC, South Jersey and Philadelphia), Kol Rinah, B'Harmonia from Krieger Schechter Middle School, HaZaPrep Baltimore. Conductors include Erika Schon, Teddy Klaus, Marsha Edelma, Leon Sher, and Melanie Blatt.

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Grow! Israel: A Multi-Sensory Mobile Art Experience

Featuring FoodScape by Studio Mela
Co-Commissioned and Presented by BAMAH and JArts
Sunday, June 4 | 10:30am | Gordon Outdoors | Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC

In celebration of Israel’s 75th birthday, FoodScape offers an authentic taste of the land in an entirely new way! The experience includes an interactive art installation, Israeli dancing, and tasty bites of Israeli food provided by Pearlstone’s Kitchen.

About the installation: FoodScape invites you to examine the Holy Land and its history through transported soil, herbs, citrus and wildflowers, calling upon your senses to map and define the culinary identity of each region. From Haifa to Eilat, participants will investigate the sounds, scents, and tastes of the land of Israel — a small country with a rich and diverse ecosystem. The self-guided outdoor experience invites audiences of all ages to wander among agricultural “fields” evoking the beauty and aromas of Israel, while performers sow and harvest them, gathering flavors. Guests are then invited to enjoy a glass of gazoz, a vintage Israeli beach treat, made from these extractions.

FoodScape conceived by Studio Mela, co-commissioned and presented by BAMAH & the Jewish Arts Collaborative of Boston (JArts). 

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Gallery Exhibit: Israeli Artist Shlomo Cohen

April — June
Meyerhoff Gallery | Gordon Center for Performing Arts

Shlomo Cohen creates sleek and unique, modern artwork. With an eye for composition, colors, and creativity, Shlomo digitally draws interesting artwork and brings them to life by printing the art on high-definition metal.


Events supported by J Life, connecting families with the joys of Jewish traditions and to new friends and community.