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Upcoming Events

Events Listing
March 09, 2021
07:30 pm

LifeBridge Health and Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore present

Why Is This Night Different From All Other Nights?

Join LifeBridge Health’s Clinical Dietician Adriane Kozlovsky, MS, RDN, LDN, for this free virtual workshop focused on helping those with diabetes navigate the Seder and the Passover holiday. Get the latest information, tips, recipes and creative ideas to help you sail through the holiday with health and enjoyment. Make this the year you truly go from slavery to freedom!


March 10, 2021
07:00 pm
Virtual Gordon Center

In celebration and honor of Women’s History month and the International Women’s Day and inspired by the legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, join authors, Elaine Weiss, Marlene Trestman, and Debbie Levy for a virtual conversation about women who made their passion, profession, and purpose to seek justice and repair the world. Presented by the 3rd Annual Baltimore Festival of Jewish Literature.

March 14, 2021
03:00 pm
Virtual Event

Co-presented by the Gordon Center and JPride
December 2020-March 2021

This virtual film series showcases a monthly themed selection of art-house features and popular titles promoting Jewish LGBT advocacy, followed by a community conversation or director's talk-back.

March 21, 2021
05:00 pm
Virtual Gordon Center

The Annual Baltimore Queer Seder is a chance to retell the Passover narrative from a unique and welcoming LGBT perspective and to connect with other LGBT Jews and allies in our community.

Fueled by a JPride Grant.

March 24, 2021
07:30 pm
Virtual Event

Take a modern twist on an ancient tradition with an innovative and inspirational women’s seder. The Braid, a Jewish story company, will guide us through an evening of storytelling filled with food, laughs, wine, heart-opening empowered journeys of self-discovery, and connection. This event is appropriate for those who identify as female. 

March 31, 2021
07:30 pm

Enjoy a special Passover night out with family and friends to enjoy this award-winning Dreamworks film about the story of Moses, featuring an all-star cast. 

Ticket Price: $25 per car.
First 50 member cars to arrive will receive a snack pack.

April 07, 2021
01:00 pm
Virtual Gordon Center

Take a musical journey with musician and lecturer Seth Kibel examining the personalities, lives and careers of Jewish-American musicians whose pioneering contributions shaped this uniquely American genre of jazz music. 

Part of The Wisdom Studio Series, a space to explore Judaism and Jewish culture as it evolves and develops on the page, on the screen, in the studio.

April 11, 2021
07:00 pm
Virtual Gordon Center

Sponsored by North Oaks
Sunday, April 11 at 7:00pm through Tuesday, April 13 at 7:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: Online sales close 2 hours before viewing window opens

VIRTUAL LIVE DISCUSSION via Zoom: Thursday, April 22 at 7:00pm
Guest Speaker: Dr. Uta Larkey, Holocaust Scholar

After their resistance parents are arrested, ten-year-old Gerda and her brother Otto discover two Jewish children, Sarah and Daniel, hidden in their basement, and help them flee to Sweden to reunite with their father, in this film about the confidence, loyalty, and courage found in even the youngest of children. Learn More ->

April 13, 2021
07:00 pm
Virtual Gordon Center

Sponsored by North Oaks
Tuesday, April 13 at 7:00pm through Thursday, April 15 at 7:00pm

This screening period coincides with Israeli Memorial and Independence Day — Yom HaZikaron and Yom Ha’Atzmaut. We hope this film can be a part of your commemoration and reflection on Israeli history.
PLEASE NOTE: Online sales close 2 hours before viewing window opens

VIRTUAL LIVE DISCUSSION via Zoom: Thursday, April 15 at 3:00pm
Please join us for a special discussion with the filmmakers.

Examining the personal stories behind the controversial Israeli transit camps that housed hundreds of thousands of new immigrants, this documentary reveals surprising new details, shattering common stereotypes in the current Israeli discourse. Learn More ->

April 15, 2021
08:00 pm
Virtual Gordon Center

Join us for this vIrtual discussion with actor TOVAH FELDSHUH in conversation with Holly Firfer on her book Lilyville: A Memoir, the story of a mother and daughter whose narrative reflects American cultural changes and the world's shifting expectations of women.

Part of our In Their Own Words: Virtual Author Series, presented in partnership with the JCC Consortium and the Book Fest in Your Living Room series.