Hazon Educational Library: Shabbat and Holidays
What is Jewish About Cheese? Cheese and butter making workshop
by Emily Glick
Hazon - Teva
This workshop explores the history of dairy in the context of Judaism and Jewish tradition. It teaches participants how to easily make their own cheese and butter (they will leave the session being able to try both), while touching upon the modern-day dairy industry and its relation to Kashrut.
Category: Food & Climate, Food Systems & Food Justice, Jewish Agricultural Traditions, Shabbat and Holidays
Natural Sofer: Torah Art Explorah
by Emily Blustein
Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
This program is an exploration into the Jewish tradition of Torah making. Through learning the traditional process of a sofer, the participants will get a hands-on painting/calligraphy activity.
Category: Crafting + DIY, Nature Exploration, Shabbat and Holidays
Tags: craft project, parchment, torah
Age(s): Adults, B'nai Mitzvah, Early Childhood, Elementary, Families, Teens, Young Adults
Bring the Light In: Make your own Chanukah Candles
by Hannah Slipakoff
Jewish Farm School
This program is a hands-on workshop focused on cultivating joyful connections between participants while upholding sentiments of empowerment and spiritual reflection. Emphasizing sustainability, self-care, and political resistance, participants will have the opportunity to share holiday memories, learn about chanukah and other earth-based Jewish winter rituals, and create their very own set of hanukkah candles.
Category: Crafting + DIY, Ritual-Making, Shabbat and Holidays
Age(s): Adults, B'nai Mitzvah, Families, Teens, Young Adult