Events & Programs

Arizona Jewish Historical Society
Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center
122 E. Culver Street Phoenix, AZ  85004
602-241-7870
lbell@azjhs.org



Upcoming Educational and Cultural Programs (Fall 2018)

September 5-15th: Red Rocks Music Festival at the Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center
Wednesday September 5th at 7:30pm: A Dialogue Through Music
Thursday, September 6th at 7:30pm: From Romantic to Jazz
Saturday, September 15th at 7:30pm: Sandra Shrapiro,
In My Father's Footstep - A Daughter's Search for Answers
Tickets: $
28 ($18 for AZJHS Members)   Contact  redrocksmusic@gmail.com or call 602-402-4551 to purchase AZJHS member tickets.   www.redrocksmusicfestival.com

Thurs. September 13th at 7pm: Book Discussion, The Napoleon of New York - Mayor Fiorello La Guardia by H. Paul Jeffers.   Discussion led by Roberta Rowland and Art Provost.   Free.   Please email
lbell@azjhs.org or call 602-241-7870 to RSVP.

Thurs. September 20th at 7pm: Documentary Film Screening, There Are Jews Here - Jewish Life in Small Town America.   Free.   Please email
lbell@azjhs.org or call 602-241-7870 to RSVP.

Sun. September 23rd from 11am-4pm: Hance Park Fall Harvest Festival and AZJHS Sukkot Celebration.  Free.  No RSVP needed.  At the Margaret T. Hance Park Urban Plaza.  1134 N. Central Ave; Phoenix.  Parking available at the AZJHS or Hance Park parking lots.

Sun. October 7th from 1-5pm: Exhibition Opening: Tikkun Olam 3 – Repairing the World Through Art.   
Free.  Artist presentations throughout the afternoon.  Organic hors d’ouvres provided by Maya’s Farm, Breadfruit, and 24Carrot.   No RSVP needed. 

Tues. October 9th at 7pm: Documentary Film Screening, Remember Baghdad.  Sponsored by Gerald Weiner.  Free. Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP

Thurs. October 11th at 7pm: Book Discussion, The King of the Schnorrers by Israel Zangwill.   Discussion led by Rabbi Michael Beyo, Executive Director of the East Valley JCC.  Free.  Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP. 

Sat. October 20th at 6:30pm: 2018 Heritage Award Gala Honoring Susan and Nestor Guzman.   Tickets: $200.  Held at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort (7200 N. Scottsdale Rd.) Sponsorship opportunities available.   Visit https://azjhs.org/HeritageAward.html for tickets and information.

Sun. November 4th at 3pm: Live Concert Performance by Paolo Alderighi and Stpehanie Trick:  Movie Magic.   Tickets: $25 ($20 for AZJHS Members).   Visit https://azjhs.org/Movie_Magic.html for tickets and information. 

Tues. November 13th at 7pm: Documentary Film Screening, G.I.Jews.  Sponsored by Desert Foothills Jewish Community Association.  Free.  Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP

Thurs. November 15th at 7pm: Book Discussion, TBD.  Discussion led by AZJHS Executive Director Lawrence Bell, Ph.D.  Free. Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP.

Tues.  December 11th at 7pm:  Documentary Film Screening: Dreaming of a Jewish Christmas.  Sponsored by Friends of AZJHS at Westminster Village.  Free.  Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP.

Thurs. December 13th at 7pm: Book Discussion, The Lost Letter by Jillian Cantor.  Discussion led by Jennie and Michael Kronenfeld.   Free. Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP.

Tues. January 8th at 7pm: Documentary Film Screening, After Auschwitz.   Sponsorship Opportunity Available.  Free. Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP.

Thurs. January 17th at 7pm: Book Discussion, The Gustav Sonata by Rose Tremain.  Discussion led by Nancy Siefer, Ph.D. Free. Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP

Sun. January 20th at 2pm: Exhibit Program – Tikkun Olam 3.   Tu-B’Shevat Seder.   Free.   Call 602-241-7870 or email lbell@azjhs.org to RSVP.

  

High Holiday Services at the Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center:

Rosh Hashana Begins Sunday evening, September 9th


Click on the congregation links below for more information.  Please note these services are not produced by AZJHS

Or Adam Congregation (Humanistic)

Schmooze of Arizona (Non-denominational)


*All programs are held at the Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center unless noted. 

Partial grant funding for our arts, culture, and education programs provided by the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and Arizona Commission for the Arts. 

  


 

 

 

 

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