Noteworthy News from the Calgary Jewish Federation Family
July 12, 2019 |
Tamuz 9, 5779
On July 5, guests enjoyed latkes, live music, and 'beermosas' at the annual
Suds and Spuds StampedeBreakfast hosted by
Calgary Jewish Federation,
CJPAC. Attendees included elected officials, business representatives, Calgary community leaders, and more. This event was one of Federation's
community relations initiatives, and is one of the many ways that Jewish Calgary is building bridges and strengthening outreach to the broader community.
Contact Ilana Krygier Lapides to learn more.
On Sunday, July 28, join
JACFit on a hike at Ptarmigan Cirque,
Kananaskis.Get back to the great outdoors with this moderately-rated 5k loop. Take in the beautiful views while working off the Stampede treats! Carpooling is available. JAC engages young professionals and families in Jewish culture, social life, leadership development, and education.
Contact Danielle Braitman for more information.
On July 7, HOJMI hosted a community-wide free Stampede breakfast in collaboration with Calgary JCC. Guests were treated to a live Klezmer band and a delicious kosher meal of eggs, hashbrowns, and pancakes. Kids especially enjoyed playing in the bouncy castle and taking part in pony rides. Kol hakavod to HOJMI, the JCCand the many volunteers who made this event a success.