Passover Lunch & April Birthday Celebration

Wednesday, April 10th
Noon-1:00 PM

Please join us on Wednesday, April 10th as we indulge in a Chametz lunch, consisting of our favorite foods that we do not consume during Passover! There will be a variety of pasta and bread, plus tasty desserts on our lunch menu!

We will also be celebrating our April birthdays, so if it is your birthday month... Come celebrate for free and be our honored guest!

The South Bend Symphony Orchestra's Wind Quartet will be offering a free concert during this lunch! For those community members who have dined with us during past concerts, you know what a enriching and beautiful experience we have in store for everyone.

Please RSVP to the Jewish Federation  ASAP  to 574-233-1164 or .

Please join us again, as well as all new-comers.
Chag Kasher v'Sameach!

An evening remembering James Foley:
Journalism & Social Justice

Monday, April 8th
6:00-7:30 PM
University of Notre Dame
Eck Visitors Center Auditorium
We invite you to the Eck Visitors Center Auditorium for an engaging discussion between special guests Diane M. Foley, President of the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation, and Itai Anghel, Israeli news correspondent and documentary filmmaker, about journalism in the midst of armed conflict.

Seating is limited. Interested attendees are encouraged to register, if you have not already done so, by clicking here .

For more information, please contact Bob Feferman at 574-233-1164 , or .

Sunday, April 13th
1-4:00 PM
Saint Mary’s College

You are invited to Luna Fest , to accomplish three great things at once: provide scholarships to promote female film makers, benefit St. Margaret's House, and support Girls on the Run .

When you buy your ticket for the second annual Luna Fest Michiana 2019, you purchase access to 8 short films written, directed and produced by women, for women and about women. Come and bring a friend at Saint Mary’s College, Carroll Auditorium in Madeleva Hall. You will be entertained and moved by stories about coming of age, parenting angst, an immigration story and decisions that come with aging that are followed by facilitated small-group discussions.

Tickets are $10 for students, $20 General ($15 and $25 at the door the day of the event). Tickets can be picked up in advance at the Box Office, or on the day of the event in Madeleva Hall near Carroll Auditorium.

Purchase tickets online! ($2 processing fee) at:

First-time buyers must create an account,
or call St. Mary’s Moreau Center, for the Arts Box Office (574) 284-4626 (no fee).

Questions? Contact Donna Barton Ayres at (574) 855-3121 .

Art, Essay and Poetry Contest Winner Announcements

Sunday, April 14
3:00 PM
Temple Beth-El
305 W Madison St, South Bend, IN 46601
Join us at Temple, as the winners of the Kurt and Tessye Simon Fund for Holocaust Remembrance’s Art, Essay and Poetry Contest are announced.

The artwork will be up for the week, preceding the event. Come see how our local youth portray what they have learned about the Holocaust.

For questions, please contact .