Community Chanukah Concert with Israeli Pop Star Sensation Micha Biton

Congregation Beth Ahabah 1121 W Franklin St, Richmond

Community Chanukah Concert with Israeli Pop Star Sensation Micha Biton Hosted by Congregation Beth Ahabah Thursday, December 14th 6:30pm (doors open at 6pm) • Learn about Mizrahi heritage and culture • Dessert intermission with freshly-made donuts (kosher-dairy) • Chanukah Candle Lighting, Israeli style! • Micha Biton in Concert TICKETS: $18 per Adult| $10 Seniors (65 +) Children (under 18) FREE (Children must be accompanied by an adult. Event is scheduled to end by 9pm.) Location: Congregation Beth Ahabah 1121 W Franklin St Richmond, VA 23220 Beth Ahabah is an ADA-accessible facility. Please note in your ticket registration if you need wheelchair seating or additional assistance of any kind. For More Information or to Register - Click Here!


Film Screening of: Letters From BRNO

Virginia Holocaust Museum (VHM) 2000 East Cary Street, Richmond

Letters from Brno Film Screening Saturday January 27th, 2024 at 6:00pm at the Virginia Holocaust Museum 2000 E. Cary Street, Richmond, VA 23235 This International Holocaust Remembrance Day join us for the free screening of Letters from Brno. Letters from Brno tells the powerful, personal story of love and sacrifice during the Holocaust. In a 45-year search for clues to her mother’s past, daughter, Karen Kruger uncovers the tragic fate of her grandparents through their letters written during the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia. Join us for the screening and Q&A with the film’s writer and producer Karen Kruger. Film Runtime: 1 hour Reservation Required This event is free, but registration is required. Click HERE to register! This program is generously sponsored by the Ipson Holocaust Education Fund, Henry and Gertrude Kupfer Holocaust Education Fund and Herbert J. and Ruth B. Rubel Holocaust Education Fund of the Richmond Jewish Foundation.