KNOSHville FOOD FESTIVAL, an East Tennessee Jewish Food Festival
Held on Sunday, May 22 — 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Arnstein Jewish Community Center
Knoxville gallery features Jewish art
Posted on January 25, 2016
Generations of Knoxville’s Jews have used the Arnstein Jewish Community Center (AJCC) as a social and cultural gathering place. Since 1929, its mission has remained: To serve the spiritual, social, and educational needs of all Knoxville Jews.
Recently, the Knoxville Jewish Alliance (KJA) launched a campaign to update and improve the AJCC facility, making it more accessible to those with mobility limitations, in addition to completing some long overdue cosmetic updates.
The Schwarzbart Gallery – a permanent tribute to Judaic artisan Arnold’s Schwarzbart’s works – represents the anchor of the first phase of these updates, to be enjoyed by the entire community.
READ MORE and see some of the artwork at Celebrate Knoxville.
Knoxville’s faith communities gather for fellowship, peace, respect
December 21, 2015
They came from different faith traditions, but those who gathered Monday night at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church for a special program seemed united in a desire to respect one another. Read more at Knoxville News Sentinel article.
Hanukah at the AJCC in the NEWS
KJA's FIRST EVER Helicopter Hanukah Gelt (coins) Drop!
A giant menorah, a delicious dinner and KJA's first ever Helicopter Gelt Drop!