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Cultural Events

Whether you are looking to be inspired, learn more about Jewish culture or be entertained – the Katz JCC is the perfect place to attend one of our special cultural events! We are home to a nationally recognized Jewish film festival, and arts & culture festival as well as a destination for prominent Jewish literary, cultural and political personalities who engage and motivate. All of our events provide you the opportunity to socialize and expand your knowledge.

Cherry Hill Volvo Cars Jewish Film Festival

Our 13th Annual Cherry Hill Volvo Cars Jewish Film Festival is the most ideal way to share our passion for Judaic movies. The big-screen experience provides an irreplaceable pleasure and opportunity to view these films.  To learn more about the festival, click HERE.

There’s also plenty of time to enter the Jewish Youth Film Festival Contest, for those in 1st through 8th grade.  Submission deadline is Sunday, March 11, 2018.

Bank of America Festival of Arts, Books and Culture

Katz JCC Cultural Events: Gourmet Wine & DineThis prestigious week-long event was established over 25 years ago. Best-selling authors, entertainers and public figures who have appeared at our festival include: Madeline Albright, Andy Cohen, Alan Dershowitz, Ted Koppel, Daniel Silva and Elie Wiesel.

As part of our festival, we are planning on spotligthing:

Alan Zweibel, former SNL writer & author of For This We Left Egypt?

Tuesday, March 6,  7:30pm
Cost:  $10/member, $20/guest

To learn more about this eventl, click HERE.

 The Forum

An interactive and engaging night of Jewish Learning is an incredible night to celebrate Jewish teachings and life. During this night, dozens of classes will be offered by community educators, clergy, and learning enthusiasts will fill the night with a wide array of topics. Try one of the many hands on interactive classes such as Jewmba (Jewish version of Zumba), Beer and Chocolate Tasting, join a Babka cooking demonstration, or take part in an engaging discussion.

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