Education & Culture



The Education & Culture division is an important link between Judaism and the family. From educational and holiday programming to family entertainment, there are many opportunities for children and their families to become involved. The Federation also provides significant financial support for B’rit Yisrael Religious and Hebrew schools, and provides camperships to any Federation member whose child attends a Jewish summer camp.

In addition to these local programs, the Federation also participates in Taglit Birthright Israel which provides a FREE 10- day trip to Israel for youth age 18-26 years old. For the younger children, the Federation participates in The PJ Library, FREE Jewish books and music for children age 6 months – 8 years old.

For more information on any of these programs please visit their websites or contact us.


Feb. 12, 2020 Dedication of the Rosenwald Lyon Home - 8:30 am, Lincoln Home National historic Site.  Dedication immediately follows Painter Looking for Lincoln Lectures.


Tales of Taleki Square Film - 

Federation Film "Tales from Taleki Square" Thursday, March 5, 2020, 7 pm, at AMC Parkway Pointe Theatre (3025 Lindbergh Blvd.).  Film will be introduced by Andras Mayer, Director's Assistant.  Q & A will follow the film.

Tales of Taleki Square is a Hungarian-French participatory film about the last synagogue in Hungary that flew under the radar of both Nazis and Communists.  The Teleki Synangogue has been recently revitalized by young Budapest hipsters.  This film captures the inspiring story about the past and future of Budapest Jews.  RSVP by Monday, March 2, to or 787.7223 ext. 18.


Camperships Available - Thinking about your children attending a Jewish overnight camp?   The Federation has camperships available!  For more info, contact Nancy Sage 787.7223 ext. 12 or email