RoshChodesh2 webWhat is Rosh Chodesh?
Rosh Chodesh marks the beginning of every Hebrew month and has long been a time for Jewish women to gather for a wide variety of activities, from reciting traditional liturgy to sharing a meal, discussing Jewish ethics, and working for social change.

Rosh Chodesh: Behind the Scenes at the Institute of Culinary Arts
Tuesday, April 10, 6 p.m.
The Institute of Culinary Arts at 5730 N. 30th Street
Rosh Chodesh marks the beginning of every Hebrew month and has long been a time for Jewish women to gather for a wide variety of activities, from reciting tradition liturgy to sharing a meal, discussing Jewish ethics, and working for social change. As we welcome the month of Iyar at our Rosh Chodesh gathering on Tuesday, April 10, Andie Gordman and Susie Norton are hosting a night of food, fun, and friendship at Metropolitan Community College’s Institute of Culinary Arts. We will get a behind-the-scenes tour of the institute, which was named #8 in the 2016 Best Choice Schools Top 50 Culinary Schools list, and its student-run Sage Bistro. Chef Brian O’Malley, Associate Dean, will entertain us with a cooking demo and we will enjoy an appetizer buffet, desserts, and wine after the tour and demo. Join us to learn more about this top-rated facility and the team that is producing many of the up and coming chefs in Omaha. The cost is only $18 because an anonymous donor has generously subsidized the cost of this event. Please RSVP online or call 402-556-6536 by Friday, March 30.