The Center for Jewish Life is delighted to welcome David “Dudu” Cohen to Omaha through Partnership2GETHER. David, a producer and performer in musical theater, also teaches rhythmic lessons, world music, drama and music therapy in medical, rehabilitative and educational organizations. During the past two years he has also been working with IsraAid, serving as an expressive therapist teaching social workers and teachers in Sudan and Kenya.
David will be performing on Sunday, May 11 at the JCC and Monday, May 12 at Friedel Jewish Academy.
Hebrew Drum Circle
Sunday, May 11, 5 p.m., JCC Auditorium
A special program – done EXCLUSIVELY IN HEBREW – will feature a pizza and salad dinner followed by a drum circle. There is no charge, however, reservations are needed to assure sufficient food is available.
A kid friendly pasta dinner followed by an interactive musical evening with “Dudu” – guaranteed to get everyone up and moving. Especially geared for children eight years and younger, but older siblings and grandparents are welcome. The cost is $10 per family.
Reservations are required for both events. Contact Mark Kirchhoff by May 9, 402-334-6463 or email@example.com, to RSVP.
The Center for Jewish Life is an agency of the Jewish Federation of Omaha whose mission it is to maximize involvement of Omaha’s Jewish Community in imaginative, compelling and meaningful Jewish experiences.
Partnership2Gether is a program of the Center for Jewish Life that promotes people-to-people relationships between Israel and communities throughout the world.
PJ Library is a program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, made possible through philanthropists and local Jewish organizations, that offers free Jewish books and music to over 100,000 children in 175 different communities.