The Top 10 Jew-ish Events In NYC This Weekend (Aug 11-13)

Camp Tribe ($420 and up)

Does the new sequel of “Wet Hot American Summer” have you feeling nostalgic? Relive your glory days and toast to the future (on bug juice, of course) at this weekend getaway geared towards adults in their mid 20s to mid 40s.

Anbessa Orchestra ($10 suggested donation)

Chill out with tunes from this seven-piece Israeli-American bad, which draws inspiration from classic Ethiopian music.



Friday Night Lights (Free)

What better way to usher in Shabbat than with singing, food, beers and conversation? Geared towards younger adults aged 20s-30s.




Sara Berman’s Closet ($25, $17 Senior, $12 Student)

In this exhibit, you’ll see a recreation of the meticulously-kept closet of Sara Berman (1920-2004), an immigrant who traveled from Belarus to Palestine before eventually landing in New York.

All day

Planetarium ($13)

Everyone’s favorite Jewess, Natalie Portman, stars in a new drama set in 1930s Paris about two sisters believed to have the ability to connect with ghosts.

All day


War Paint (Prices vary)

Two-time Tony Award- winning legends Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole star in a Broadway extravaganza that depicts the lives of beauty moguls Helena Rubenstein and Elizabeth Arden.

2:00PM and 8:00PM


Jewish Food Tour of New York ($35-50)

Get your nosh on and explore the wonders of the Lower East Side past and present. All food is included.

12:00 PM-3:00 PM


Fill the Void ($20)

Join the Sisterhood of Bay Ridge Jewish Center for a movie and a bite.



Menashe ($13)

This film  about the bonds between father and son gives a rare perspective into the inner workings of traditional Hassidic Brooklyn life.

All day


Amerikike- The Golden Land ($35-60)

A musical journey that tells the story of those who helped shape the land of the free.

2:00 PM and 6:00 PM

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