May 20, 2021
-May 20, 2022
During these unprecedented times, the Neuberger is developing opportunities for students to continue to learn about the Holocaust in unique and innovative ways through online platforms.
December 1, 2021
-December 1, 2025
The OJA offers Elementary Level Workshops to bring the archives into your classroom, as well as University Level Workshops with a focus on information literacy workshops.
March 22, 2022
-June 1, 2022
Brush up on your Hebrew or start learning Hebrew again. Bring a friend from out of town and study with them from the comfort of home in a live, fun and intimate zoom setting.
April 27, 2022
-June 9, 2022
Build on the knowledge and skills you’ve previously acquired in Yiddish, and expand your Yid-dish conversation, reading, writing, and grammar skills.
June 9, 2022
-June 26, 2022
TJFF2022 features the best in Jewish-content film from Canada and around the world including International, Canadian and Toronto Premieres.
May 22, 2022
No less than miracles, fierce dedication, and surprising ingenuity led to the gathering, safeguarding, and ultimately making widely accessible a most precious collection of Jewish manuscripts and books.
May 5, 2022
-June 23, 2022
The eight-part class explores the foundational topics of Jewish living, including Shabbat, the year cycle, lifecycle events, synagogue, and spirituality.
May 29, 2022
A presentation on the evolution of architecture in Israel with Sharon Sitton, a successful Jerusalem-based architect and world known chef Uri Navon.
August 30, 2022
-September 5, 2022
Bringing you the world’s best Jewish music and culture, featuring concerts, dance, theatre, opera, food, crafts, family programming, lectures and more!
June 2, 2022
-June 19, 2022
Marta will use archival and current images to explore the rich and diverse histories of Riverdale, Cabbagetown and The Beach in this three-part virtual illustrated series.