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Prosserman JCC

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The Prosserman JCC is a non-profit organization that welcomes everyone. Feel the power of belonging, push yourself to new limits, make new friends and be drawn in by the excitement and the energy!

Our team is guided by our mission: to build and sustain a caring and vibrant community hub, welcoming to all, based on a solid foundation of Jewish values and with a strong connection to Israel.

Address: 4588 Bathurst St, North York, ON M2R 3V2
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Celebrating Dr. May Cohen

March 5, 2021

-March 8, 2021

Dr. May Cohen and her husband, Dr. Gerry Cohen, ran a successful medical practice for twenty years in the heart of Toronto’s Bathurst Manor community.

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Part 2: Making Passover Traditions Even Tastier with Jamie Geller

March 25, 2021

Jamie Geller will take us through her 4-favourite dishes to make for Passover: Matzo Balls, Creamy Celery Soup, 4-Ingredient Horseradish-Crusted Rib Roast, and Sweet Potato Tian.

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Part 1: Making Passover Traditions Even Tastier with Naomi Nachman

March 18, 2021

Naomi Nachman AKA The Aussie Gourmet will show us her famous recipes for southwest egg rolls, charoset salad and charoset-inspired capons.

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Hamantaschen Hacks: Creating Sweet & Savoury Purim Flavours with Jamie Geller

February 24, 2021

From sweet to savoury, treat yourself to Jamie’s unique take on traditional Purim-inspired baked-goods and discover delicious recipes you can create for your family.

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Canadian Premier of The Atlantic’s White Noise

March 5, 2021

-March 7, 2021

With unprecedented, exclusive access, White Noise tracks the rise of far-right nationalism and the terrifying heart of the movement.

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Great “White” North: White Noise Canadian Premier Talkback

March 7, 2021

Join the Neuberger, the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, and director Daniel Lombroso for a conversation connected to the Canadian Premier of White Noise.

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Beyond Your Bubbie’s Brunch with Jake Cohen

March 14, 2021

It’s time to get your brunch on in a whole new way with always-hungry, nice Jewish boy, Jake Cohen.

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Visual Arts – Online Programs

January 13, 2021

-March 17, 2021

Students will learn many techniques such line drawing, value and tones, shading , perspective and composition.

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The Kabbalah of The Beatles

February 11, 2021

Rock Historian, Seth Rogovoy, will explore the secret Jewish history of the Beatles with Boston University music professor Jeremy Yudkin, who grew up in North London during the height of Beatlemania.

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The Kabbalah of Bob Dylan

February 4, 2021

Seth Rogovoy will explore the Nobel Prize-winning rock poet’s profound connection to his Jewish roots in life and song with Jeremy Yudkin,

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Joan Lunden, An Honest Conversation About Aging

January 10, 2021

Joan will delve into the various phases of aging and dispel myths and reveal useful options to stave off the aging process.

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Navigating the Media: Always Consider the Source

February 17, 2021

In today’s media maze, it can be challenging to understand the reliability of the content. Media literacy, recognizing misinformation/disinformation and fake news, has become more important than ever.

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Perfect Flavors for Hanukkah with Naomi Nachman

December 2, 2020

Get inspired with cooking tips and tricks for the upcoming holiday!

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Necessary Images Launch with critic Adam Nayman

November 5, 2020

The Sarah & Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre is proud to present Necessary Images, a 12-installment film and talkback series.

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Closing Night: The Power to Transform – It’s Up to Us

November 9, 2020

HEW’s closing program will feature Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter’s personal reflections on the impact of Holocaust education and remembrance and will also include a special tribute marking the 82nd anniversary of Kristallnacht.

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Opening Night: Social Justice, Inequality and the Struggle Towards “Never Again”

November 2, 2020

What have we learnt from the Holocaust as a society that can better inform our future and point us towards a more just, equitable, and peaceful world?

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Long Way Home: Cameron Douglas Discusses Family and Redemption with Heather Reisman

December 3, 2020

A searing memoir about the rise, fall and ultimate redemption of the scion of Hollywood royalty – son of Michael Douglas, grandson of Kirk Douglas.

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The South African Jewish Experience

October 18, 2020

A photo-rich webinar about the history of Jewish life in South Africa and the immigration of Jewish South Africans to Canada.

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Breaking Through: The Story of Michael Prosserman

October 13, 2020

A discussion about the development of UNITY, a hip-hop-inspired mental health charity with global reach.

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Matti Friedman with David Bezmozgis: Inside the Mossad

October 6, 2020

Canadian-Israeli journalist, New York Times op-ed contributor and author Matti Friedman join the Virtual J to discuss his award-winning book Spies of No Country: Secret Lives at the Birth of Israel.

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The Cracks in Everything with Brant Slomovic & Sara Angel

October 7, 2020

Canadian photo-essayist Brant Slomovic examines the stories of lone soldiers through portraits and a survey of Israel’s landscape.

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Steve Madden in conversation with Jeanne Beker

October 27, 2020

This raw, intimate, and ultimately inspiring book, holds nothing back as Steve Madden shares what it took to get here and the lessons he’s learned along the way.

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Displaced Jews at the end of the Second World War

November 23, 2020

Historian David Nasaw discusses his new book, The Last Million: Europe’s Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War.

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Rosh Hashanah Recipes with Jamie Geller

September 15, 2020

Food & lifestyle expert Jamie Geller is the founder and CEO of Kosher Network International (KNi).

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Biblical Thoughts for Rosh Hashanah

September 11, 2020

Join Rabbi Ari Kahn for a musing on the start of the High Holidays.

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Book Launch of A Cry in Unison by Judy Weissenberg Cohen

September 14, 2020

A live discussion between Judy Cohen and Elin Beaumont on women’s experiences during the Holocaust, the process of memoir writing at age 90 and the challenges Judy faced as an immigrant in a new country. 

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Delicious Recipe for Sukkot and Thanksgiving with Leah Koenig

September 30, 2020

Sephardi Jews traditionally eat foods made with pumpkin and squash on Rosh Hashanah, when they hold symbolic significance.

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Chocolate Quinoa Cake with Paula Shoyer from The Kosher Baker

October 19, 2020

Paula Shoyer is the author of three cookbooks and is a freelance writer.

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The Future of Performing Arts – Theatre

August 17, 2020

As Toronto begins to re-open, leaders from performing arts organizations will discuss how they adapted their programming for the pandemic, and what they see as the future of the performing arts as we move forward into the “new normal.”

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The Food Explorer with Daniel Stone

October 29, 2020

Learn how North America transformed into the most diverse food system ever created.

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Healing Through Laughter- Israel’s Medical Clowning Program

July 30, 2020

Medical clowning provides stress relief and a more positive hospital experience for patients, families, and healthcare workers.

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The Future of Performing Arts – Music

August 24, 2020

As Toronto begins to re-open, leaders from performing arts organizations will discuss how they adapted their programming for the pandemic, and what they see as the future of the performing arts as we move forward into the “new normal.”

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Something Beautiful Happened by Yvette Manessis Corporon

September 10, 2020

Seventy years after her grandmother helped hide a Jewish family during World War II, her granddaughter tracks down their descendants.

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