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Jewish in Ithaca

 

IAUJC supports, promotes and cooperates with other local organizations and institutions. Here is our interactive Guide to Jewish Ithaca. IAUJC itself does not have a physical site. Contact us via email at info@iaujc.org or write to us at PO Box 4124, Ithaca, NY, 14852.

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104 West!
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104 West! Cornell Kosher Dining

Cornell kosher dining is open to all students as well as to community members and visitors.

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B'Yachad Ithaca Jewish Pre-School
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B'Yachad Ithaca Jewish Pre-School

B'Yachad Ithaca Jewish Preschool is a warm, community preschool, open to all Jewish children aged 2 - 4 (turning 5 during the school year...

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BJs
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BJs Wholesale Club

 BJ’s in Ithaca carries a large variety of kosher products.

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Center for Jewish Living
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Center for Jewish Living

The Orthodox Synagogue at Cornell University aims to provide year-round, traditional services for the Jewish community of Cornell and...

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Congregation Tikkun V'Or

Congregation Tikkun v’Or (Ithaca Reform Temple) is a vibrant congregation that strives for a warm personal bond among its members, quality...

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Cornell University Hillel
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Cornell University Hillel

Also known as the Yudowitz Center for Jewish Campus Life, Hillel's mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate...

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Cornell University Klezmer Ensemble
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Cornell University Klezmer Ensemble

The Cornell University Klezmer Ensemble is a student organization at Cornell University dedicated to playing and preserving the tradition...

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Goldsworthy Holocaust Memorial
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Goldsworthy Holocaust Memorial

The Goldsworthy Holocaust Memorial in the F.R. Newman Arboretum at the Cornell Plantations was created in 2004 by Andy Goldsworthy, a then...

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IC Hillel Outing
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Hillel at Ithaca College

Hillel offers Ithaca College students students numerous opportunities for leadership development, student meetings, cultural programs,...

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Flag of Israel
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Israeli Student Association of Cornell

The purpose of the organization is to welcome Israelis to the Ithaca community and help them get settled.

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IAUJC Event
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Ithaca Area United Jewish Community

The Ithaca Area United Jewish Community (IAUJC) is an advocate for local Jewish organizations, as well as for the needs of Jews in Israel...

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ICUCME
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Ithaca Coalition for Unity and Cooperation in the Middle East

Ithaca Coalition for Unity and Cooperation in the Middle East (ICU-CME) is a grass-roots anti-racist community organization working to...

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IC Terrace Dining Hall
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Ithaca College Kosher Dining

Ithaca College Terrace Dining Hall features the Kosher Kitchen. The Kosher Kitchen is a dining option with any student meal plan.

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Jewish Studies at Cornell
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Jewish Studies at Cornell

Cornell's Jewish Studies Program is broadly based and interdisciplinary, bringing together faculty from various Cornell departments and...

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Ithaca College
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Jewish Studies at Ithaca College

The Jewish Studies program at Ithaca College offers courses in Jewish Studies, a minor for interested students, and events that are open...

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kabbalah
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Kabbalah Study Group

We are a gathering of individuals who meet to study Jewish Kabbalistic teachings and practice, in English.

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Kol Haverim
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Kol Haverim

Kol Haverim is a secular Jewish community welcoming those who desire non-theistic ways to celebrate their identity, culture, and heritage...

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PJ Library Free Jewish Bedtime Stories
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PJ Library Free Jewish Bedtime Stories

The IAUJC has brought a wonderful free subscription program to the Ithaca area.

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Southern Cayuga Anne Frank Tree Project
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Southern Cayuga Anne Frank Tree

The Southern Cayuga School District, in Aurora, was one of 11 sites nationwide selected by the Anne Frank Center USA to receive a sapling...

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Celebrating Genesis at Temple Beth El
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Temple Beth-El

TEMPLE BETH-EL is a liberal synagogue founded in 1924, and is affiliated with The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.  We serve a...

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The Reporter
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The Reporter

Where do you go to find out what’s going on in our local Jewish community, in the national or international Jewish community?

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Rabbi and Chana Silberstein, Rabbi and Miri Birk
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The Roitman Chabad Center at Cornell

Chabad House of Ithaca is part of a world-wide network of Chabad Houses, serving the needs of the Ithaca community, including both town...

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Wegmans Supermarket
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Wegmans Supermarket

Aside from being a wonderful supermarket, Wegmans is a meeting spot for many Ithaca communities, including the Jewish community.

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