Cheers to Hanukkah – A Hanukkah cocktail making workshop
Join us for an exciting in-person event at the Osher Marin JCC! Learn how to measure, mix and shake delicious Hanukkah-themed cocktails with our expert mixologist and spititual leader, Maggid Jhos Singer. Whether you’re a cocktail connoisseur or looking for a fun new way to celebrate Hanukkah, this workshop is for you. We will craft our own cocktails while Maggid Singer weaves in some of the lesser known tales associatated with story of Hanukkah’s themes of darkness and light. Grab your friends and let’s raise a glass to Hanukkah together! Don’t miss out on this festive and tasty event. Reserve your spot now!
For our families, we will have a festive and kid-friendly Hanukkah program filled with exciting activities, including dreidel games, menorah crafting, and delicious latke tasting. This event is perfect for families looking to celebrate the Festival of Lights together, as children learn about the rich traditions of Hanukkah in a fun and interactive environment. Don’t miss out on this memorable holiday experience that will create lasting memories for your little ones.
- This event is open to all!
- Heavy snacks will be served, dinner for the kids
- The adult program will be separate from the children’s program, we will all be lighting candles together at the end
- There will be a mocktail option, or mason jar (cocktail to go version)
If cost is prohibative, please conatact us at LSchiff@marinjcc.org
Our Mixologist, Maggid Jhos Singer:
Maggid Jhos Singer is a Jewish educator at the JCC of San Francisco, where he founded QueerCore Talmud, A Svara-method, queer normative Beit Midrash (place of study). He was ordained as a Maggid—a Jewish teacher, preacher, lifecycle ritualist, bartender, scholar, and pastor—in 2002. Since few folks are familiar with the title he decided to get a credential that more folks would understand, and so also holds an MA in Jewish studies from the Graduate Theological Union, where he wrestled his love of food, wine, Jewish ritual and identity into his thesis on one of the unique aspects of American Jewish culture—Manischewitz: Judaism in a Bottle. He and his wife, Julie Batz, are the past congregational leaders of The Coastside Jewish Community and Chochmat HaLev. His teachings can be found in Torah Queeries, Balancing on the Mehitza , Hot Off The Shtender, GTU, and ELItalks.