Scottish Council of Jewish Communites
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities

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Scottish Council of Jewish Communities
Representing, connecting, and supporting Jewish people in Scotland

Forthcoming SCoJeC Events

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When & Where
Contact
Event

 

Sun 23 Nov 7pm

 

Edinburgh
EHC Community Centre

 

Fiona Frank
fiona@scojec.org
07779 206 522

 

 

Yiddish Song Concert and Klezmer Ceilidh

 

Yiddish Song Concert and Klezmer Ceilidh

   
A concert featuring the Yiddish Song Project with Stephanie Brickman and Phil Alexander, award winning Klezmer musician and Yiddish singer Michael Alpert, and other musical gems, followed by a Klezmer Ceilidh. 
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Sun 1 Dec
12.30-5pm

 

Edinburgh
EHC Community Centre

 

events@scojec.org
0141 638 6411

SCoJeC Council Meeting
and
'meet your neighbour'

   
The afternoon will begin with lunch at 12.30 followed by the formal Council meeting until 2.30.
As part of Edinburgh's "Fair Saturday", from 3.00 to 5.00 SCoJeC and Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation are inviting local older people to join us for tea and kosher cakes, and there will be a collection for local homeless charities.

 

Sun 15 Dec
time bcx

 

Central Scotland
venue tbc

 

events@scojec.org
07779 206 522

Early Chanukah Party

   
Details will be available soon!

 

Thu 16 Jan
2-5pm

 

Glasgow
Mark's Deli

 

events@scojec.org
07779 206 522

Early Burns (afternoon) supper –
and the Story of the Kosher Haggis, with Mark Cohen
  

Mark Cohen of Mark's Deli exports his kosher haggis around the world, and he’s likely to be in Texas in the week of Burns Night. So he’s agreed to host an afternoon for SCoJeC the previous week, when he’ll tell us about his adventures taking his special haggis to far-flung places, and then will serve a three course Burns (afternoon) Supper, complete with the Address to the Haggis.
This event is sponsored by BEMIS as part of their Scotland’s Winter Festivals programme and is free, though donations to cover expenses are welcome.
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