As we near the end of Hanukkah, it's a wonderful time to revisit the many miracles that came from Hadassah's hospitals this year. Listen to and take joy in these highlights from our Hadassah On Call podcast compiled especially for Hanukkah by host Benyamin Cohen. Eight miraculous stories you can listen to right now or whenever you need a hopeful pick-me-up.
Visit hadassah.org and our Facebook page regularly for updates and to feel good about the work we're doing in Israel, the US and around the world. And join our upcoming online programs for more ways to connect and engage.
Fascinating look at fitness: Join us for Get In Shape, Ladies: The History and Evolution of Home Exercise for Women. We are all looking for ways to stay active and healthy at home and Natalia Petrzela, an expert on the cultural history of exercise and licensed fitness instructor, looks at how the teachers, tools and conventions involving at-home fitness for women have shifted over time — from Jack LaLanne to Jane Fonda, from Chippendales dancer VHS tapes to Peloton bikes. Wednesday, January 13, 7 pm ET.
Share the light of understanding: If you faced challenges building your family, share your story to help others face their own. This Hanukkah, share your family-building story or interview someone in your life with a story to tell. Hadassah.org/FamilyBuilding.
Meet an Israeli leader: Join us when Access Israel: Hadassah’s monthly online Zionist series presents a not to be missed Conversation with Israeli Leader, Ruth Calderon, a dynamic advocate to revive Hebrew culture and a pluralistic Israeli and Jewish identity. Hadassah members: $18. Non-members: $25. Thursday, January 14, 1 pm ET.
Upcoming Hadassah Magazine discussion: Join Jean Chatzky, longtime financial editor of NBC's Today show and creator of the digital media company HerMoney.com, in conversation with Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein for How COVID Is Hitting Women's Pocketbooks. Chatzky, an influential voice in promoting personal financial literacy among women, will discuss the effects COVID has had — and will continue to have — on the livelihoods and financial security of women. Hadassah members: $18. Non-members: $25. Tuesday, January 19, 7 pm ET.
Cooking with Hadassah Magazine: A hearty winter classic à la Rachael Ray deliciously reimagined for the kosher kitchen: chicken leg quarters stuffed with lemon, garlic and herb mashed potatoes.
In case you missed it
Hebrew@Hadassah: 2020 classes will continue using previous links. For 2021, all students, current and new, must register for the 2021 weekly series. The cost is $36 for members and Associates for the entire 2021 weekly series. Email questions to EducationandAdvocacy@hadassah.org.
Resilience & Relaxation with Rebecca: Please note that there will be no sessions on December 22 and 29. Sessions will resume for 2021 on January 5. Everyone interested should register now for January sessions. Tuesdays at 4 pm ET.
NOTE: Many online events will ask for your Hadassah ID number to register.