We warmly welcome families of all backgrounds and beliefs to joyfully participate in our Jewish holiday programs. No matter where you are on your Jewish journey, we’ll help you connect to holiday traditions in ways that feel authentic and meaningful for you.

From stories to crafts to concerts, my kids love celebrating holidays with the JCC and connecting with other families.

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April 24
Don't pass over this opportunity to decorate your own special afikomen cover and Passover plague stick puppets at this special edition of our weekly...
May 8

Happy birthday to Israel! Celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut - 71 years of Israel's independence. We'll enjoy cupcakes, sing happy birthday, and make our...

May 11

Dreaming of summer? Gather together for a Havdalah (end of Shabbat) pizza dinner, and capture the ocean, a starry sky, the beach and more in a...

May 31

Join us for a special edition of our weekly Shabbat playgroup where we will celebrate the beginning of summer! Enjoy bubbles, a summery sensory...

More Holiday Activities

Mini Apple Pies

The kids can help bake this delicious and quick holiday recipe.

Challah Cover

This special family project makes a beautiful centerpiece.

Honey Bee Craft

Try this easy and fun holiday-themed craft.

Tu B'Shevat

Celebrate Tu B'Shevat, the Jewish Birthday of the Trees with recipes, crafts, books and more.

Rosh Hashanah

L'Shana Tova! Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with these helpful, fun and tasty resources.


Experience Shabbat your way with resources, crafts, recipes, blessings and more to help you incorporate Shabbat into your family life in ways that feel authentic, relevant and meaningful.

Additional Resources

mother and son reading

PJ Library®

FREE Jewish-themed books and music for kids 6 months through 8 years

teacher reading to students

Early Learning Centers

Nationally recognized Jewish early education and childcare for infants to 5 years

boy and girl on paddleboat

JCC Greater Boston Camps

Day, overnight and specialized camps in a nurturing Jewish environment