The Tribe’s events are made possible, in part, by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Enjoy an afternoon of kayaking through the mangroves at Oleta River State Park with fellow Jewish young professionals, led by BG Oleta River Outdoor Center.
We will pause mid-kayaking trip for an experiential Tu B’Shevat seder at the picnic tables. (Read as fruit, nuts, olives, and a whole lotta wine!)
$36 Adv | $45 On Site (includes cost of kayaking)
Complimentary for Chai Tribesters
($6/Car Park Admission Not Included)
Meet for a brief Jewish learning experience, followed by our playing with children at the Children’s Home Society. Feel free to bring an activity, toys, or healthy snack if you like. If you choose to bring a toy/activity, please make sure it has no small parts. However, your presence is presents enough.
This month’s edition will be under the umbrella of Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM). Our guest speaker will be Natalie Davis, Executive Director of The Social Cog, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created to address a previously unmet need for independently functioning adults with developmental and learning disabilities. The Social Cog creates connections and community for the participants.
Preregistration Requested. Drop-ins Welcome.
Learn more about this volunteering and learning here.
If you feel so inclined, the Children’s Home Society residential facility has a wish list of the following items:
- Educational toys and kits
- Arts and craft kits
- New and gently used clothes
- High Chairs
- Hair appliances
- Undergarments and socks