JKidLA does its very best to bring you the most current information about school, camp and cultural programming for families in Jewish LA, however, it is always a good idea to confirm dates and times with the host organizations. Please note that some programs require RSVPs while others do not. Should you need assistance with reservations, have questions or need more information, please don’t hesitate to call; we’re always happy to help.

    • Walk4FriendshipLA

    • Date: Sunday, October 21, 2018
    • Description: Sunday, October 21, 2018 Walk4FriendshipLA is an annual 2k walk that raises vital funds and community awareness for ...read moreSunday, October 21, 2018 Walk4FriendshipLA is an annual 2k walk that raises vital funds and community awareness for Friendship Circle of Los Angeles - a nonprofit organization for that brings joy, cheer and respite to children with special needs and their families. Walk4FriendshipLA begins with an inspirational opening ceremony followed by a 2k walk. Upon reaching the finish line, walkers enjoy a post-walk celebration with entertainment, activities, food and much more! Please Be Prompt We're expecting over 1,000 people so please arrive by 1:30pm so we can sign you in quickly and avoid long lines. The opening ceremony will begin at 2:45pm sharp so please leave plenty of time to park, register, and receive your t-shirts. Walk Location: Shalhevet High School, 910 S. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90048 Contact Person: Miriam Rav-Noy; Email: info@fcla.org; Phone: (310) 280-0955; Website: http://www.fcla.org/ read less
    • Contact Email: info@fcla.org
    • Contact Phone: (310) 280-0955
    • Tour de Summer Camps! Bike or Hike!

    • Date: Sunday, October 28, 2018
    • Description: The Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camps will take place on Sunday, October 28, 2018! The Jewish Federation ...read moreThe Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camps will take place on Sunday, October 28, 2018! The Jewish Federation’s Tour de Summer Camps is a community cycling and hiking event that will raise significant funds to send more of our kids to Jewish summer camp, helping them build a lifelong connection to Jewish identity and values. Cyclists and adventurers of all kinds (from beginner to expert level) will take on the challenge of a 18-mile, 36-mile, 62-mile (Metric Century), or 100-mile (Century) ride and ask friends, family, and coworkers to sponsor them in their fundraising efforts! Anyone can participate – young and old – but you must be 16 years or older to ride. If you are under 16, will be out of town or don’t ride a bike consider being a Virtual Rider or participating in the 1, 3 or 6 mile hike. The goal of Tour de Summer Camps is to provide means for every child who wants to attend Jewish summer camp to do so. All proceeds from the ride will support summer camp scholarships to give more kids that lifelong connection to Judaism that only Jewish summer camp can provide, which will in turn help us ensure the Jewish future—one of The Jewish Federation’s top priorities. At Camp Alonim on the Brandeis-Bardin Campus of the American Jewish University 1101 Pepper Tree Lane Simi Valley, CA 93064 read less