Description: Opens Oct 7 | FREE to Members and to all on Thursdays | Includes general Museum admission | Advance timed-entry rese ...read moreOpens Oct 7 | FREE to Members and to all on Thursdays | Includes general Museum admission | Advance timed-entry reservations required
Save the date! Ticket reservations for Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds open Thursday, September 2, at 12:00 pm. New reservations open on the first Thursday of each month.
More than fifty years ago, a television show called Star Trek broke ground with its daring vision—an inclusive cast of humans and interplanetary beings cooperating to overcome challenges as they explore the cosmos. With themes of heroism, optimism, equality, and humanity, the franchise has continued to pose questions about real life on Earth as much as in its fictional future worlds.
Encompassing more than a half-century of television series, spinoffs, and films, Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds sheds light on the enduring relevance of this pop-culture phenomenon. This fully immersive exhibition will showcase Star Trek’s significant impact on culture, art, and technology through more than one hundred rare artifacts, set pieces, and props, plus state-of-the-art photo and video interactives.
Set pieces from Star Trek: The Original Series, including the navigation console.
Artifacts and props from the various Star Trek TV series and films, including an original series tricorder, communicator, and phaser; a Borg cube from the film Star Trek: First Contact; a Klingon disruptor pistol from Star Trek: The Next Generation; and tribbles from Star Trek: The Original Series.
Spock’s tunic worn by Leonard Nimoy; Lt. Uhura’s dress worn by Nichelle Nichols; Khan garments past and present, including the open-chest tunic worn by Ricardo Montalbán and the costume worn by Benedict Cumberbatch in the 2013 reboot; Captain Picard’s uniform worn by Patrick Stewart; plus, a Borg costume, the alien Gorn, and more.
Original scripts, concept art, storyboards, and production drawings.
Spaceship filming models of the USS Enterprise and USS Excelsior.
Make plans now to visit the exhibition that is sure to delight longtime fans and fans-in-the-making. read less
Description: Sunday, October 24, 2021 4:30 PM
On our Community Hub this month, we're learning and cooking together to celeb ...read moreSunday, October 24, 2021 4:30 PM
On our Community Hub this month, we're learning and cooking together to celebrate Shabbat!
Like all of our cooking workshops, we will make a delicious recipe while deepening our Jewish learning. Specifically, we'll be cooking up a delicious stuffed challah recipe perfect for family and friends--while learning about how this weekly holiday brings us the rest we need to make it through the whole year! With any CJA purchase, you gain free annual access to our CJA Community Hub & Cook-Along Workshops, where families can share their successes in the kitchen, post pictures of the food we cook together, meet and chat with new Chef friends, and ask questions of Team CJA read less
Description: One-hour time slots offered Thursday–Sunday
Welcome back to Noah’s Ark! This award-winning children's and ...read moreOne-hour time slots offered Thursday–Sunday
Welcome back to Noah’s Ark! This award-winning children's and family destination invites visitors of all generations to play, climb, build, explore, make-believe, and make friends—all while exploring an eight-thousand-square-foot wooden ark, filled to the rafters with whimsical animals and new storm clouds that will spark your senses. Share in a timeless story—and together envision a better world.
Imagine yourself immersed in a favorite childhood tale, which has parallels in cultures all over the world. Conduct a storm, help construct the Ark, and bask in the glow of a beautiful rainbow. Mingle with hundreds of fancifully handcrafted animals—from cuddly companions to life-sized puppets—all crafted from recycled materials and everyday objects, including baseball mitts, mop heads, and rearview mirrors.
After your hour aboard the Ark, experience surprise interactions and drop-in activities outdoors. Meet a puppet or two, hear a story in the amphitheater, explore outdoor pathways or create a take-home art project. read less
Description: Wednesday, November 17, ● 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM PST
Rabbi Rena Singer at Temple Sholom in Chicago, Illinois will te ...read moreWednesday, November 17, ● 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM PST
Rabbi Rena Singer at Temple Sholom in Chicago, Illinois will teach latke cooking techniques and homemade caramelized apple sauce. We will discuss the history and stories of Hanukkah-related food from around the world and enjoy cooking and eating together virtually. For this class, we recommend bringing: Latkes: 1 pound russet potatoes (roughly 3 medium russet potatoes) ½ cup shredded onion (roughly ½ a small cooking onion) ⅓ cup aquafaba (or a can of chickpeas) ½ cup flour (you can use gluten-free flour of choice) 1½ tsp baking powder ½ -1 tsp sea salt oil, for frying Caramelized Applesauce: 3 granny smith apples ½ cup of sugar Vanilla extract 1 lemon read less
Description: Musical Virtual offerings at 4:00 every Thursday in October can be found on our PJ Library in Los Angeles Facebook P ...read moreMusical Virtual offerings at 4:00 every Thursday in October can be found on our PJ Library in Los Angeles Facebook Page.
FRIDAY, October 8 — Little Free Library
PJ Library will drop off books to several Little Free Library locations in the Valley.
THURSDAY, October 14 — The Beatbuds Social-Media Takeover
All Day — Join the The Beatbuds, for an exciting day of music as they take over our
social media pages.
SUNDAY, October 17 — Playing with PJ Puppets
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm — Turn your favorite PJ Library book character into a puppet!
We'll use repurposed materials to build, play, and animate our handmade PJ
puppets. Sign up today for supply list and Zoom link to attend. For more information
contact Michael at [email protected].
THURSDAY, October 21— Mostly Kosher Social-Media Takeover
All Day — One of LA’s most popular Klezmer music bands, Mostly Kosher, are
taking over our social media for the day. Get your dancing shoes ready for a fun,
FRIDAY, October 22 — Little Free Library
PJ Library will drop off books to several Little Free Library locations in the City.
THURSDAY, October 28 — Jason Mesches Social Media Takeover
All Day — One of our favorite LA songleaders, Jason Mesches, will take over our
social media for the day. Get ready for lots of fun singing and dancing with Jason. read less
Description: What is Truvie?
Truvie is fun, hands-on, online Jewish learning that lets kids learn what they want, when they want ...read moreWhat is Truvie?
Truvie is fun, hands-on, online Jewish learning that lets kids learn what they want, when they want, how they want. You can design your own Jewish learning adventure by choosing from an array of classes taught by some of the best Jewish educators from around the globe.
Truvie is an online platform that enhances and complements Jewish education for children across the globe. Truvie classes are live, usually meet once a week for about 3 weeks, and last about 45-75 minutes.
Who is Truvie for?
We welcome learners who identify as Jewish from a variety of backgrounds, beliefs, and locations. Not sure if that applies to you?
You can claim Jewish identity if: your relatives are Jewish – a parent or two – or if you are considering joining the Jewish faith. In general, Jewish faith is founded on the Torah, The 5 Books of Moses, and the generations of life and commentary that followed. If your primary interest is not Judaism, Truvie might not be the right fit for you – our teachers experts in Jewish learning.
Who teaches on Truvie?
Truvie teachers are some of the best Jewish educators from around the world. They have deep Jewish content knowledge and are experts in storytelling, drama, art, or video editing. They are passionate about creating fun, hands-on Jewish learning experiences.
How do I get started?
Find a class that sparks your curiosity.
Create your custom Truvie profile.
Begin your Jewish learning adventure.
How much does Truvie cost?
During the introductory period, all classes are $12 per class session.
Is financial assistance available?
Yes! We believe in Jewish education for all people who want to learn, and we know that it’s not always economically feasible. If you need scholarship help, please let us know by clicking here.
Is Truvie safe?
All our teachers are vetted by The Jewish Education Project and background checked. read less