More than 500 Attend LimmudFest 2019!
LimmudFest 2019 brought more than 500 people together last November at our beautiful new venue, filling the 384 Harvard Campus in Brookline with a community of eager students along their Jewish journeys. Great learning, performances and panels formed the foundation of LimmudFest 2019's exciting program. To mark LimmudBoston’s 10th anniversary and celebrate our founder Steffi Aronson Karp's devotion and accomplishments, the community came together in a gathering with uplifting music, joyous celebration, and a rabbinic panel about the landscape and future of Jewish learning.
See you at LimmudFest 2020!
What people had to say about LimmudFest 2019
"I loved the variety, especially the integration of music and movement."
"I liked that you had plenty of outside people and excellent Jewish educators."
"I really like the new location - brighter and more room for sessions."
"I enjoy the whole aspect of a day of Jewish secular and non-secular learning - one of my favorite things of the year!"
"This was the best Limmud I've ever attended!"
Hold the Date for LimmudFest 2020!
Sunday, November 15, 2020
384 Harvard Campus
Deadline for session proposals - May 15, 2020
Planning Teams are forming now!
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Adam Karp: That spark became a flame.
Carolyn Rubin, Lyn Perry (& Pam Weil, in absentia): Award presentation
LimmudFest is a happening, a volunteer-driven celebration of Jewish culture and identity. From storytelling, music and meditation to Torah and Talmud, LimmudBoston offers inspiration and education – engaging beginners and scholars alike.