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Tabard Theatre Presents "The Immigrant"
29 North San Pedro Street, San Jose
November 7-22, 2014

2014 Tabard Theatre Company in downtown San Jose presents its upcoming production of The Immigrant, a play that tells the true story of a Texas couple whose world is changed when they meet a young Jewish immigrant from Russia.  Tabard will donate a portion of their concessions sales to JFS. 

Subtitled “A Hamilton, County Album” and inspired by his grandmother’s photo album, Mark Harelik looks at his grandparents’ experience as Russian Jewish émigrés to Hamilton Texas, in 1909 through 1971, when their legacy included a large family and a prosperous family business. Directed by Cathy Spielberger Cassetta
(click on link to buy tickets)

Learn More About JFS SV HomeCare Services

November 5, 2014
JFS SV Classroom
Levy Family Campus
14855 Oka Road, Suite 202

RSVP to or call (408)556-0600

Please see Flyer

Ongoing Meetings

Immigration Law Clinic

Jewish Family Services and the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association, Silicon Valley Chapter (AILA) launched a pro bono immigration law clinic in 2013 to serve the needs of immigrants in the South Bay.

Sessions at the Immigration Law Clinic are scheduled for 5:00-8:00pm throughout the year. These sessions are free of charge and are held at JFS.

2014 Dates

November 6

To schedule an appointment to meet with an attorney, please contact

Zoya Lazer                                 Azita Eshagh
(408) 357-7452                         (408) 357-7457


A Place to Begin: Workshops for Seniors

The last Thursday of the month
2:30 pm
JFS office
Registration is required.

Please contact:

Avital Agam
(408) 357-7450

More information about services for seniors here.