The Munch Around Chinatown and
North Beach Scavenger Hunt!
Come have fun with JFS and treat your taste buds to an exotic adventure!
Sunday, September 14, 2014, 2-5 PM
Chinatown and North Beach, San Francisco
$75 (includes $50 tax deductible donation to Jewish Family Services)
Click here for registration form
Purchase tickets securely online here
Discover the gourmet delights of Chinatown and North Beach. This hunt features the opportunity to taste various foods throughout the neighborhood while you tackle tricky, humorous questions about the places you visit. Highlights include…
• A raspberry sorbet that will ruin you for any other sorbet
• Mooncakes that sent President Clinton to the moon
• Ferrero Rocher–flavored gelato
• Fabulous foccacia in all its forms, including as pizza crust
• Ovali to ogle—a puff pastry filled with raspberry and cream or custard
• A Princess Cake that’s a royal treat
• Spicy cayenne-tequila truffles, rated OMG!
…and many more treats. You get to decide what treats to eat: The price does not include food purchases, because we want you to have a wide range of options to suit your taste, your budget, and your diet. We’ll point you toward our favorites, but the ultimate choice is between you and your tummy.
Register with a team (or we’ll find one for you). Teams will need to bring a digital camera. The hunt takes two and a half hours, so there’s plenty of time for munch stops.
Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley and NAMI Santa Clara County Present
In Our Own Voice:
A Free Presentation by People Living with Mental Illness
October 22, 2014, 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Levy Family Campus Adult Lounge
In Our Own Voice unmasks mental illness, using speaker stories to illustrate the individual realities of living with mental illness. Attendees will gain a better understanding of what it is like to live with mental illness and stay in recovery.
This 60 to 90 minute long presentation is open to the general public and free of charge. There will be opportunities to ask questions in a safe and friendly environment. If there is sufficient interest, we will begin a JFS based support group.
For more information and to RSVP for the program contact
Jodi Capitola-Duran, JFS Director of Social Services
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.
To schedule an appointment to meet with an attorney, please contact
Zoya Lazer Azita Eshagh
(408) 357-7452 (408) 357-7457
Jewish Recovery Program
Available For Anyone Experiencing An Addiction Issue
|Where||1475 South Bascom, Suite 201, San jose|
|When||Monday evenings, 7:30 PM|
|Why||Group meeting/discussion including D’Var Torah|
|Who||Anyone interested in addressing addiction issues|
Dr. Berdeen Coven for additional information
A Place to Begin: Workshops for Seniors
The last Thursday of the month
2: 30 pm
Registration is required.
More information about services for seniors here.