For the love of a good miracle, on the fourth night of Chanukah, raise a glass to making it through another pandemic year, feast on festive treats, and put your dreidel game to the test during our winner-takes-all tournament. If your post-pandemic conversational skills are a little rusty, prompts from Rabbi Aaron and Rabbi Nora will help you skip the small talk and connect with other Sixth & I’ers—and the holiday itself—in a deeper and more meaningful way.
Leading up to the launch of a new programming series for women in their 20s and 30s, Rabbi Nora facilitates an evening of conversation, contemplation, connection, and community-building. This is an open space to share, listen, learn, and offer input on the topics you’d most like to explore during future events.
A Purim Party
If you’ve missed live music as much as we have, come celebrate Purim with our reimagined take on a music festival. Following our politically incorrect, guaranteed-to-offend spiel, sing your heart out and dance to cover songs performed by Sixth & I’s musicians.
Grab a drink and meet other Jewish journalists and media professionals. Rabbi Aaron offers conversation starters and shares the inside scoop on connections between Judaism and journalism.
Did you graduate college in 2020 or 2021 but didn’t get to throw your cap in the air because of the pandemic? Meet recent grads living in the DC area for a night of connection and belated celebration. With Rabbi Nora, explore what Judaism has to say about closing one chapter and beginning another as we (finally) toast you in person!
Location: Wunder Garten
From sports and pop culture to geography and politics, we’ll test your knowledge at Wunder Garten in the heart of NOMA. Grab friends and form a team, or come solo and meet new people at our mix and match table.
Over five weeks, engage with a small group of your peers in meaningful, salon-style conversations that help us explore our relationship to ourselves, each other, and the moment we’re living in. Facilitated by Sixth & I’er Nick Anderson, the discussions—grounded in Jewish text—take on everything from friendship to conflict to decision-making.