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Rosh Hashanah

Date:
Sep 16, 2023

Post-Grad Shabbat: Dinner and Conversation

with Rabbi Nora

Designed with recent graduates in mind, this Shabbat experience led by Rabbi Nora is intended to foster connection, conversation, and community among those navigating this transitional, post-college phase.

Date:
Sep 22, 2023 • 6:30 pm ET
Admission:

$15

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Erev Yom Kippur

Date:
Sep 24, 2023

Yom Kippur

Date:
Sep 25, 2023

Listen Up: A Mindful Communication Series

Mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen leads a series designed to help build stronger relationships by developing more compassionate communication skills.

Date:
Sep 28, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$15 per session

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

If Books are Banned: Reading Between the Lines

Ahead of Banned Books Week, hear about the movement to restrict books, what’s at stake, and the effort to fight back. Panelists include PEN America Washington Managing Director Nadine Farid Johnson, author and journalist James Kirchick, and DC Public Library Executive Director Richard Reyes-Gavilan, in conversation with Laura Meckler, national education writer for The Washington Post. Following, award-winning drag queen Tara Hoot will read from a banned children’s book.

Date:
Sep 28, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

In-Person Ticket: $15
Virtual Ticket: $10 

Category:
Authors & Talks

Erev Sukkot

Date:
Sep 29, 2023

Pause and Play

This laid-back, alternative Shabbat experience offers stirring music, a collaborative feel, and intentions that strike a chord.

Date:
Sep 29, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Sukkot

Date:
Sep 30, 2023

José Andrés

In Conversation with Mehdi Hasan

The World Central Kitchen Cookbook: Feeding Humanity, Feeding Hope is a collection of recipes inspired by the many places around the world the organization has cooked following disasters, as well as inspiring narratives from the chefs and volunteers on the front lines.  

Date:
Oct 1, 2023 • 6:00 pm ET
Admission:

In-Person: SOLD OUT

Virtual:
Ticket: $12
Ticket (free) + Book with Signed Bookplate: $42 

Category:
Authors & Talks

Sukkah Open Hours

In celebration of the harvest holiday, check out our community sukkah and shake the lulav and etrog.

Date:
Oct 2, 2023 • 9:00 am ET
Category:
Holidays

It Takes a Neighborhood

During the mid-autumn festival, traditional to Chinese and other Asian cultures, gather in our sukkah to learn how local communities celebrate and hear about the history of Gallery Place/Chinatown. Artists from Chalk Riot will share how a new large-scale art installation plans to capture the diversity of our neighborhood.

Date:
Oct 3, 2023 • 6:00 pm ET
Admission:

$12

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Basically Jewish

Rabbi Nora and Rabbi Aaron lead an experiential introduction to Judaism course designed for those looking to reconnect with Judaism, as well as non-Jews looking to discover.

Date:
Oct 4, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$148

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

CANCELED: Dancin’ In the Street: A Simchat Torah Celebration

We’re shutting down I Street for our signature Simchat Torah celebration. Let loose and dance like no one’s watching as you enjoy live music, themed cocktails, and other festivities led by Sixth & I’s rabbis and musicians.

Date:
Oct 7, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Category:
20s & 30s Programming

From Dancing to Mourning

As we mourn the attacks across Israel, Rabbis Aaron and Nora will hold space to grieve and to pray for healing, for the de-escalation of violence, and for peace.

Date:
Oct 7, 2023 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Simchat Torah

Date:
Oct 8, 2023

JFK: One Day In America

Screening and Conversation

To mark the 60th anniversary of former President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, the Emmy Award-winning National Geographic franchise “One Day in America” returns with its second installment, “JFK: One Day in America.” Ahead of the series premiere in November, experience a special screening of the first episode followed by a conversation with director Ella Wright and former reporter Peggy Simpson.

Date:
Oct 9, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
Authors & Talks

Molly Baz

In Conversation with Carla Lalli Music and Andy Baraghani

In More is More: Get Loose in the Kitchen, the recipe developer and video host teaches cooks how to embrace more risk-taking, better intuition, fewer exact measurements, and a “don’t stop ‘til it tastes delicious” mentality.  

Date:
Oct 11, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

In-Person:
Ticket + Signed Book: $40

Virtual:
Ticket: $12
Ticket (free) + Signed Book: $42 

Category:
Authors & Talks

Roxane Gay

In Conversation with Juanita Tolliver

In Opinions: A Decade of Arguments, Criticism, and Minding Other People’s Business, the bestselling author and cultural critic offers a collection of her best nonfiction pieces from the past ten years, covering a wide range of topics—politics, feminism, the culture wars, civil rights, online disinformation, and more—with a new introduction reflecting on the past decade in America.

Date:
Oct 12, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

In-Person:
Ticket: $25
Ticket + Book: $35 

Virtual:
Ticket: $12
Ticket (free) + Signed Book: $37 

Category:
Authors & Talks

Open Space: Israel

Rabbi Nora facilitates an open space to process and reflect, ask questions, and express the wide spectrum of emotions you may be feeling. 

Date:
Oct 17, 2023 • 5:30 pm ET
Admission:

Free. RSVP required.

Category:
Jewish Education

Jewish Ethics: Freeing Captives 

On Saturday, October 7, Hamas terrorists, in addition to murdering over 1,200 Israelis, kidnapped over 160 hostages. While this hostage situation is unparalleled in its magnitude and brutality, this is sadly not the first time Jews have been forced to deal with the painful challenge of freeing captives. How far must we go to redeem captives? How far are we allowed to go? How do we balance the needs of the individual captives with the needs of the broader society? Explore with Rabbi Aaron the ways our ancient rabbis addressed these complicated questions. 

Date:
Oct 19, 2023 • 5:30 pm ET
Admission:

$10

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Open Space: Israel

Rabbi Aaron facilitates an open space to process and reflect, ask questions, and express the wide spectrum of emotions you may be feeling.

Date:
Oct 19, 2023 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

Free. RSVP online.

Category:
Jewish Education

Avi Avital, mandolin, and Hanzhi Wang, accordion

Hayes Series alumna and champion concert accordionist Hanzhi Wang is celebrated for her extraordinary virtuosity and captivating stage presence. GRAMMY-nominated classical mandolinist Avi Avital is best known for his interpretations of popular Baroque and folk music written for performance by other instruments.

Date:
Oct 21, 2023 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

$40

Category:
Music

Modern-Day Antisemitism 

What are we talking about when we talk about antisemitism? Discussing this topic can feel fraught and overwhelming, opening up big questions related to Jewish identity, history, and discrimination in the past and the present. With Rabbi Nora, discuss definitions and manifestations of antisemitism and explore how responses, and lack of responses, to the attack on Israel and the ensuing war connect to antisemitism. 

Date:
Oct 24, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$10

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

The Intersections of Israel and Judaism

More than 50% of the world’s Jews live outside of Israel, and 20% of Israeli citizens are not Jewish. Yet Israel and Judaism are deeply connected, in confusing and complicated ways. Together with Rabbi Aaron, explore Israel’s role in ancient Jewish history and in our 2000-year-long diasporic imagination and discuss why decoupling Israel and Judaism is so hard.

Date:
Oct 25, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$10

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Listen Up: A Mindful Communication Series

Mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen leads a series designed to help build stronger relationships by developing more compassionate communication skills.

Date:
Oct 26, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$15 per session

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Diaspora and Jewish Peoplehood

How do Jews relate to the notion of peoplehood both historically and today? This class explores relating and connecting to Jews throughout the world through the lens of the experience of Jews living in the diaspora (outside the land of Israel). With Rabbi Nora, discuss what it means to be linked to a people through time and space, especially in a time of crisis. 

Date:
Oct 30, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$10

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Santiago Cruz

Throughout his twenty year career, the four-time Latin GRAMMY nominated singer-songwriter has cemented himself in the international pop music scene.

Date:
Nov 1, 2023 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

$45 in advance
$50 day of show

Category:
Music

What It Takes: How to Talk About Israel-Palestine

It’s never been easy to talk about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but the escalation over the past few weeks has made the topic even more highly charged. Whether you’re feeling overwhelmed by the news or your social media feed, or just don’t know how to approach having these hard conversations with a partner, friend, or colleague, Rabbi Aaron offers tips to help you have more productive discussions across differences and approach this emotional topic with open-mindedness, nuance, and respect.

Date:
Nov 8, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Five Decades: Kronos Quartet

One of the most influential groups of our era, the Quartet celebrates 50 years of artistic leadership with music from their legacy initiative, 50 For the Future: The Learning Repertoire, a series of commissions by composers from around the world.

Date:
Nov 11, 2023 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

$60

Category:
Music

How Are You, Really?

A Creative Processing Space

Through meditation, writing and reflection exercises, and conversation facilitated by Rabbi Nora, take time to connect to yourself and others and process what’s been coming up for us in response to the attack on Israel and the ensuing war in Israel and Gaza. Come with your favorite art supplies, a journal, and an open mind.  

Date:
Nov 15, 2023 • 6:30 pm ET
Admission:

Free

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

An Evening of Music with Valerie June, Rachael Davis, Thao, Yasmin Williams

Influenced by a kaleidoscope of musical traditions, this powerhouse collective of women from uniquely different backgrounds, ages, and views weaves interactive conversation segments with songs in a Nashville-style round.

Date:
Nov 15, 2023 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

$39.50 in advance
$45 day of show
$164.50 meet & greet experience: SOLD OUT

Category:
Music

Rock Creek Kings, Aaron Shneyer, and Eli Waltz

DC Jewish Musicians Spotlight

Experience a showcase of Jewish musicians from DC’s vibrant local music scene.

Date:
Nov 16, 2023 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

$20 in advance
$25 day of show 

Category:
Music

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and Jon Langford: Song for Song

Two legendary artists, Will Oldham (a.k.a. Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy) and Jon Langford (of the Mekons and Waco Brothers), recreate their exclusive pandemic live-stream performance, song for song, for a live, in-person audience.

Date:
Nov 18, 2023 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

$35 in advance
$40 day of show

Category:
Music

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving. We will re-open on Monday, November 27 at 9:00 am.

Date:
Nov 23, 2023 • 8:00 am ET
Category:

What It Takes: How to Talk About Israel-Palestine

It’s never been easy to talk about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but the escalation over the past few weeks has made the topic even more highly charged. Whether you’re feeling overwhelmed by the news or your social media feed, or just don’t know how to approach having these hard conversations with a partner, friend, or colleague, Rabbi Aaron offers tips to help you have more productive discussions across differences and approach this emotional topic with open-mindedness, nuance, and respect.

Date:
Nov 27, 2023 • 6:30 pm ET
Admission:

$10

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Interfaith Couples Workshop

Rabbi Nora facilitates a guided, nonjudgmental space for Jews and their non-Jewish partners to talk, learn, and grow – together and as individuals. The workshop will address timely issues for couples like navigating the holiday season together and how to approach hard conversations around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and recent escalation.

Date:
Nov 27, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT. Sign up for our inquiry list for the next cohort.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Group Chat: What a Waste

A Jewish Take on Sustainability

In a world of fast fashion and clothing haul videos, the Jewish value of not wasting, ba’al tashchit, feels more relevant than ever. Over pizza and wine, explore with Rabbi Aaron our urge to splurge and how this ancient value can help us become more ethical consumers.

Date:
Nov 29, 2023 • 6:00 pm ET
Admission:

$18

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Swap and Shop

Refresh your wardrobe, free up some closet space, and practice sustainability at our clothing swap. Bring clothes, shoes, and accessories to trade. All sizes and genders are welcome.

Date:
Nov 29, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$5

Category:
Social

Listen Up: A Mindful Communication Series

Mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen leads a series designed to help build stronger relationships by developing more compassionate communication skills.

Date:
Nov 30, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Pause and Play

This laid-back, alternative Shabbat experience offers stirring music, a collaborative feel, and intentions that strike a chord.

Date:
Dec 1, 2023 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

Free. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Chanukah

Date:
Dec 7, 2023

JOSH THOMAS – LET’S TIDY UP

From the creator and star of the hit TV series “Please Like Me” and “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” comes a new show co-written with award-winning playwright Lally Katz.

Date:
Dec 7, 2023 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

$30

Category:
Comedy

Good Intentions: A Mindfulness Retreat

As 2023 comes to a close, take time to slow down and attend to your mind, heart, and body in a supportive, communal environment. This retreat led by Mindfulness Coach Alison Cohen weaves guided meditation drawing from Judaism and other practices, discussion using Mindfulness-Based Communication for Connection tools, and words of reflection to help deepen your practice.

Date:
Dec 10, 2023 • 10:30 am ET
Admission:

$54

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Light Up the Night: A Chanukah Party

Raise a glass to the fifth night of Chanukah with festive drinks and a latke bar from Buffalo and Bergen. Taste and vote on your favorite sufganiyot from local restaurants, light the menorah, and put your dreidel game to the test during our winner-takes-all tournament.  

Date:
Dec 11, 2023 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Shine Your Light

During Chanukah, Wall Street Journal bestselling author Randi Braun and Rabbi Nora offer a Jewish perspective on shining your light inside and outside of the workplace. Learn how to kindle the spark within to leverage your unique skills and talents, find balance to avoid flaming out, and turn your light outwards to achieve your personal and professional goals. 

Date:
Dec 13, 2023 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

$18

Category:
Holidays

Holiday Donation Drive

During Chanukah, assemble holiday care kit gift bags for residents at transitional housing shelters provided by New Endeavors by Women (NEW). NEW aims to end the cycle of homelessness by offering education, employment, and housing, and by fostering the development of life skills. 

Date:
Dec 14, 2023 • 6:00 pm ET
Admission:

$12 (proceeds underwrite the cost of care kits)

Category:
Social Justice

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Monday, December 25 through Monday, January 1 for the holidays. We will re-open Monday, January 2 at 9:00 am.

Date:
Dec 25, 2023 • 8:00 am ET
Category:

Pause and Play: A Musical Friday Night

with Rabbi Nora and Aaron Shneyer

This laid-back, alternative Shabbat experience offers stirring music, a collaborative feel, and intentions that strike a chord.

Date:
Jan 5, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Monday, January 15 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will re-open Tuesday, January 16 at 9:00 am.

Date:
Jan 15, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Category:

CANCELED – Group Chat: Jews and Booze

During Dry January, Rabbi Aaron leads a spirited discussion over mocktails on the ways alcohol is used and abused in daily life and how it’s intertwined with our social lives, offering some Jewish wisdom to help you say cheers to a healthier relationship with drinking.  

Date:
Jan 17, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Interfaith Couples Workshop

Rabbi Aaron facilitates a guided, nonjudgmental space for Jews and their non-Jewish partners to talk, learn, and grow – together and as individuals. 

Date:
Jan 22, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT. Sign up for our inquiry list for the next cohort.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming
Date:
Jan 24, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Category:

Better Nature: A Tu B’Shvat Seder and Dinner

At our Tu B’Shvat seder led by Rabbi Nora, you’ll dive into nature-inspired texts to discover connections between environmentalism and Judaism and explore the symbolism behind the fruit, nuts, and four cups of wine we enjoy on this holiday.

Date:
Jan 24, 2024 • 6:30 pm ET
Admission:

Seder and dinner (full cost): $36
Seder and dinner (subsidized cost): $18

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Sarah Jarosz: Polaroid Lovers Tour

with The Ballroom Thieves

On Polaroid Lovers, the four-time GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter reflects on past loves, childhood dreams, and past versions of herself.

Date:
Feb 1, 2024 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
Music

Do You Mind? An Intro to Meditation

If you’ve been looking to start a meditation practice or deepen an existing one in the new year, find some peace of mind with meditation teacher Alison Cohen. She introduces a variety of Jewish, Buddhist, and Jewish Buddhist meditation techniques to help you strike the right balance in your life and get into a positive headspace for a fresh start to 2024.

Date:
Feb 15, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$18

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Monday, February 19 for Presidents’ Day. We will re-open Tuesday, February 20 at 9:00 am.

Date:
Feb 19, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Category:

Grappling with Grief: Processing the War in Israel/Gaza

Rabbi Nora and Justin Yampolsky, a Master of Social Work candidate, lead this workshop to help you explore how grief is showing up in your life and how to heal through this difficult time. In a safe and nonjudgmental environment, we’ll look back at how you’ve been feeling over these past few months and discuss how to cope in the days and weeks ahead.  

Date:
Feb 21, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

DESTIN CONRAD – SUBMISSIVE TOUR

with Amaria

23-year-old Destin Conrad is a sultry R&B singer hailing from Tampa, Florida. A newcomer to the music industry, Conrad got his start on Vine, amassing over 1 million followers and fostering a collaboration and friendship with Kehlani.

Date:
Feb 22, 2024 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
Music

Group Chat: All Too Well

A Jewish Take on Self-Care

Well before wellness became a $5 trillion industry and “little treat” culture trended on TikTok, Judaism has championed the idea of self-care—just take Shabbat, for one. With Rabbi Nora, consider how we tend to our bodies, minds, and souls in this chat on the intersection of spirituality and wellness. Bring your questions and curiosity, and we’ll bring the pizza and wine (candles and crystals not included).

Date:
Feb 28, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$18

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Acts of Kindness: A Self-Compassion Series

In a world that feels like it demands perfection, mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen shares how to develop a kinder and more compassionate relationship with yourself, which in turn can improve your relationships with others.

Date:
Feb 29, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$20 per session, $80 for full series

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Pause and Play: A Musical Friday Night

This laid-back, alternative Shabbat experience offers stirring music, a collaborative feel, and intentions that strike a chord.

Date:
Mar 1, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Basically Jewish

Rabbi Nora leads an experiential introduction to Judaism course designed for those looking to reconnect with Judaism, as well as non-Jews looking to discover. This five-week course allows students to develop a deeper connection with the Jewish faith through a digestible, experiential introduction to Jewish traditions, customs, and rituals.

Date:
Mar 11, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

TISRA: Zakir Hussain, Sabir Khan, and Debopriya Chatterjee

Indian tabla legend Zakir Hussain returns to Washington Performing Arts for an exciting evening of Indian classical music also featuring Debopriya Chatterjee, bansuri, and Sabir Khan, sarangi.

Date:
Mar 20, 2024 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
Music

Purim

Date:
Mar 23, 2024

Saturday Night Believer: A Purim Disco

Break out your bell bottoms and sequins for a night of future nostalgia at our disco-inspired Purim bash. Following irreverent, guaranteed-to-offend sketches, dance the night away to live music at our after-party.

Date:
Mar 23, 2024 • 7:30 pm ET
Admission:

$20

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Group Chat: Laughing Matters

Judaism, Comedy, and Identity

From the Borscht Belt to “Seinfeld,” humor and self-deprecation have long been embedded into Judaism’s DNA. Rabbi Aaron unpacks historical examples of comedy in Jewish tradition and explores contemporary Jewish creators and what they reveal about being Jewish today. Pizza and wine on us.

Date:
Mar 25, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$18

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Interfaith Couples Workshop

Rabbi Aaron and Rabbi Nora facilitate a guided, nonjudgmental space for Jews and their non-Jewish partners to talk, learn, and grow – together and as individuals.

Date:
Mar 27, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Meditation Shabbat 

Take the essence of Shabbat – rest and relaxation – and weave it together with guided meditation, singing, and reflection to create a restorative and grounding Shabbat practice. Rabbi Nora and mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen lead this one-hour experience.  

Date:
Mar 29, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE

Category:
Shabbat Services

Pause and Play: A Musical Friday Night

This laid-back, alternative Shabbat experience offers stirring music, a collaborative feel, and intentions that strike a chord.

Date:
Apr 5, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Passover Movie Night: The Prince of Egypt

Celebrate Passover by watching the 1998 classic The Prince of Egypt on the big screen with us. Snacks and drinks provided.

Date:
Apr 18, 2024 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

$18

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Ruston Kelly

Too Chill To Kill Tour

With a lyrical sensibility that constantly shifts from candid to poetic, the South Carolina-born singer-songwriter and guitarist imbues his songs with equal parts nuanced confession and punk-rock irreverence, mining inspiration from such eclectic sources as the Carter Family, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and seminal emo act Dashboard Confessional.

Date:
Apr 21, 2024 • 8:00 pm ET
Admission:

$25 in advance
$30 day of show

Category:
Music

Erev Passover

Date:
Apr 22, 2024

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Tuesday, April 23 for Passover. We will re-open Wednesday, April 24 at 9:00 am.

Date:
Apr 23, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Category:

Passover

Date:
Apr 23, 2024

Passover

Date:
Apr 24, 2024

Passover

Date:
Apr 25, 2024

Passover

Date:
Apr 26, 2024

Passover Shabbat Dinner

Hungry for a decent meal during Passover? Enjoy a kosher-for-Passover dinner, leavening not included. Rabbi Aaron leads an informal chat around themes of uncertainty and wandering to help you connect to the holiday and meet new people. 

Date:
Apr 26, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$18

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Passover

Date:
Apr 27, 2024

Passover

Date:
Apr 28, 2024

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Monday, April 29 for Passover. We will re-open Tuesday, April 30 at 9:00 am.

Date:
Apr 29, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Category:

Passover

Date:
Apr 29, 2024

Passover

Date:
Apr 30, 2024

CANCELED – Intro to Equanimity Meditation

If you’re looking to stress less, equanimity meditation is a practice that can help you find calm and stay grounded no matter what life throws your way. In this intro class, meditation teacher Alison Cohen weaves together guided meditation, teachings, and discussion, offering practical techniques to help you cultivate equanimity and stay balanced.  

Date:
May 2, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Pause and Play: A Musical Friday Night

This laid-back, alternative Shabbat experience offers stirring music, a collaborative feel, and intentions that strike a chord.

Date:
May 3, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Basically Jewish

Rabbi Nora leads an experiential introduction to Judaism course designed for those looking to reconnect with Judaism, as well as non-Jews looking to discover. This five-week course allows students to develop a deeper connection with the Jewish faith through a digestible, experiential introduction to Jewish traditions, customs, and rituals. 

Date:
May 13, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

Space is full. Sign up for our wait list for the next cohort.

Category:
Jewish Education

Resetting the Table: Town Square on Israel

Facilitators from Resetting the Table, an organization dedicated to building productive conversation across political and religious differences, lead small-group conversations on charged issues connected to Israel and the ongoing war against Hamas in Gaza.

Date:
May 22, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
Jewish Education

Acts of Kindness: Inward Knowing Practice

In a world that feels like it demands perfection, mindfulness teacher Alison Cohen shares how to develop a kinder and more compassionate relationship with yourself, which in turn can improve your relationships with others.

Date:
May 23, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

SOLD OUT

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Monday, May 27 for Memorial Day. We will re-open Tuesday, May 28 at 9:00 am.

Date:
May 27, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Category:

Your Fat Friend Screening

And Virtual Q&A with Aubrey Gordon and Director Jeanie Finlay

Directed by Jeanie Finlay, Your Fat Friend charts the rise of writer and activist Aubrey Gordon from anonymous blogger known as “Your Fat Friend” to bestselling author and co-host of the beloved podcast “Maintenance Phase.” A virtual Q&A with Gordon and Finlay follows a screening of the film.

Date:
May 29, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$20

Category:

Erev Shavuot

Date:
Jun 11, 2024

Sinai Slam: An Alternative Shavuot Experience

During our innovative take on the holiday of Shavuot, experience a night of dairy, debate, and personal discovery.

Date:
Jun 11, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

In Person:
Wine & Cheese Pairing + Sinai Slam + Rabbi Panel (Subsidized): $36
Wine & Cheese Pairing + Sinai Slam + Rabbi Panel (Actual Cost): $54
Sinai Slam + Rabbi Panel: $10

Virtual – Sinai Slam only:
Free. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Shavuot

Date:
Jun 12, 2024

Shavuot

Date:
Jun 13, 2024

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Wednesday, June 19 for Juneteenth. We will reopen Thursday, June 20 at 9:00 am. 

Date:
Jun 19, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Category:

Juneteenth

Date:
Jun 19, 2024

What It Takes: Jewish Weddings

For those planning, officiating, or attending a Jewish wedding, Rabbi Aaron offers tips for how to make the most of the big day.

Date:
Jun 24, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

$18

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Pause and Play: A Musical Friday Night

This laid-back, alternative Shabbat experience offers stirring music, a collaborative feel, and intentions that strike a chord.

Date:
Jun 28, 2024 • 7:00 pm ET
Admission:

FREE. RSVP required.

Category:
20s & 30s Programming

Office Closed

Sixth & I is closed Monday, July 1 through Friday, July 5 for Fourth of July. We will re-open Monday, July 8 at 9:00 am.

Date:
Jul 1, 2024 • 12:00 am ET
Category:
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