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Karina Zilberman

92nd Street Y

Karina Zilberman is the Director of Jewish Family Life and Culture at the 92nd Street Y. An Argentinean born performer, educator and cantorial soloist, Karina creates and leads the 92Y Shababa Community. Through her inclusive and creative multigenerational programs, she engages all generations in interactive, joyful, and spiritual experiences.

Kabbalat Shababa with Karina

A Creative Family Experience to Welcome Shabbat!

Children & Families, Shabbat

This is not a typical tot Shabbat! 92Y Kabbalat Shababa with Karina is an intergenerational Shabbat experience where everyone shares in the joy of welcoming Shabbat through prayers, songs, and guitar. Come and be moved by the unique energy that only occurs when families connect to each other through Shabbat. We welcome families with children 0–8 years old.

Boker Tov Shababa with Karina

92Y Shababa Saturday Morning Service

Children & Families, Shabbat

This is not a typical Tot Shabbat! 92Y Boker Tov Shababa with Karina is an intergenerational Shabbat experience where everyone shares in the joy of celebrating Shabbat through prayers, songs, and guitar. Come and be moved by the unique energy that occurs only when families connect to each other through Shabbat. We welcome families with children 0–8 years old.

Creating a Community of Young Families

What Makes a Family Experience?

Ritual, Prayer & Spirituality, Shabbat

This is a workshop to discuss and learn how to create a community of families with young children in the 21st Century. Join us for a conversation about spirituality and the young child, and about how to connect through music, prayer, and art in order to create meaningful intergenerational experiences. Parents, educators, artists and community leaders are welcome.

Finding Meaning in Shabbat

A Panel Discussion

Dasee Berkowitz, David Ingber, Marc Katz, Malya Kurzweil Levin, DovBer Pinson, Karina Zilberman

Ritual, Prayer & Spirituality, Shabbat

As Shabbat begins, so does an exploration of its significance. The diverse observances throughout the Jewish community are a reflection of individuals’ varied meanings of Shabbat. How, as a community, do we respect each others’ Shabbat observances while at the same time exploring a renewed, deeper meaning in our own practices? To explore this and other questions, the panelists will share the rituals and ideas that are most important to them in their observance of Shabbat.

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