Did you know that in 2015 JCC Krakow had over 80,000 visitors? This included over 160 groups from all over United States, Canada, Israel, UK, Germany, France, Turkey, Sweden, Australia, Hungary, and the Czech Republic!
JCC Krakow offers several programs for everyone to experience Jewish life in Krakow. Join Ride For The Living, visit with your synagogue or JCC for an evening of activities, take part in an educational talk, or join Shabbat dinner.
See a list of JCC Krakow activities below on how you can get involved with the community and learn about Jewish revival in Poland.
1) 2016 Ride For The Living
Are You Looking For a Challenge And a Meaningful Jewish Experience?
Sign Up For The 2016 Ride For The Living!
Ride For The Living is a 55 mile bicycle ride that begins at Auschwitz-Birkenau and finishes at JCC Krakow. The idea behind this transformative and one-of-a-kind experience is to start from a place of remembrance and end in a place of hope - the future of the Jewish community in Krakow. This bike ride is a great way for you to have a meaningful Jewish experience and connect with the Jewish community in Krakow - a community that exists despite all odds.
The 2016 Ride will be on Friday, June 3rd with programming from the afternoon of Thursday, June 2nd through the afternoon of Sunday, June 5th. Besides the challenging, inspirational Ride itself, the weekend includes a tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Shabbat dinner with the Jewish Community of Krakow, and participation in the JDC + JCC Krakow program 7@Nite – Night of the Synagogues as well as other Ride For The Living events.
Questions? Email JCC Krakow at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) Visitor Programs for Groups
Is Your Group Planning a Trip to Poland?
Choose An Activity And Get To Know Our Community!
Is your group looking for a meaningful Jewish experience in Krakow? Join the JCC for a meeting, event, or hands-on activity with our members, staff, and volunteers!
You can choose one or more of the following programs: meeting with a survivor from the JCC Krakow community to learn about their experience during the war, talk with a student who recently found out about their Jewish roots, meeting with non-Jewish volunteers who dedicate their time to help rebuild Krakow's Jewish Community, and many more!
The JCC also offers additional programming, such as, tours, Shabbat dinner, culinary workshops, genealogical consultations, and kosher catering.
Email JCC Krakow at email@example.com to arrange your group activities.
3) Visitor Programs for Individuals
Stop By For an Educational Talk or Workshop!
Are you or someone you know coming to visit Krakow this month? If so, tell them to join JCC Krakow's new educational workshop program for visitors! They are hosting three events each month for Krakow's tourists to learn about Jewish life Poland.
This month you can learn about Jewish revival in Poland, hear the life story of one of the survivors, or take a pierogi cooking class. For more information see the brochure and don't forget to pass it along to your friends and family!
Email JCC Krakow at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for February programming.