The Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey offers “Reach for the Pomegranate,” a visit to the Tenement Museum and lunch at Reserve Cut Kosher Steak House. The March 6 trip, at 11:30 a.m., includes a docent tour of the museum. Bus service is available. Couvert is $100 per person with a minimum $1,000 gift to JFNNJ. For information, go to www.jfnnj.org/pom.
The Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey’s Women’s Philanthropy hosts a trip to see “Not That Jewish” at New World Stages in New York City. The March 16 show is at 2 p.m. Couvert is $36. For information, go to www.jfnnj.org/notthatjewish.
The Renaissance Club of Temple Beth Tikvah in Wayne plans a theater party to the Hunterdon Hills Playhouse to see “Born Yesterday,” Garson Kanin’s comedy classic, which had a long Broadway run and made Judy Holiday (real name Judith Tuvim) a star.
Join the group on Thursday, April 27. A bus will leave the shul at 10:15 a.m. It costs $55.50 for club members, and $60 for non-members, and includes bus, lunch, and the show. Email Harry Stricker at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Jewish Women International is going to see the American Ballet Theatre perform “Swan Lake” at the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center on June 14. A bus will pick up attendees at 200 Winston Drive in Cliffside Park at 10:30 a.m. Lunch is not included. For information, call Arlene at (201) 224-4105.
Tri-Boro Hadassah also sponsors a June 14 trip to a matinee performance of “Swan Lake” at the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center. For information, call (201) 384-3766.