About 30 JCCNNJ Arts & Culture supporters gathered at the Office Tavern Grill in Ridgewood on October 21 for a “mingle before the movie.” It preceded Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey’s screening of the Israeli film “Fractures” at the Bow Tie Cinema in Ridgewood. There was food, wine, and conversation before walking to the theater. Ophir Ariel, an Israeli-born NYC-based filmmaker, actor, and comedian joined the group to talk about trends in Israeli films.
Creating connections among community members is paramount to JCCNNJ’s mission. Offering experiences in local restaurants allows community members to be together in a fun and easy manner. JFNNJ and the Council of Jewish Emigre Organizations partnered in the event.
For more information on upcoming events, go to www.jccnnj.org.