Join us for a unique experience of engaging, hands-on learning in a community that celebrates Jewish diversity.  

Saturday evening Jan 13th - Sunday Jan 14th, 2018 

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What is Limmud Seattle?

Limmud is a celebration of Jewish culture, creativity and learning like no other. It is based on the idea that everyone should be a student and anyone can be a teacher.



At Limmud you'll find an amazing mix of subjects and experiences: hands-on workshops, performances, panels, discussions, text study and more. Choose from multiple sessions every hour run by educators, artists, academics, performers, experts and enthusiasts. 

 Art * Music * Food * Social Action * Environment * Hands-on * Philosophy * History * Much more...

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Searching for your way to plug into the Jewish community?

Limmud Seattle is a great place to meet people, expand horizons and make an impact!



Faces of Limmud Seattle

Deb Arnold
Deb, Co-Chair
"Little did I know that launching Limmud in Seattle would, in and of itself, be powerful, exciting and meaningful beyond my wildest dreams.”
Ron DeChene
Ron, Board Secretary
"I have been thrilled to be a part of Limmuds across North America and the UK."
Margot, Marketing Team Lead
"I’m excited to bring a program to Seattle that will bring Jews together from throughout the Puget Sound region."
Tamar, Volunteer Engagement
"I’m involved in Limmud Seattle because I love Jewish learning and community."
Danyel, Tech Team Lead
"I joined Limmud because I’m always on the hunt for great Jewish education."
Karen, Steering Committee Member
"I’m excited to bring this amazing educational and community building opportunity to Seattle!"

Limmud History

 Limmud is an award-winning global movement committed to unique values like Respect, Empowerment, Participation and Diversity and to harnessing the energy of the whole Jewish community, people of all ages and backgrounds.

Limmud started in 1980 in the UK. Today, volunteers run independent Limmud events in over 80 communities worldwide (44 countries!) for tens of thousands of participants each year.


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