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DomesticTouristsAtlanta has a HUGE Jewish population, so it’s easy to find places to be with other Jews–if you know where to look.

The Grapevine app is a great place to look for other members of the Tribe, and for fun things to do around your city.

For young professionals, The Temple Midtown hosts “The Well” every first Friday of the month. This special Shabbat service is geared toward young professionals, so there are snacks and drinks before you go into services. Join me February 5th at 8pm at the Temple.

Haven’t taken your Birthright trip to Israel yet? You’re not getting any younger! Take a ten day adventure tour of Israel with 39 other people your age, from Atlanta. It’s so much fun because you don’t pay for anything (yes, it’s free to go on Birthright if you’re Jewish!), you don’t have to think about where to go next or how to get there (it’s all done for you by trip guides), and you finally get to experience The Holy Land.

The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival kicked off on January 26 and lasts until February 17. The Films all look phenomenal, and I’ll be at these. 

Shabbat Shalom, ATL! Go spend some time with your family and friends!

Read more: 3 Films you can find me at during the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

I may have done Birthright about two two years ago now, but be on the lookout for travel photos of Israel!