Since the spring of 2020, The House has been offering our young adult community multiple weekly opportunities to stay connected, make friends, network, learn and laugh together across all virtual platforms.
Before that, our team thrived on creating amazing in-person events! Scroll our Events Archive to view some of these past in-person programs. We hope to be back face-to-face with our community ASAP!
See something you like and want us to offer it again…just let us know!! Everything old can be new again. If it could happen with Bell Bottoms – it could happen with anything!
JEDx is back, but this time with the best view in the city! We’ve re-imagined The House’s annual blockbuster event as an intimate Breakaway evening, with the same tantalizing form and flavour that gets your social and creative buzz on. “The Seduction and Destruction of Greed” This Breakaway dares to push it to the […]
The House invites you to its 3rd annual JEDx “No Compromises” on May 20th at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts. Modeled after the popular TED talks, JEDx (Jewish Ethics Defined) is the brainchild of young professionals who want to engage their peers in thinking about what it means to “achieve.” It is […]
There’s More to Passover than Matzo Pizza Why is this night different from all other nights? One would think that a story full of ten plagues, the parting of a sea, and a grand show of Divine intervention would top the charts every year. But in a time that feels so far removed from anything […]
Make it. Love it. Eat it. Give it. You know those little rolls with chocolate inside that taste like a tiny twist of heaven? Now you can learn how to make Rugelach like a pro – No Easy-Bake-Oven required! Grab a few friends and roll on down to The House, ’cause we’ve got supplies and […]
A Conversation about Mental Health in the Jewish Community The House is partnering with The Jewish Grad Network to bring you a night of mental health awareness: about life’s stressors, how they impact us, and paths we can take that lead to a healthier life. Listen to guest speakers from York University’s Mental Health Services […]
Celebrating the Perplexity of Purim Okay, what’s the deal? Is Purim a tragedy or a comedy? Why rejoice on a day that commemorates another terrible edict against the Jews? Purim is a cleverly complex day of contradictions; it packs a whole range of emotions and gamut of unlikely scenarios into – against all odds – […]
A special evening of learning in honour and memory of the victims who were tragically killed in the Paris terrorist attacks Join The House for a textually relevant, discussion-based class which will provide you with a powerful Jewish lens on how we, as Jews, can and should respond when we read about tragedies and challenges […]
Batman or Goldman? Spiderman versus Scheiderman? **IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to current events, “The POWer of a Jewish Hero” has been postponed indefinitely** We will be changing the nature of the event to be a reflection of the recent tragedy in Paris. Please see the new event details: How a Jew Should Read the News: A Torah Perspective […]
Join us as we lend a helping hand this Chanukah. Learn how to make amazing latkes and then help deliver them to people living on the streets that need some warmth and care this season. Date: Sunday December 21 Timeline: 1:30-4:30pm – Latke cooking 4:30-5:00pm – Clean up 5:00-6:30pm – Distribution of latkes on the […]
It is an honour, albeit a painful and sad one, for us to have the opportunity sit with Aviva and Noy Yifrah, mother/sister of hero and fallen soldier Staff Sgt. Tal Yifrah z”l, 21, of Rishon Lezion: Tal was with the Golani Brigade, and was killed on July 21 a clash in the Gaza City […]