JFS Luncheons

SAJFS hosts monthly luncheons for members of our community to socialize and learn together. The food is always delicious, and our programs include history, arts, and culture lectures, as well as light entertainment. Unless otherwise advertised, the luncheons are held the second Thursday of each month at Temple Beth Shalom from noon to 1:30 p.m.

We are happy to arrange transportation for you if necessary.


Jan. 11: Holocaust survivor Evy Woods, who moved to Spokane last year from Albuquerque, talks about her experiences.

Feb. 8: The Senior Serenaders, from Spokane’s Project Joy organization, sing standards and show tunes.

March 8: We’ll enjoy a performance by the Hubbardston Nonesuch Madrigal Singers.

April 12: Melanie Lieb discusses her art project “Echo: A Visual History of Anti-Semitism.”

May 10: Local Jewish author Sue Lindenberg McClelland discusses and reads from her short story collection “About the Dybbuks: Jewish Historical Fiction From Pittsburgh’s Hill District”

June 14: Picnic lunch in Manito Park


*Programs are subject to change