Adult Programs



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Adult Programs Notes and Notables

  • Leon Botstein to Deliver Frank Memorial Lecture

    Leon Botstein, President of Bard College, will deliver the sixth annual Irvin and Sharna Frank Memorial Lecture in Judaism and Contemporary Issues. Botstein’s lecture is entitled “Beyond the Fiddler on the Roof: The European Jewish Experience before 1933 and Contemporary European Anti-Semitism.” The lecture will take place at the Sylvan Auditorium of the Charles Schusterman Continue Reading

  • Back to School Drive

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa is partnering with Covenant Family Church and Gilcrease Elementary School to gather much needed items for Tulsa children who, without such assistance, arrive at school already at a disadvantage. Many Gilcrease students are on the free and reduced lunch program and it is not unusual for a teacher to have Continue Reading

  • Summertime Brunch and Bingo

    Summertime Brunch and Bingo • Sun., July 27 • 11 a.m. • Come in out of the sun and join us for a cool brunch at the Fig Café. Chef Dan will prepare a scrumptious buffet consisting of brunch favorites. After the meal, we will play bingo for prizes—including a 2015 CSJCC Membership! Cost for Continue Reading

  • Tulsa Jewish Film Series: The Sturgeon Queens

    Tulsa Jewish Film Series —Our Films Aren’t Selected …They’re Chosen! Film: The Sturgeon Queens: • Sun., June 29 • 1pm• Circle Cinema (12 South Lewis Ave) For nearly 100 years, people have made the trek to New York City’s Lower East Side to buy smoked herring and lox at the famed Russ and Daughters emporium. Continue Reading

  • Tulsa Jewish Film Series: The German Doctor

    Tulsa Jewish Film Series —Our Films Aren’t Selected …They’re Chosen! Film: The German Doctor • Thurs., May 15 • 7 p.m. • Circle Cinema (12 South Lewis Ave) • Patagonia, 1960. A German doctor meets an Argentinean family and follows them on a long desert road to a small town where the family will be Continue Reading

  • Super Bowl Party

    Sun., Feb. 2 • 5 p.m. • Join us for Super Bowl XLVII on the big screen at the CSJCC. Feast on Frito Chili Pie along with snacks and beverages (non-alcoholic). Doors open at 5 with kickoff at 5:30. $5/Adults, $3/Children under 10. Please RSVP to 918.495.1100 or

  • Tulsa Jewish Film Series–Our Films Aren’t Selected: They’re Chosen! Film: Jewtopia

    Tulsa Jewish Film Series–Our Films Aren’t Selected: They’re Chosen! Film: Jewtopia • Mon., Dec. 16 • 7 p.m. • Circle Cinema (12 S. Lewis Ave.) • Christian O’Connell (Ivan Sergei) has met the girl of his dreams in Alison Marks (Jennifer Love Hewitt). Unfortunately, Christian told Alison (who happens to be a rabbi’s daughter) that Continue Reading

  • Brunch & Bingo

    Have nowhere to go on Dec. 25? Grab your family and friends and head over to the CSJCC to enjoy a delicious brunch and play Bingo for cash prizes. The grand prize will be a FREE 2014 CSJCC Membership. Adults/$10, Children Five & Under /$5. RSVP no later than Mon. Dec. 23 to Mindy at Continue Reading

  • Tulsa Jewish Film Series: The Prime Ministers

    Join us for the third film in the partnership between Circle Cinema, Jewish Federation of Tulsa and The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art. Based on the best-selling book by Ambassador Yehuda Avner, The Prime Ministers:The Pioneers takes the audience inside the offices of Israel’s Prime Ministers through the eyes of an insider. Avner served Continue Reading

  • From Silence to Recognition: Confronting Discrimination in Emory’s Dental School History

    In 1952, after completing his first year of dental school, Dr. Perry Brickman received a letter ejecting him from Emory University. He suspected that he had been singled out because he was Jewish. But he had no idea that from 1949-1962, 65% of all the Jewish students would be flunked out or forced to repeat Continue Reading