Featured Events

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    The Miles Nadal JCC is building a new, accessible playground for the many children who participate in programs here on a daily basis, providing all children and families of our community a place to play that is fun and safe.

    We are already halfway to our goal thanks to the generous lead gift In memory of Al Green from Barry and Laurie Green and David Green, Daphne Wagner, Lita and Mikey.

    Now need your help to build our accessible new playground.

    Please make a donation to help our playground grow and share with family and friends to assist us in raising these much-needed funds.

    Thank you for being a part of our community.

    NoShushShabbat webicon Jan27Friday May 25, 2018
    Family Service at 6:00 pm, followed by a Kosher Shabbat dinner.
    Kids' programming to follow
    Location: Holy Blossom Temple

    All are welcome at the No Shush Intergenerational Shabbat. Come alone or with your whole family to a relaxed, playful, and accessible Shabbat experience. Individuals and families of all backgrounds and Jewish affiliations are welcome. Kosher Mediterranean-themed dinner provided (gluten-free, vegetarian options available upon request). After dinner, explore multi-sensory Shabbat-related activities. Dinner is preceded by a joyful and interactive Shabbat service, led by Rabbi Noam Katz.
    Services, dinner and children's programming are free. Donations to support the event are encouraged. Register here to save your spot.

    ReelAbilities circular logoTuesday, May 29, 2018
    Toronto Reference Library (789 Yonge St.)

    We are proud to showcase Canadian and International shorts, features, and documentaries about Deaf and disability cultures and by filmmakers and actors with disabilities and/or who are Deaf. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

    We will be screening the film “Keep the Change”, which won the Tribeca Film Festival Best Film in 2017.
    We are thrilled to bring this film to Toronto, along with special guests from the cast.

    David is an upper-class charmer struggling to hide his high-functioning Autism. Forced by his parents to attend Connections, a support group for people on the Autism spectrum, he falls in love with Sarah, a young woman who challenges his identity as "normal."

    The film will be co-presented by the Toronto Jewish Film Festival; Autism Ontario; Geneva Centre for Autism; Reena; and the Toronto Jewish Film Society. ReelAbilities Toronto is sponsored by the Miles Nadal JCC, Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council, the Government of Ontario, Holland Bloorview Kids’ Rehabilitation Hospital, Community Living Toronto, CNIB, Autism Ontario, Accessible Media Inc., and ACTRA Toronto.

    two lions recline togetherMay 1 - 24, 2018
    Mark L. Freedman

    Safari is a collection of intimate wildlife images captured during several photographic expeditions to East Africa. The images celebrate nature in all its glory. “I am constantly inspired by the innocence and raw beauty of wildlife and the harsh conditions in which they struggle to survive.

    BookClub Spring2018 webicon Mar13Thursday, May 24, 2018
    11:00 am – 12:30 pm

    Exchange and challenge ideas, meet new friends, and enjoy engaging discussions about books in a friendly and informal setting. Monthly gatherings are facilitated by Beverley Fingerhut. Spring titles include: Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf, Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry and Judas by Amos Oz.


    Contact & Info

    750 Spadina Ave. (at Bloor), Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J2

    Phone: 416.924.6211
    Fax: 416.924.0422
    Email: info@mnjcc.org

    Charitable registration:
    140344243 RR0001

    Wheelchair Accessible

    The MNjcc is committed to accessibility. Please let us know in advance if you have any accommodation needs:

    inclusion@mnjcc.org | 416.924.6211