PJ Library mails free, high-quality Jewish children's literature and music to families across the continent on a monthly basis. It is a Jewish family engagement program implemented on a local level throughout North America. Learn more >>
Camp Shalom is a two week summer day camp in Lexington, KY. Our non-denominational program provides a comfortable setting for children from all streams of Judaism to come together and learn about Jewish culture, history, and identity regardless of their individual background or level of observance. Camp Shalom is open to youth ages 4 through 14. Learn more about Camp Shalom >>
There are currently two youth groups in the community - a chapter of the National Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY) called TRYB, sponsored by Temple Adath Israel and a new group, BBYO, open to all teens in the community, currently in formation.
The Jewish Federation supports the Jewish community’s teens by providing assistance for youth group members to attend programs and conventions, as well as providing scholarships for teens to attend Jewish resident camps or participate in organized trips to Israel.
YBJ is a gathering of local Jewish adults, ages 21 to “40-ish” (about 45), who get together monthly for social events. Join our mailing list! Contact Tamara Ohayon at firstname.lastname@example.org, (859) 268-0672, or find us on Facebook.
A list of upcoming events will be posted soon. Stay tuned!
Generosity in Action. The Jewish Federations of North America is a network for meaningful philanthropy and hands-on volunteerism by translating Jewish values into social action on behalf of millions. National Young leadership gives you a place to explore your interests, meet others, have fun, and make a difference in the world through your actions. Learn more about National Young Leadership at www.nextgenjews.org.