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DrayMakhers: Play Games with a Jewish Slant
Join KlezCalifornia for an hour of community culture building with Jewish laughter and humor, food and recipes, and thinking peoples’ games on a three-month cycle.
For this third event, June 9: Have you ever played Jewish 20 Questions? Jewish Pictionary? Jewish word puzzles? Jewish multiple choice games? Are you brave enough to give it a try? Please join us to play games that highlight Jewish people, real or fictitious. Bring your own games to share with us!
The cycle will continue month after month, with a summer event (date TBD) turning again to Jewish laughter and humor, and the month after that to sharing ideas about Jewish food.
If you have any questions: contact coordinator Evie Groch.
To sign up for June 9, scroll down to BOOK EVENT, click on NEXT, and complete the registration form.
Registration ends at 12 noon Pacific Time the day of the event. If you want to try to participate after that, write email@example.com. We cannot promise to notice your email if you register after the deadline.
Those who register on time will receive an email with sign-in info by 2 pm. If you have not heard by then, write a.s.a.p. to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not wait until just before the event begins to notice whether you have the sign-in info.
The event is free, however we request donations of any amount (whatever you can afford) to enable KlezCalifornia to continue to connect you with Yiddish culture. Gifts are tax-deductible.
Participants are expected to have their video turned on, as this is a social event at which we want to see each other. Registering gives KlezCalifornia permission to take still images and use them for educational or other organizational purposes.
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Definition: In a cultural community like ours, we find lots of gantze makhers (“big shots”; gantse = complete/entire; makhers = big shots, fixers). If we sort ourselves into three specific groups that offer a mixture of laughter, appreciation of cuisine, and playtime, we come up with DrayMakhers (dray = three). What a mekhaye (pleasure/delight) to be part of the DrayMakhers!