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Presented by the OMJCC / National JCC Adult & Senior Alliance.  

Would you like to still travel? Now you can without leaving your home – just stay still!  Let us whisk you away for an "armchair adventure" on an interesting, educational, fun & live, guided group tour in a destination beyond your front door ..even beyond the grocery store!  Forget the long, masked airplane ride, we take you across the time zones by Zoom where a local professional guide from a distant destination will take us to explore sites or topics. Live Q&A, photos, graphics & video clips (when available) will transport us to the destination! 

CLICK HERE to "meet" James and get an overview of the travel program. 



Still Traveling: Beguiling Buenos Aires  on Mondays, March 1, 8, 15, 22 from 2-3:15pm (EST) on Zoom

Join our JCC colleague James Sokol to escape the winter by enjoying summer in “the Paris of South America.” Meet our local guide, Pablo, who will lead four interesting “trips” showing diverse aspects of the beguiling capital of Argentina.  Trips include: 

  • Argentina Overview & History (Mar 1) 
  • Northern Neighborhoods: Recoleta, Palermo, Retiro & More (Mar 8) 
  • Southern Sections: San Telmo, La Boca, Puerto Madero & More  (Mar 15) 
  • Cultural Highlights: Food, Dance & Art (Mar 22) 

To “meet” our trip leader James and hear about our travel program, click here.  To “meet” our local guide, Pablo, click here

For details & tickets, click here

Still Traveling: Argentinian Crafts & Craftspeople on Monday, March 22 from 5-6:15pm (EST) on Zoom

Let our JCC colleague James Sokol zoom you to Buenos Aires to meet our delightful guest, Adriana, who specializes in promoting the works created by native craftspeople. See and learn about an array of beautiful crafts, age-old techniques, and hear about these creative people and their communities. For details & tickets, click here.

Still Traveling: Jewish Argentina on Sundays, April 11 & 18 from 2-3:30pm (EST) on Zoom

For this special double-header, let James Sokol zoom you to meet a local guide who specializes in the Jewish history of Argentina. Part-1 focuses on the immigration & history of the Jews in Argentina between the 16th-century and WWII. Learn about the inquisition in Latin America, Jewish gauchos (re: cowboys) and a pogrom in Buenos Aires.  Part-2 looks at the country during WWII through today, including the Nazis & Eichmann, terror attacks, the political & economic crisis, emigration waves, antisemitism and Jewish life & culture today. For details & tickets, click here. 


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