Updated: Oct 25
There are a lot of events in New York City this month to celebrate Sukkot, Simchat Torah, and just fall, so we rounded them up! I keep updating this list, so check back all month long!
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Jewish Events in NYC in October
Friday, October 21 | Young Wall Street Shabbat Dinner
Join Young Wall Street for Shabbat dinner and reconnect after a long month of holidays. You’ll be surrounded by friends and food as you enjoy our cocktail reception before sitting down to a delicious dinner. Unwind from work and spend your Friday night with us -- what a way to welcome the weekend!
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Friday, October 21 | Aviv 20s & 30s Kabbalat Shabbat and Dinner
6:30 - 9:30 pm
Upper West Side, $10 for members, $18 for non-members
Remember all those friends you said you’d meet up with once the High Holy Days were over? Reconnect with fellow 20s and 30s at Kabbalat Shabbat and dinner. After Shabbat services, We’ll gather for a delicious meal. Please note: You must register separately for Kabbalat Shabbat. Choose “West Main Level” when you’re registering, we’ll be sitting together on the left near the windows! This meal will be taking place indoors and we will be administering rapid antigen Covid tests prior to entry. This is an Aviv only event, which is BJ’s cohort for folks in their 20s and 30s.
Saturday, October 22 | NYC Singles Mixer
9 pm - 1 am
Celebrate with fellow Jewish members! Dance the night away, meet new friends and get reacquainted with old ones! What to expect: • Jewish singles (30s, 40s, 50s) • DJ & Dancing • Snacks & Dips • Facilitators to help you mingle • Giveaways & Party Favors This is a partnered event with the "JSTF" who have 5,000+ Jewish single members! This is intended for Jewish members Only. General age range will be late 30s-50s.
Tuesday, October 25 | Achla Nights; YJP Rooftop Fall Soiree
8 to 11:45 pm, $23.05+
Come enjoy the night at High Bar rooftop NYC. If you're an earl