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Jewish in Ithaca


IAUJC supports, promotes and cooperates with other local organizations and institutions. Here is our interactive Guide to Jewish Ithaca. IAUJC itself does not have a physical site. Contact us via email at or write to us at PO Box 4124, Ithaca, NY, 14852.

1 104 West!Visit 104 West!

Cornell kosher dining is open to all students as well as to community members and visitors. Located at the Center for Jewish Living, it is in operation when...

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2 B'Yachad Ithaca Jewish Pre-SchoolVisit B'Yachad Ithaca Jewish Pre-School

Welcome to B’Yachad Preschool!

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3 BJsVisit BJs Wholesale Club

 BJ’s in Ithaca carries a large variety of kosher products.

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4 Center for Jewish LivingVisit Cornell Center for Jewish Living

The Orthodox Synagogue at Cornell University aims to provide year-round, traditional services for the Jewish community of Cornell and Ithaca.

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5 Visit Congregation Tikkun V’Or

Congregation Tikkun v’Or (Ithaca Reform Temple) is a vibrant congregation that strives for a warm personal bond among its members, quality education for the...

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6 Cornell University HillelVisit Cornell University Hillel

Also known as the Yudowitz Center for Jewish Campus Life, Hillel's mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may...

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7 Cornell University Klezmer EnsembleVisit Cornell University Klezmer Ensemble

The Cornell University Klezmer Ensemble is a student organization at Cornell University dedicated to playing and preserving the tradition of klezmer music....

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8 Goldsworthy Holocaust MemorialVisit Holocaust Memorial by Goldsworthy

The Goldsworthy Holocaust Memorial in the F.R. Newman Arboretum at the Cornell Plantations was created in 2004 by Andy Goldsworthy, a then A.D.

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9 Freshmen Fest GroupVisit Hillel at Ithaca College website

Hillel offers Ithaca College students numerous opportunities for leadership development, student meetings, cultural programs, social gatherings, community...

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10 Flag of IsraelVisit

The purpose of the organization is to welcome Israelis to the Ithaca community and help them get settled.

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11 IAUJC EventVisit More about the Ithaca Area United Jewish Community organization

The Ithaca Area United Jewish Community (IAUJC) is an advocate for local Jewish organizations, as well as for the needs of Jews in Israel and other countries...

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12 IC Terrace Dining HallVisit IC Terrace Dining

Ithaca College Terrace Dining Hall features the Kosher Kitchen. The Kosher Kitchen is a dining option with any student meal plan.

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13 2G Holocaust GroupVisit

At least one member of our families survived the Holocaust. They emigrated to safety prior to, during, or after World War II. Many moved or ran from one country...

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14 Jewish Studies at CornellVisit Jewish Studies at Cornell

Cornell's Jewish Studies Program is broadly based and interdisciplinary, bringing together faculty from various Cornell departments and colleges--from Near...

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15 Ithaca CollegeVisit Jewish Studies at Ithaca College

The Jewish Studies program at Ithaca College offers courses in Jewish Studies, a minor for interested students, and events that are open to the entire Ithaca...

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16 kabbalahVisit

We are a gathering of individuals who meet to study Jewish Kabbalistic teachings and practice, in English.

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17 Kol HaverimVisit Kol Haverim

Kol Haverim is a secular Jewish community welcoming those who desire non-theistic ways to celebrate their identity, culture, and heritage.

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18 PJ Library Free Jewish Bedtime StoriesVisit PJ Library website

The IAUJC has brought a wonderful free subscription program to the Ithaca area.

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19 Southern Cayuga Anne Frank Tree Project Visit Southern Cayuga Anne Frank Tree Project

The Southern Cayuga School District, in Aurora, was one of 11 sites nationwide selected by the Anne Frank Center USA to receive a sapling from the horse chestnut...

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20 Celebrating Genesis at Temple Beth ElVisit Temple Beth-El

TEMPLE BETH-EL is a liberal synagogue founded in 1924, and is affiliated with The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.  We serve a growing and diverse...

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21 The ReporterVisit

Where do you go to find out what’s going on in our local Jewish community, in the national or international Jewish community?

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22 Rabbi and Chana Silberstein, Rabbi and Miri BirkVisit The Roitman Chabad Center at Cornell

Chabad House of Ithaca is part of a world-wide network of Chabad Houses, serving the needs of the Ithaca community, including both town and campus.

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23 Wegmans SupermarketVisit

Aside from being a wonderful supermarket, Wegmans is a meeting spot for many Ithaca communities, including the Jewish community.

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24 Purim prepVisit YJA Ithaca on Instagram

Jews in their 20s and 30s having dinners, socials, and more in the Ithaca area. Open to anyone.
Providing a safe space for young Jewish adults to connect....

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