Family Programming

For Friendship Circle members and their families.


Family Events

Friendship Circle members and their families
Our Family Events include various activities for all of our friends and their families to enjoy.
Learn more about our Family Events by clicking here!

Friendship Shabbat
Friendship Circle members and their families
Experience togetherness at our Shabbat dinner celebrations prepared by our friends.

Junior Friends and Family Fun
For ages 0-11
This is the perfect setting for families with young children that would like to experience FC early on.
Learn more about Junior Friends and Family Fun by clicking here!

Parent Programming
For parents of our Friendship Circle members
Connecting with other parents and pitching in as parent volunteers are all a part of being in the circle.  Get involved in these opportunities at our Moms’  Lunch, Moms’  Night Out, Dads’  Night Out, and numerous parent volunteer opportunities.
Learn more about Moms’  Circle and Dads’  Circle by clicking here!

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Recent blog posts

Part 6: History of Fan Fiction Conclusion

What’s so important about the history of fan fiction, you may ask? Aside from possibly helping you on Jeopardy, it makes the concept seem less trivial. If fan fiction as we know it had first come to be in, say, the late 1990s instead of the 1960s, would you really look at it the same? No, and that’s just in… Read More

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Part 5: ‘Creators’ Involvement’

In my last post, I talked about how fan fiction is something you may hear about without actively searching for it—although frankly speaking, it’s more likely to be discussed on the Internet than in, say, a college cafeteria)—including a mention of creators’ opinions. While some creators are supportive of derivative works based on their stories and/or characters, there are some… Read More

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Part 4: Fan Fiction in Popular Culture

It’s far from uncommon to see pop culture being referenced in everyday life, and especially common to see it referenced in other works (for instance, Marty McFly refers to Darth Vader at one point in Back to the Future). As such, it shouldn’t be surprising that the concept of fan fiction has been mentioned in ‘official’ fiction. Perhaps the most… Read More

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