NCJW Chicago North Shore offers a variety of interesting and educational programs.  Learn about the issues that matter most in the company of wonderful NCJW advocates and supporters!  All are welcome.  For specific event info, visit our events page.

Monthly Women’s Salons: City and North Suburbs!
Both the downtown Chicago and the North Suburban Women’s Salons are growing and thriving. Salon is a monthly, evening discussion group meeting at Salon members’ homes and facilitated by Salon members and guest speakers. Every month a new topic is chosen by the group, and material links are then emailed to everyone to read. Email [email protected] and [email protected] for more information and visit the event page for updated date information.

For Kids Only: Big and Small Ideas to Make a Difference
Anyone can make a difference – whether it’s through education, advocacy or community service, you can make a difference no matter what your age.  You can pick an issue and start a club at school, help clean up a local park, donate to a soup kitchen or shelter, you can even write a letter to an elected official.  Visit our NCJW Kids page for ideas and resources.

One Book One NCJW
Read along with NCJW this programming year (2019-2020) as we discuss An American Summer, written by Alex Kotlowitz author of There Are No Children Here. “Kotlowitz spent the summer of 2013 researching how gun violence shapes the city. An American Summer is the result of that; a reporting mosaic that brings together the stories he encountered that summer. It is a painful chronicle about an extremely violent city based on the narratives of those who managed to survive its streets.” (NPR Book Review).  Join us for a series of programs which may include in-person and online discussions, films, podcasts and more. Visit our website for more information as it becomes available or email [email protected] with “One Book One NCJW” in the subject line to be notified of scheduled

NCJW Advocacy and the Arts
We know how much our members enjoy seeing live performances and wonderful films with their NCJW friends.  This programming year (2019-2020) we have a number of shows on our calendar.  Click on the titles below for specific information. October 6, 2019: Invisible, January 22, 2020: Roe, March 15: Period. End of Sentence, and April 5: What the Constitution Means to Me.

Nosh and Knowledge
What could be more fun than a little learning over lunch?  Maybe a discussion over dinner? NCJW Chicago North Shore has several wonderful programs we are offering over the course of the year from a discussion of domestic violence from the perspective of a shelter director to a survivor of the Shanghai Ghetto.  NCJW Chicago North Shore will definitely stimulate both your brain and your appetite!  Visit our events page for more specifics.