Newcomers Receptions

 

Our newcomers receptions take place quarterly and offer an opportunity for those new to Nashville to meet other newcomers and people from our community, to mingle and to get all the information they need about living in Music City. At the reception, Nashville newbies meet with volunteers from our community, called welcoming ambassadors, who have volunteered to join with the Jewish Federation in reaching out to the newly arrived. Even if you’ve lived here for a few years, feel free to attend a reception to get better acclimated to Jewish life in Nashville.

 

To attend: The location of the reception was being firmed up at press time and attendees will receive that information when they RSVP to attend. To RSVP, please contact us at outreach@jewishnashville.org, or at (615) 354-1696.

 

2018 Newcomers reception

Small-Group Dinners

 

During our evaluation of the Newcomers program many of the newcomers and the Ambassadors raised the need to have smaller and intimate events, segmented by age—in addition to our bigger and more varied newcomers’ reception.

Therefore, you are welcome to join us to our Newcomers small group dinners. If you don’t consider yourself a newcomer anymore—feel free to join as well! it’s always nice to hear about others’ experience and how it was when they moved here, or just to meet new people. For the newish newcomers--it’s another opportunity for you to meet other newcomers and be able to meet 1-2 of the community’s Ambassadors.

Some of the dinners are hosted by our Ambassadors, at their house, and some are at a restaurant. The dinners at the restaurants are self-paid. The federation is in charge of the reservation.

 

To attend: please contact us at outreach@jewishnashville.org, or at (615) 354-1696.

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Nashville Jewish History Tour

 

A Nashville Jewish history tour for newcomers and oldcomers too!

Gordon JCC and the Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle TN is organizing a Jewish history tour. The tour will be guided by Randy Gross, who will walk us around downtown and will tell us all wonderful stories about the beginning and continuation of the Jewish community in Nashville. It's an easy walk! We will end the tour with a lunch at Mile End Deli.

ALL THE TICKETS TO OUR FALL TOUR HAVE BEEN SOLD OUT. WE'RE PLANNING TO HAVE ANOTHER TOUR IN THE SPRING. SEE YOU THEN!

For any questions you can email us at outreach@jewishnashville.org

Picture: Ryman Auditorium and Fifth Avenue Shul (Library Photograph Collection, TSLA)