EN190201 RuJew and Russian PJ Library Teaches How to ‘Cook Like a Babushka’

RuJew and Russian PJ Library Teaches How to ‘Cook Like a Babushka’



The next Russian Jewish Columbus (RuJew) and Russian PJ Library program may bring you back to your grandmother’s kitchen.

Join JewishColumbus as we make Eastern European dishes, like Blinchiki, Vateushka and Sirinik on February 10th at 1 PM at Agudas Achim Synagogue in Bexley while we Cook Like a Babushka.

This is the second year for the event and two new babushkas have come forward to lead the cooking demonstration.

RuJew and Russian PJ Library are connection points for all Russian-speaking Jews and Jews from the Former Soviet Union and their families who live in Columbus. The groups seek to celebrate Russian-speaking Jewish culture, traditions, and history while working together to create a thriving future for the Columbus community.

The program is made possible with support from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation and the Genesis Philanthropy Group to promote targeted programming in the Russian speaking Jewish community.

To reserve a spot for the event, a $5 minimum donation to the Holocaust Survivors Initiative is required. Register at JewishColumbus.org/babushka.

IT ALL STARTS WITH YOU: JewishColumbus is able to bring programs that engages the Russian speaking Jewish community because of donors like you who give to our Annual Campaign.

For more information about RuJew events, contact Annie Shmookler at annie@JewishColumbus.org and for information about Russian PJ Library contact Irina Katon Goldsman at irinakaton@gmail.com.