The American Library at The Skirball

On view through September 1, 2024
The American Library by Yinka Shonibare CBE RA
Browse artist Yinka Shonibare’s immersive installation The American Library, where six thousand books are wrapped in textiles with the names of US immigrants and Black Americans affected by the Great Migration. Learn about their impact and share your own story.

How to experience this exhibition:

HAMAKOM Jewish Learning Center (JLC)

Our Jewish Learning Center provides flexible and fun Jewish education for families with kids in TK through 6th grade. We feature dynamic and loving teachers who know how to reach a child’s heart and soul. We meet once a week (either Tuesdays or Wednesdays from 4:00-6:15) for Judaic learning, and starting in 3rd grade, we add an extra hour for small-group Hebrew instruction (offered at various times throughout the week). If you are looking to be a part of a caring Jewish family, all we can say is, “Welcome home to HAMAKOM."

Chabad of West Hills Teen Shabbat

March 1st, April 5th, May 17th, June 7th, 2024
We will be hosting monthly Shabbat dinner for teens. This program is designed to provide our young community members with engaging opportunities for personal growth, connection, and enrichment. We can't wait to see you at these special events!
Next Friday Night Dinner is Shabbat March 1st
To RSVP & for more details Text:
Arielle 818-288-5960
Free of charge!

Hamakom Jewish Youth Network for youth and teens in 3rd-12th grade and beyond!

Looking for a place to meet new friends while exploring your Jewish identity? You’ve found the perfect place! The Jewish Youth Network is the youth department powered by HAMAKOM in Woodland Hills. We are a program built on five values of religious identity, Jewish identity, community involvement, social engagement, and building leadership skills. These five branches dictate our programming and create many avenues for our youth to be involved.

AMI School

Ami School is a supplementary school for Hebrew language studies, Jewish traditions, and Israeli culture.
The school is a non-profit organization.
The school is geared toward for children ages 5 - 15 who attend public school.
Our program consists of two hours of instruction, once a week in the afternoon, at one of our various locations. Our program is conducted entirely in the Hebrew language.

Temple Judea Camp Sababa

• Summer Dates, Week 1: July 22 - July 26, 9 am - 4 pm
• Summer Dates, Week 2: July 29- August 2, 9 am - 4 pm
For two weeks in the summer, Temple Judea is transformed! Our dedicated team of educators and camp counselors work together to create a real Jewish camp experience for our campers. It’s two weeks filled with so much laughter and fun that kids learn without even knowing it! There’s swimming and water activities, role playing games, a ga-ga pit, arts and crafts, sports, and so much more. All in a loving, supportive, Jewish environment.

Kadima Day School

Kadima Day School provides an integrated general and Judaic studies education that is comprehensive and academically challenging. Our commitment to educational excellence and Jewish tradition teaches our students to maximize their academic, social, physical, and spiritual potential. A Kadima education instills a strong sense of identity, preparedness for higher education, and a commitment to responsible living guided by Jewish ethics and values.