Come out once a month for a night full of fun and friends just for adults!
We’ve put together an awesome lineup of activities specifically designed for adults. There is something for everyone–choose just one or come for all! These programs are open to all adults who are 22+, with and without disabilities.Register Today
Join us for a night of sandwiches and step-by-step painting.
Tuesday, Jan 17
Park Ridge Bottle & Bottega
$75 | $135 (1:1)
First, we’ll tour the kitchen to see where the magic is made, have a professional chef walk us through each step, and finally enjoy our delicious pizzas together!
Tuesday, Feb 21
Tel Aviv Kosher Pizza, Chicago
$50 | $90 (1:1)
Let’s Go Bulls! Get pumped to watch some basketball. The Windy City Bulls are a Chicago affiliate. Dinner will be provided.
Tuesday, Mar 21
5-10pm, 7pm tip off
NOW Arena, Hoffman Estates
$125 | $225 (1:1)
Transportation to and from the Northbrook and Skokie is provided.
Give back with us during Good Deeds Week! We will volunteer our time at the JUF Uptown Cafe serving food and bussing tables. Dinner will be provided.
Tuesday, Apr 18
JUF Uptown Cafe, Chicago
Free | $40 (1:1)
Let’s play ball! Enjoy a night out at the ballpark with baseball and friends. This event is open to adults (22+) of all abilities.
Tuesday, May 23
5-10pm, 6:30pm first pitch
Wintrust Field, Schaumburg
$20 for ticket | $75 for ticket, transportation and Kosher dinner
Thank you to JUF and JCC Chicago for your support with this event.
For over thirty years, Keshet’s camp programs have been the model of inclusion, accessibility and belonging. We’re thrilled to announce that three of Keshet’s camps have earned the highest level of accreditation from the National Inclusion Project, an honor that only a small group of programs around the country have received. NIP has designated Keshet as a leader and change maker in inclusive recreation, going above and beyond to ensure that inclusion is indeed the expectation, not the exception, for all campers.
Camp is just around the corner! We know that camp can be an adjustment for all kids and parents. We want to equip campers and parents with some tips that can best set them up for success at camp this summer.