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Jewish Family Experience

3200 W Touhy
Skokie, IL 60076
Phone: (773) 706-6036 , 847-677-6279
Email: mashi@jewishfamilyexp.org
Web: http://www.jewishfamilyexp.org
Contact: Mashi Polstein

A dynamic family-based Hebrew school and Bnei Mitzvah program, JFE 's team of dedicated and passionate teachers combine experiential learning with a welcoming classroom atmosphere to provide a strong and inspired Jewish education. Founded and supported by the ATT, in partnership with NCSY and the Chicago Torah Network. JFE's once-a-week program attracts a wide range of families from across the North Shore. Families are welcome regardless of religious background or affiliation. Parents participate in holiday workshops together with their children and enjoy weekly discussions led by Chicago Torah Network. Visit jewishfamilyexp.org for more information.

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