Programming

LimmudFest New Orleans brings Jews from all corners of the region together for a unique shared educational experience. This year, LimmudFest’s celebration of learning, community, and culture includes a Shabbaton at Congregation Gates of Prayer on March 18-19, and learning at the Lavin-Bernick Center on the campus of Tulane University on Sunday, March 20Local, national, and international presenters will be sharing their passions on topics ranging from LGBT rights to food to microphilanthropy.

Choose your own path in an “un-conference” style learning envirnoment

Over 90 sessions across ten tracks

  • Arts & Culture
  • Contemporary Jewish Life and Identity
  • Family
  • History
  • Israel
  • Social Justice
  • Southern Jewish Life
  • Spirituality
  • Text & Thought
  • Food

But that’s not all…

    • A line-up of quality children’s programming allows parents can go learn in their own sessions, confident that their children will also be experiencing the magic of Limmud.
    • Multi-denominational Shabbat services will be held for children on Shabbat morning, and babysitting will be available throughout the weekend.
    • All food at LimmudFest will be kosher under strict rabbinical supervision, and all meals and snacks are included in the registration fee.