Annual Calendar

Each year, our Utah Section sponsors social, charitable and cause-related events. We invite our members to participate in events, take part in organizing events, step up to leadership roles (membership, correspondence, programming, hiking club, snowshoe club, ski club, board) and suggest new activities. Click on the individual activity to learn dates and details.

Here is a brief overview of our annual calendar.

Lobbying Clinic


NCJW UT participates with CORC (Coalition of Religious Communities) in a lobbying day at the Capitol.

NCJW Day on Capitol Hill Page


NCJW UT, in January, participates with the Community Action Partnership (CAP) in its Democracy Day on the Hill. That day, we hear from speakers, learn how to lobby, eat lunch with legislators and, with docents, tour the Capitol. While we lunch, participants talk with legislators about issues and upcoming bills consistent with NCJW principles.

Ski Day


A favorite social event, join fellow members on the slopes for a fun day.
Contact Annabel Sheinberg

Passover Seder


Each year, our local NCJW section partners with the Jewish Community Center to enable local seniors to connect with their Jewish roots and enjoy Passover foods and traditions.
View our past seders in the photo gallery
Contact Carla Cantor for more information.

Race for the Cure


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Officer Election


We hold nominations and elections for the board every two years, in June. We encourage members to become board members.

Hiking Outing


We wish to start a hiking club. However, until we have a facilitator for this, we will have monthly hikes June through October. Want to hike or walk in our beautiful area? Contact Rochelle Kaplan for more info or to offer suggestions and help.

Membership Brunch


Our annual membership brunch usually features panelists on a theme. Past years have featured local Jewish women artists and scientists, women in local politics, and directors of local conservation groups. But in 2012, we honored Esther Landa’s long service. For more info, contact Eileen Hallet Stone.

Halloween Party for Women’s Shelter


Each year, NCJW Utah sponsors a Halloween party for SLC’s homeless women and their children. Contact Gina Dalton 801-651-5757

Jewish Arts Festival


​The Jewish Arts Festival, held at the JCC each November, is NCJW’s biggest fundraiser, because our homemade brisket sandwiches sell out every year! Join us by volunteering to shop, cook, serve or cashier. Contact Rochelle Kaplan 801-201-2177 or

Hanukah Luncheon for Seniors


In partnership with the JCC, our NCJW section prepares and serves a luncheon for area Jewish seniors. To participate, contact Rochelle Kaplan

Shalom/Salaam Tikkun-Olam Project​


​Under NCJW leadership and in the spirit of Tikkun Olam (helping to repair the world) and Tzedekah (Justice) members and friends of Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Atheist communities volunteer to serve 1400-1700 less fortunate others during the Christmas holidays. This multi-phased event occurs at West High School. To participate, please contact Eileen Hallet Stone or Deborah Milan-Niler.


Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice

Until every person has the power to make their own informed decisions about their body, sexuality, and future, our work is not over.


Federal Courts

Courts Matter. The judges confirmed to lifetime seats on federal courts, including the US Supreme Court, make the decisions that shape our nation.


Civic Engagement

Our vote is our voice.



Speaking out for women’s empowerment, gender equality, and strengthening Israeli civil society.