Yiddish Tish
Oct
31
12:00 PM12:00

Yiddish Tish

A periodic exploration of poetry and short prose by great Yiddish writers. We read and translate from the Yiddish together, but no previous Yiddish knowledge required. Trust us on this. A chance to enter the culture and feel of Yiddish literature. There will also be great conversation, a little grammar, and many laughs. Bring your lunch.

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Torah TLC
Oct
1
7:00 PM19:00

Torah TLC

We invite you to join us to gather round our Sobeslav Torah in our oneg room while we unroll it and gently clean the panels. While doing so we will tell stories about Torah and about the Hebrew letters.

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Rosh Hashanah Day
Sep
10
9:30 AM09:30

Rosh Hashanah Day

We move deeper into the spirit of the Holy Days, listening closely to the needs of our souls. The morning includes a Shofar Service as well as creative exploration of our Torah Portion chosen for this year: Abraham and Sarah's departure into the unknown.

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Selichot Service
Sep
1
8:00 PM20:00

Selichot Service

Selichot is one of the most beautiful rituals of our year. Not a traditional prayer service, it is an opportunity to move as a community into a deeper place of gentleness, forgiveness, expansiveness and beauty. The service will include stories, short teachings, some meditation, some of our favorite High Holy Day songs and chants, and a shofar blast at the end. About one hour, soup to nuts.

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Summer of Love Dance Party!
Aug
18
8:00 PM20:00

Summer of Love Dance Party!

This night features The THUGZ – which stands for "tribal hippie underground zone." Self-described as "purveyors of Cosmic Americana & Old Time Psychedelic Music," the Thugz performs music that will take you back to the day, including Grateful Dead covers and originals inspired by the Dead, Dylan, the Beatles and even Miles Davis. Wine, beer and [legal] munchies will be available for purchase. There will be a raffle and a hippie era fashion show. So come out in your bell-bottomed best and strut your stuff!

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