Community CalendarJCC Book Festival: Events in Red are part of the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival from November 2 to November 23.
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The 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival starting Nov. 2 will feature author presentations, book-signing events, book sales and family programs at JCCs and partnering locations the five-county region. Details on a number of these events are listed in our calendar of events. A complete schedule of events can be obtained by calling 215 or visiting www.phillyjcc.com.
The JCCs of Greater Philadelphia provides services and programs to children, adults, families and seniors in the five-county region. For more information, call 215 446-3011 or visit the aforementioned Web site.
Learn Hebrew at Beth Israel of Media
Adult Education, Continues weekly on Tuesdays.at 4:30-5:30 Hebrew language study with Abbie Krantz. Beginners and up. 542 S. New Middletown Rd. (Rt. 352), Media, PA 19063 (610) 566-4645. All are welcome.
Learn Digital Photography at Klein JCC
A three-session class introducing students to digital cameras and their uses will begin on Nov. 1 and continue on the following Tuesdays from 2-3:30 p.m. at JCCs Klein Branch, 10100 Jamison Ave. Participants can bring along a digital camera. Cost for JCC members is $25 and for guests $30. For details, call 215 698-7300.
Talmud Study at Beth Israel of Media
Adult Education. Continues weekly on Wednesdays at 7:30-9:00PM Talmud study class, led by Carol Caine
This support group helps those who have lost a mate through death. The program includes speakers, informal discussion, rap sessions and special events to ease transition, help overcome grief and anxieties, and gain inner strengths in building a new lifestyle. Share your concerns with those who understand your special feelings. Participation in this program is free. Refreshments are served.
Put on Your PJs for Bagels From Benny by Aubrey Davis at Klein JCC
Come in your PJs and join award-winning author and storyteller, Aubrey Davis, on Wednesday, November 2 at the JCCs Klein Branch at 2pm and 4pm and Barnes & Noble Oxford Valley at 7pm as he mixes tales unique to Jewish culture with classic folk tales, legends, fables and jokes all told with a little Jewish spice. The tales enchant young and old, provoke thought and often laughter; and call to what is best within humanity.
Samuel Friedman and Steven Roberts Speak at Klein JCC
Two authors will discuss their books about their families at 10 a.m. at the Gershman Y, Broad and Pine streets, Philadelphia. They are Samuel Freedman, author of "Who She Was: My Search for My Mother’s Life," who is a Columbia University professor, and former New York Times reporter Steven Roberts, author of "My Fathers’ Houses" and husband of Cokie Roberts. The event, co-sponsored by the Center City Kehillah, is part of the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival. Tickets are $15 and include light refreshments. For more information, call 215 446-3021.
Family Memoirs at Gershman Y
My Fathers’ Houses by Steven Roberts and Who She Was: My Search For My Mother’s Life by Samuel Freedman.
Learn Computer Art at Klein JCCA five-session user-friendly class on computer art will begin on Nov. 3 at 2:15 p.m. at the JCCs Klein Branch, 10100 Jamison Ave. Cost for members is $40 and for guests $55. For details, call 215 698-7300.
New Member Shabbat at Beth Israel of Media
6:30PM services led by Rabbi Linda Potemken, followed by catered dinner at 7:30PM
Carlebach "Shabbat on Time" Service & Dinner at Suburban JCC Bnai Aaron
4:38 p.m. Keep the Ruach Alive at Suburban JCC Bnai Aaron with Calebach Kabbalat Shabbat Service followed by Shabbat Dinner. $15 adult, $10 child, max $50 per family. Non-members $20 adult, $15 child, max $60 per family. RSVP: 610-446-1967. email@example.com .
Weekly Shabbat Services at Beth Israel of Media
9:45AM led by Carol Caine, all are welcome, every Shabbat, 542 South Middletown Road (Rt 352), Media, PA 19063 (610) 566-4645
For families with babies, toddlers, and pre-schoolers the first and third shabbat of each month at 11:15 in the Winig School Building.
Parents and children are invited to participate in a Shabbat service that use child-friendly siddurim and plush Torahs for the children to carry during the hakafah. We also have our own M&M's Kiddush that features (you guessed it) M&M's along with some healthy snacks. Led by Rebbitzman Adi Wyner.
Listen to Her Voice: Women of the Hebrew Bible
An event of the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival. Eve, Sarah, Rachel, Delilah, Ruth – their names live on, but their ancient stories have been obscured. Join author Miki Raver on Sunday, November 6 at 11:30pm at the JCCs Klein Branch, 10100 Jamison Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia, as she tells a vibrant tale that has meaning for modern women. This dynamic speaker, lunch and beautiful slide show are a must for women. Tickets are $8 for JCCs members and $12 for general admission. For more information, please call 215-698-7300, ext. 150.
A Night of RemembranceThe life of the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin will be celebrated during "A Night of Remembrance" from 7-8:30 p.m. at the National Liberty Museum, 321 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, at the 10th anniversary of his assassination. The program, to be preceded by a reception at 6:30, is being sponsored by the Consulate General of Israel and the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, Center for Israel and Overseas. For more information, call 215 546-5556 ext. 511.
Jewish Book Sale (November 6 to 13)
Our annual Jewish Book Sale. There’s something for everyone who has creative "juices" running through their veins. So please, stop in, check us out. Call the JCCs Klein Branch – 10100 Jamison Ave., 215 / 698-7300 for exact hours of the book sale.
Beth Israel of Media Book Club
Plot Against America by Philip Roth, 7:30PM, discussion led by Elaine Safer, Ph.D, Professor of Jewish Studies at University of Delaware, RSVP Robert Colman, (610) 328-6609 for directions
American Jihad: The Terrorists Among Us
Steven Emerson, award-winning author and op-ed contributor to major newspapers, will discuss the worldwide terrorist network at 7:30 p.m. at Old York Road Temple-Beth Am, 971 Old York Road, Abington. He recently wrote "American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Among Us." Emerson was the first and only terrorism expert to have warned the U.S. government of the threat of Islamic militant networks operating in the U.S. and their connections to worldwide movements. He is the executive director of The Investigative Project, the largest intelligence and data-gathering center in the world on militant Islamic activities. The event is co-sponsored by the synagogue and the Center for Israel and Overseas of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. The program is part of the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival. A patron event is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $75 for patrons and $12 for general admission. For more information, call 215 698-7300 ext. 143.
A Dialogue with Natan Sharansky: An Evening of Vision, Courage & Leadership
Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn's Landing. Natan Sharansky, the former
Soviet Jewish Refusenik and Israeli Cabinet Minister, will appear at a public
dialogue, on Monday, November 7, 2005, at 8 P.M.at the Hyatt Regency at Penn's
General admission to the dialogue at 8:00 P.M. is $36, $50 preferred seating $18 senior citizens and students
At the Patrons Reception , the Couple of the Year award will be presented
to Karin Kasdin and Harold Weinstein.
For information and reservations call 215-497-9925.
Main Line Chabad's "Beyond Never Again: The Holocaust - A View From the Soul"
During a six-week course we will focus on the continuing relevance of the Holocaust in the 21st century. It is not a history course, but rather an exploration of the BIG questions like the existence of evil, how to deal with suffering, why bad things happen to good people etc. The Chassidic approach to these issues will yield some new insights on many of these old questions.
For more information or to sign up go to website.
Author Ilene Beckerman speaks at Klein JCC
Tuesday, November 8th – 12:30 p.m. "Makeovers at the Beauty Counter of Happiness. Ilene addresses what really matters in life. She shares her (unsent) letters to celebrities & letters imparting wisdom to her granddaughter. Along the way she discovers something that our mothers tried to tell us long ago: that beauty comes from within . JCCs Klein Branch, 10100 Jamison Ave., 215 / 698-7300.
Welcome to Glanzland: Where Humor and Proper Etiquette Reign
Join author and Oprah guest, Larry Glanz on Tuesday, November 15 at the JCCs Stiffel Senior Center, 604 Porter Street in Philadelphia, at 1:15pm for a delightful afternoon of instruction on the finer points of etiquette, dating and male-female relationships. Mr. Glanz, who has penned How to Start a Romantic Encounter and The Ultimate Book of Bathroom Etiquette and Humor serves up his advise with a healthy dose of side-splitting humor.
Makeovers at the Beauty Counter of Happiness by Ilene Beckerman at Klein JCC
Learn what really matters in life: beauty comes from within. Join author Ilene Beckerman on Tuesday, November 8 at the JCCs Klein Branch, 10100 Jamison Avenue in Philadelphia, at 12:30pm as she shares that there is more to happiness than the right hairdo and maintaining an ideal weight. Come listen to Ms. Beckerman’s wisdom on self esteem, insecurities, dashed hopes and happiness.
Squandered Victory: The American Occupation and Bungled Effort to Bring Democracy to Iraq by Larry Diamond at Gershman Y
Join Stanford University Professor and former colleague of Condoleeza Rice, Larry Diamond on Tuesday, November 8 at the Gershman Y, Broad and Pine Streets in Philadelphia, at 7pm as he brings us inside the Green Zone in Iraq, into a world where ideals were often trumped by power politics and where U.S. officials routinely issued edicts that later had to be squared (at great cost) with Iraqi realities. Mr. Diamond was recently interviewed on the Emmy award-winning programs The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Meet the Press. Diamond shares first hand experiences and answers questions about his evaluation of U.S. foreign policy. Refreshments and a book signing will follow the program.
Widow and Widowers Support Group at JCC's Kaiserman branchSee details above .
Power of Optimism by Dana Lightman, Ph.D. at Jenkintown Barnes & Noble
time to let go of your negativity and learn practical strategies to create more
enjoyment, well-being and enthusiasm in your life.
Learn how on Wednesday, November 9 at Barnes & Noble,
This free event is open to the public and is co-sponsored by Jewish Communal Professional Association, Kehillah of Old York Road and Barnes & Noble, Jenkintown. For more information, please call 215-698-7300, ext. 143.
Temple Beth Hillel Beth El Honors Sharon Stumacher
Sharon G. Stumacher, Executive Director of Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El will be honored at the 16th Annual Ruth N. Maltzman Memorial Event, A Shabbat Dinner, on Friday evening, November 11th beginning with Kabbalat Shabbat Services at 6:00pm. For information or reservations for the dinner at TBH-BE, 1001 Remington Road, Wynnewood please call 610.649.5300.
Adath Israel Shabbat Veteran's Day Program Featuring Leon Bass
Dr. Leon Bass and Bernard Brody share experiences and remind us how important
life is. Come to Shabbat and don't miss this special program. 7:00 PM
Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El is proud to bring back the popular "PACT" Shabbat afternoon program for 12 sessions between Sukkot and Pesah. Our own Michael Wolf firstname.lastname@example.org will lead this activity. There are many aspects to PACT, come for part or come for the whole package.
Philadelphia Jewish Voice Open House
Immediately following the Philadelphia Jewish Voice open house at 7:00 p.m. is a "Meet and Greet" with U.S. Congress candidate Lois Murphy who was featured in the August interview.
Hebrew Language Study at Beth Israel of Media
9:30-10AM Basic Grammar and Vocabulary with Lynne Clamage.
Jewish Camp Fair at the JCC's Kaiserman Branch
Join the Jewish Life Network and Steinhardt Foundation for a Jewish Camp Fair on Sunday, November 13 from 1-5pm at the JCCs Kaiserman Branch, 45 Haverford Road in Wynnewood. Jewish summer camps play a very important role in shaping a life-long attachment to Judaism.This camp fair will provide an opportunity to meet the directors and staff from regional Jewish overnight and travel camps, affiliated with different movements and offering a wide variety of observance options. This free event is sponsored by Kehillat Lower Merion, the JCCs of Greater Philadelphia and the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. Call 610-896-7770 for more information.
Center City Kehilah presents authors Liat Ben-David & Helen Motro
Two authors will address their books on women in Israel at 11 a.m. at the Gershman Y, Broad and Pine streets, Philadelphia, as part of the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival. They are Liat Ben-David, author of "Yahrzeit," and Helen Motro, author of "Maneuvering Between the Headlines: An American Lives through the Intifada." The event is co-founded by the Center City Kehillah. Tickets are 20 and include a continental breakfast. For more information, call 215 446-3021.
Robin Schatz on "The Pennsylvania-Israel Connection" at Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El
The Israel Advocacy Committee of Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El and Parents of North American Israelis will host The Pennsylvania – Israel Connection, a lecture by Robin Schatz, Director of Government Affairs, Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia on Sunday, November 13 at 1:00 pm at TBH-BE, 1001 Remington Road, Wynnewood. For information call 610-649-5300.
HSpecial Panel on Women & Israel at Gershman Y
Join in the excitement of the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival with a special panel on Women & Israel on Sunday, November 13 at the Gershman Y, Broad and Pine Streets in Philadelphia, at 11am. Helen Motro’s perspective on her life in the Middle East resonates with American readers. Her memoir speaks not only of the power of hatred, but of the ability of both Jews and Arabs to continue to reach out across the abyss. Israeli Liat Ben-David tells the story of four generations of strong, dedicated women living through some of the greatest, most intriguing and dangerous times in Jewish history – 120 years of Zionism.
Sholom Aleichem Club: Why Should Jews Be Engaged in the Immigration Debate?
Judy Bernstein-Baker, executive director of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society and the Council Migration Service of Philadelphia, will address the question - "Why Should Jews be Engaged in the Immigration Debate?" - at the Sholom Aleichem Club meeting at 2:30 p.m. at Gratz College on Old York Road in Melrose Park. Guest admission is $7 for adults and $2 for students.
The Mt. Airy resident, who believes that Jews should be so engaged, will present a history of immigration from the Jewish perspective and outline issues facing immigrants from different backgrounds today.
The Sholom Aleichem Club, a local Secular Jewish organization, offers meetings which deal with Jewish culture, secular observance of Jewish holidays and diverse current, social, cultural and international issues.
Noah and the Ziz at Kaiserman JCC
Treat your children and yourself to an interactive experience with the award-winning author of the Sammy the Spider series Jacqueline Jules on Sunday, November 13 at the JCCs Kaiserman Branch, 45 Haverford Road in Wynnewood, at 11am as she shares her imagination through songs, fingerplays and lots of audience participation. Noah and the Ziz, is an imagined prequel to the familiar tale, Noah’s Ark. Jules appears with "Ziz", her large yellow stuffed friend – a delightful way to start your Sunday!
Habonim Dror Carnival at Gratz
Come to Gratz for all the Habonim Dror excitement you can possibly handle, to see your friends and your madrichim and have a good time. This event is also about recruitment, recruitment, recruitment! Bring your friends, family, and acquaintances (from the ages of 9-13) you who've always known are really Galil people at heart!
Callas Forever at Klein JCC
The film "Callas Forever," a biographical drama exploring the allure of a comebac for star Maria Callas, will be presented at 7 p.m. at JCCs Klein Branch. Penn State professor emeritus and film lecturer Dr. Moylan Mills will facilitate discussion of the movie. Tickets are $6 for each film and $15 for the film series. For more information, call 215 698-7300 ext. 157.
Renewal of Life -- Healing from the Holocaust by Dr. Henri Parens
Join the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival and psychoanalyst Dr. Henri Parens on Tuesday, November 15 at George Washington High School, 10175 Bustleton Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia, at 10am as Dr. Parens shares his insight into how aggression develops and is shaped in each of us. In Renewal of Life, he introduces us to a special child – himself at age 12 as he escapes from Rivesaltes, a concentration camp in Vichy, France. He reflects now, as a 75 year-old man, on the consequences of it all -- on himself and his family.
Widow and Widowers Support Group at JCC's Kaiserman branchSee details above .
Iraq: Finding the Right Road
At 8:00 pm, JSPAN - the Jewish Social Policy Action Network - will present a free program entitled Iraq: Finding the Right Road. The program will be presented at Congregation Adath Jeshurun on Old York & Ashbourne Roads in Elkins Park.
Dick Polman of The Inquirer, Rabbi Seymour Rosenberg of Adath Jeshurun, and Ed Turzanski of the Foreign Policy Research Institute will discuss our past and future role in that country.
Light refreshments. RSVP: 215-635-2554.
Cinderella Man by Jeremy SchaapCalling all sports fans! Join the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival for an evening with Jeremy Schaap on Wednesday, November 16 at the Gershman Y, Broad and Pine Streets in Philadelphia, at 7pm. An ESPN anchor and national correspondent, Jeremy Schaap is a host of ESPN's Outside the Lines, an issues-oriented news show, as well as its acclaimed SportsCentury series. An Emmy Award-winning reporter, he has also appeared on ABC's World News Tonight and the CBS Evening News and has been published in Sports Illustrated, ESPN: the Magazine, Time, Parade, and The New York Times. Cinderella Man is the fascinating true story of James J. Braddock, a Depression-era boxer and American folk hero, whose life is also the inspiration for a major motion picture.
This event is co-sponsored by the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, Irv Geffen and Independence Brew Pub. Tickets are $15 and include a beer tasting. Must be 21 and up to participate in beer tasting. For more information, please call 215-446-3021
CAMERA presents "Israel and the Palestinians: Realities Behind the Headlines"
A lecture and discussion with Khaled Abu Toameh, independent Arab journalist. Over the last 20 years, he has developed a reputation as an unwavering honest and accurate journalist who can be counted on to protect his sources and faithfully report their revelations, with agenda or filter.
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 7:30pm at Har Zion Temple, 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley, PA. Please RSVP to 610-667-5000 or email@example.com. Free admission. Presented by CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America) and Har Zion Temple.
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin speaks at Kaiserman JCC
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, author of "Around the Family Table," will discuss how many traditions are rooted in the home at 7:30 p.m. at the JCCs Kaiserman Branch, 45 Haverford Road, Wynnewood, as part of the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival. The event is co-sponsored by ACME Kosher Marketplace in Narberth and Send Global International Airtime. Tickets are $10 for an individual and $18 for a couple.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of RelativityCelebrate the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity with the JCCs and Professor Bob on Wednesday, November 16 at 7pm at the Greater Plymouth Community Center, 2910 Jolly Road in Plymouth Meeting. Spend a night exploring Einstein, Freud, Sarnoff, Oppenheimer, and other Jewish scientists. Children will make a project to take home during this hands-on, interactive program.
This event is sponsored in part by a grant from the Bux-Mont Jewish Federation and Greater Plymouth Community Center and co-sponsored by Giant and Clemens Markets. Tickets are $5 per child and free for adults. For more information, please call 215-698-7300, ext. 175.
Wickett's Remedy by Myla GoldbergIn the triumphant follow-up to the best-selling novel Bee Season, we meet a charming heroine whose desire for a better life comes up against the sweep of history. Join author Myla Goldberg on Wednesday, November 16 at the Gershman Y, Broad and Pine Streets in Philadelphia, as she speaks about her new book and sign books.
This event is co-sponsored by Hadassah and the Center City Kehillah. Tickets are $18 for Hadassah members and $25 for general admission and include lunch. For more information, please call 215-446-3021
Around the Family Table by Rabbi Shlomo Riskin at Stern PJDSJoin the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival on Wednesday, November 16 at the JCCs Kaiserman Branch, 45 Haverford Road in Wynnewood at 7:30pm as Rabbi Riskin tells inspiring stories and adds personal commentary about devotion and prayer for the Jewish home. He believes that many uplifting and ancient Jewish traditions are rooted in the home and celebrated with the family. Riskin will leave us with his sensitivity and unique imprint on the importance of Jewish celebrations with the family. Dessert reception and book signing following the program.
This event will be held in the auditorium of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School and is co-sponsored by ACME Kosher Marketplace in Narberth and Send Global International Airtime. Tickets are $10 for an individual and $18 for a couple. All attendees will receive free international calling minutes. For more information, please call 610-896-7770, ext. 125. Babysitting will be available for a nominal fee, please call 610-896-7770, ext. 192, in advance.
Philly Writes! An Open Mike Night Featuring Local Jewish Literary TalentJoin the 12th Annual JCCs Jewish Book Festival for Philly Writes! on Thursday, November 17 at the Gershman Y, Broad and Pine Streets in Philadelphia , at 7:30pm. Discover our region’s rich literary talent at this innovative gathering of Philly area authors. Enjoy short readings from the newly published books of a select group of ten local Jewish authors. Have a book signed at a group reception following the program.
This event will be hosted by Philadelphia ’s own William Lashner, author of Falls the Shadow, is co-sponsored by Shelly and Saul Reibstein and will include a patron event from 6:30-7:30pm. Tickets are $75 for a patron and $12 for general admission. For more information, please call 215-446-3021.
Open House at Saligman Middle School, Perelman Jewish Day School
An enriched middle school experience for your child. 9:30-11:30, Friday, November 18, 2005 at 7613 Old York Road, Melrose Park, PA.
Please RSVP to Adrienne Sherman 215-635-3303 x200. For additional information, contact Linda Grife, Director of Admission 610-658-2518 x207.
Mishkan Shalom Annual Gala and Auction
The annual Gala and Auction to raise funds for Mishkan Shalom will be held at 7:30 p.m. at…The event will feature a live auction and theme for the evening will be "Gratitude -An Evening of Celebration of the Fruit of the Vine." Cost will be $18 per person at the door, with a cash bar. Auction chairs are Robin and Mark Heller and Robert Prischak and David Acker. For more information, call 215 843-1853.
PACT: Parents and Children TogetherSee above.
Young Family Shabbat at Beth Israel of Media6:30PM service led by Rabbi Linda Potemken, 8:00PM adult service, congregant led
542 South Middletown Road (Rt 352), Media, PA 19063 (610) 566-4645
All are welcome
"Out for Love - Be Back Shortly" at University of Pennsylvania Hillel
8:30 p.m.Movie screening preceded by discussion with the film director, Mr. Dan Katzir.
"Today many young Israelis question the personal sacrifices that seem to have
been accepted by the generation that created the Jewish state: disruption of daily
life, constant danger, personal loss. Dan Katzir brilliantly explores these tensions
in his autobiographical documentary, Out for Love - Be Back Shortly."
AIPAC Evening in Support of Israel in the Wanamaker Building Crystal Tea Room
American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC): Salute to Congress, 6 P.M Registration and Dinner
Temple Beth Hillel Beth El Havurah Tikkun Olam project3-5 pm. Thanksgiving craft project with children at Trevor's Place - a homeless shelter at 1624 Poplar Street (about a mile north of center city) RSVP: Ellen Goodman firstname.lastname@example.org. We need 10-20 volunteers and some craft supplies. Children are welcome to come with parents.
Aish Hatorah Cocktail Reception in Villanova
Cocktail reception and dessert party featuring Rabbi Mordechai Becher at Appleford, Estate, Villanova, PA. Contact: Denise Gorlechen email@example.com
Suburban JCC Bnai Aaron "Is Your PC Slow?" Brunch
SJCC/BA Men's Club presents Management Consultant Brad Miller discussing PC's and You: How to Get Back Up To Speed. At 10:00am, 560 Mill Road in Havertown. There will be a free raffle for computer hardware.
Lox & Bagel Breakfast served for only $15. Reservations required. Call 610-446-1967.
"Red Lights" at Klein JCC
The film "Red Lights," a French thriller, will be shown at 7 p.m. at JCCs Klein Branch. Dr. Moylan Mills will facilitate discussion of the movie.
"The Sea Inside" at Klein JCC
"The Sea Inside," which won the Academy Award for Best Language Film of 2004, will be shown at 7 p.m. at JCCs Klein Branch. Discussion of the film will be facilitated by Dr. Moylan Mills.
Widow and Widowers Support Group at JCC's Kaiserman branchSee details above .
The Annual Fashion Show at SJCC B'nai AaronFeaturing the latest styles from Marlene's Dress Shop of Collingswood. A Better-Than-Ever Shopping Extravaganza!
Show Time and Brunch: 10:00, 560 Mill Road in Havertown. RSVP before 11/20/2005 to Andrea DiCristo 610-446-8825 or synagogue office 610-446-1967. Cost: $30 with reservation.
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The Night Before Hannukah Pajama Par-ty! at Suburban JCC Bnai Aaron'Twas the night before Hannukah and into the shul,
Came children in PJ's holding blankets of wool.
With excitement on their faces and slippers on their feet,
They were ready to sing and dance and eat.
"Come join us," they shouted brimming with glee.
Cost: $10 per person (includes pizza, latkes, salad, sundaes, snacks and drinks). $50 family maximum. RSVP by December 16 to Ilene Guzik-Farber 610-353-6072 firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlebach "Shabbat on Time" Service & Dinner at Suburban JCC Bnai Aaron
4:15 Chanukah candle-lighting following by Carlebach "Shabbat on time" at 4:27 p.m. and dinner. $15 adult, $10 child, max $50 per family. Non-members $20 adult, $15 child, max $60 per family. RSVP: 610-446-1967. email@example.com .