NYC-based writer and performer Amy Marcs, brings her critically acclaimed, one-woman reconstructive Nice T!ts to our community on Thursday November 30th, in partnership with the Princeton YWCA Breast Cancer Resource Center and Sharsharet. Admission is $15 per person.
Join Rabbi Adena Blum on November 30th, as she leads participants on an examination of Jewish texts relating to gratitude and offer participants tools for recognizing – and cultivating – thankfulness in their own lives. RSVP required to Beth E. by 11/22 to firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-987-8100, ext 126.
Join us on November 8th, as Michelle Napell, Executive Director of JFCS, will talk about hunger in our area and what the agency is doing to help. RSVP to Beth E at email@example.com or 609-987-8100 ext 126 required by 11/3.
Join us on November 7th for coffee, a nosh and lively conversation on the latest news and trends related to Jewish politics, businesses and more. Free and open to the community. RSVP to Beth Englezos at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 126
**Please note, this event is CANCELED until new date is determined.** On November 5th, Use your change to be the change. Network with young Jewish professionals. Consider best practices in philanthropy. Discover NGOs whose mission speaks to you. How will you make a difference? Register online for this new event here.
Join us on November 2 at 10:30am where we will time travel through American Jewish history and pop culture as we revisit the Borscht Belt – once home to about 500 hotels and 50,000 bungalows in the Catskill Mountains. Presented by Marisa Schienfeld, her new book will show photographs of abandoned sites where bungalows once boomed as well as sites that have been repurposed.
Hear the story of Gold’s Horseradish on October 18th, how it was built and lasted 44 years until it was sold in 2015. Marc, grandson of founder Hyman Gold will be sharing the story of the business. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person. RSVP required to Beth E at email@example.com or 609-987-8100 ext. 126 by 10/11.
As we gather between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Ann Berman-Waldorf will lead us in conversation about what makes a life well lived. Loosely based around the text from Psalms,”,” (90:12); this discussion will focus on finding meaning, purpose and a sense of renewal as we begin a new year. RSVP required by 9/20 to Beth E. at 609-987-8100 ext. 126
Join us on September 13th, for a visual tour of archaeological finds in Israel that shed new light on Jewish religious practices while the Second Temple still stood and after its destruction. RSVP is required to Beth E. by 9/8.
This program is a unique one-time support session for all who are grieving. It will cover: living with your sadness when others are celebrating family at festive meals; attendance at High Holiday services; and finding comfort in community. This group will be facilitated by Chaplain Beverly Rubman. Light refreshments will be served. Must be Pre-registered but the program is free.