Description: Local Author Rachel Levy Lesser discusses her newly released book and reflects on the significance and sentimentality of accessories she acquired throughout her life.
Date: Thursday, December 5th at 7:00PM
Location: Shir Ami (101 Richboro Rd, Newtown)
Wine and dessert reception $36 per person – Register here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/aAIj-g?vid=1yo36
More Info: Eden Aaronson at 609-987-8100 ext. 113 or EdenA@jfcsonline.org
DESCRIPTION: Freedom Song is a trans formative musical created by Beit T’Shuvah that interweaves the story of Passover and personal stories of addiction.
The cast is made up of addicts in recovery from drugs, alcohol, gambling and other destructive behaviors.
This performance will dispel the myth that Jews are immune to addiction and the message will resonate with all.
Through songs, dance, tears, laughter and post-show discussion with the cast, Freedom Song will open your eyes to the real life struggle against the “bondage of self” that we all fight every day.
LOCATION: NJHA Confrence & Event Center (760 Alexander Road, Princeton)
DATE: Sunday November 3 from 2-4PM *Doors open at 1:30pm*
Free and open to the community but RSVP requested by Oct 29th
Text FREEDOMSONG to 51555 to RSVP
RSVP Online Here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/AULfBg?vid=1jn6j
Questions? Contact Helaine Isaacs at 609-987-8100 ext. 104
Sponsored By: The Jewish Federation – Ariel Eden Malberg Memorial Fund at the Jewish Community Foundation – Adath Israel Congregation – Beth El East Windsor – Congregation Beth Chaim – Congregation Beth El – ICARE of East Windsor Hightstown – Congregation Kehilat Shalom – Congregation Kol Emet – The Fishbane Family – JCC Princeton Mercer Bucks – The Jewish Center – Penn Medicine of Princeton House – Temple Micah – Shir Ami
Each May, the Administration for Community Living leads our nation in observance of Older Americans Month. We are proud that the work of our Senior Services Department at JFCS so well reflects this year’s themes: Connect, Create, Contribute.
For most couples, going out for a meal or an activity is a normal part of life. But when one of the members of the couple is memory-impaired, even the simplest activity is filled with anxiety and difficulty. JFCS has created a unique program to help caregivers and their spouses with memory impairments to enjoy time out together, combining a caregiver support group with an engaging activity for the care recipient. Join us as a new group begins Thursday September 6th at 10:30am.