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Mother, Can You Not?

There is nothing more precious than a mother’s love…

Four years ago, Kate Siegel shared with the world the incredibly overbearing, wonderfully annoying, 
amazingly hilarious LOVE of her mother.

On Wednesday, November 28th Instagram sensation #CrazyJewishMom and her beloved Spawn are coming to Princeton!

Join us for a fun-filled evening all mothers & daughters can appreciate. Event includes wine & small bites, vendor shopping, and a presentation by Kate Siegel, author of Mother, Can You Not? and the original #CrazyJewishMom, Kim Friedman.

PURCHASE YOUR TICKET TODAY!

General Admission: $50 Event recommended for ages 16+

Interested in Vendor Opportunities? Sponsorship? Ticketing Questions? Contact Eden Aaronson at EdenA@jfcsonline.org or call 609-987-8100 x113.

Nosh & Knowledge Presents: Meet Mimi Schwartz, Author of “When History is Personal”

Description: We are pleased to welcome, Mimi Schwartz, author of When History Is Personal. Mimi’s latest book contains stories of twenty-five moments in her life, each heightened by its connection to historical, political, and social issues. These essays look both inward and outward so that these individualized tales tell a larger story – of assimilation, the women’s movement, racism, anti-semitism, end-of-life issues, ethics in writing, digital and corporate challenges, and courtroom justice.

Mimi is a shrewd and discerning storyteller, who captures history from her vantage as a child of German-Jewish immigrants, a wife of over fifty years, a breast cancer survivor, a working mother, a traveler, a tennis player, a daughter, and a widow. In adding her personal story to the larger narrative of history, culture, and politics. Mimi invites readers to consider her personal take alongside “official” histories and offers readers fresh assessments of our collective past. Books will be available for sale and for signing. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person.

Location: Beth El Synagogue (50 Maple Stream Road)

Date: Wednesday, October 10th at 12:30pm

RSVP: Required to Beth Englezos by 10/5 at bethe@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 126

Mini Mitzvah Night

THIS EVENT IS POSTPONDED. Stay tuned for new date!

Description: Show your love on Tu B’Av, Israel’s festival of love! Create Rosh HaShanah gift bags for Kosher Meals on Wheels clients, and residents of Acorn Glen and Greenwood House. Make sure to bring a sweet for the new year to be included in the bags. Teens will make bags and help lead the projects! Ages 2-18 are welcome but kids below grade 2, please come with a parent. BONUS, Pizza will be served!

*Congregation Beth Chaim will be Co-Sponsoring this event*

Date: Thursday July 26th from 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Location: Congregation Beth Chaim (329 Village Road East, Princeton Junction)

RSVP: to Eden Aaronson at EdenA@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 113

To see Flyer: Click here

 

Nosh & Knowledge Presents The Summer Reading Series: “Henna House” by Nomi Eve

Description: Our Summer reading series begins with Henna House, by Nomi Eve. This is an intimate family portrait interwoven with the traditions of the Yemenite Jews and the history of the holocaust and Israel. This sensuous tale of love, loss, betrayal, forgiveness – and the dyes that adorn the skin and pierce the heart – will captivate readers until the very last page. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person.

Date: Thursday, June 28th at 12:30PM
Location: Congregation Beth Chaim (329 Village Road East, Princeton Junction)
RSVP: Required by 6/22 to Beth Englezos at Bethe@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 126

J-Serve: Jewish Teens Serving the World

Join local Jewish 6th-12th grade teens for an International Day of Jewish Youth Service & National Mitzvah Day!

 

April 15, 2018

 

***Pre-Registration Required!***

To register visit: http://jserve.org/2018-project-registration-pmb
More info: Celeste at Celestea@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 210

 

Nice T!ts: A Reconstructive Comedy with Amy Marcs

 

Description: Amy had a great rack. Then she got cancer. This Off-Broadway show is a reconstructive comedy about hope, love and the resiliency of the human spirit. Written and performed by Amy Marcs, directed by Peter Michael Marino, hear her personal story with breast cancer in her unique storytelling style. Enjoy this one-woman show followed by a panel discussion with medical & mental health professionals and breast cancer survivors. Linda Grenis is chairwoman.

Location: Hopewell Theater (5 South Greenwood Ave, Hopewell NJ)

Date: March 27th at 7:00pm

Tickets: To register click here

More Info: Flyer / Eden Aaronson at 609-987-8100 ext. 113 or EdenA@jfcsonline.org

The Empty Chair: Dealing With Grief During Passover

Description: Join us for a unique one-time support session for all grieving during Passover. Passover is the most family- centered Jewish Holiday. You will discuss living with your sadness when others are celebrating a festive meal, what you do and don’t want at your seder this year, and possible new rituals and traditions. This group will be facilitated by Chaplin Beverly Rubman.

Date: Tuesday March 20th from 6:30PM to 8:00PM

Location: Jewish Family & Children’s Service (707 Alexander Rd. Suite 102, Princeton)

Cost: Free

To Register: Contact Beverly Rubman at Beverlyr@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 151