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Events for March 3, 2020

March, 2020

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  • Youth Symposium on the Holocaust

    High school students learn about the universal lessons of the Holocaust through presentations and small-group discussions with Holocaust survivors.

  • JFCS – Living Well: 99 stories from the Mikveh

    For thousands of years, the Jewish ritual bath called mikveh has been an exclusive and integral part of Jewish life. In recent decades, there has been renewed interest in reinventing and rejuvenating this time-honored and quintessentially Jewish rite through both traditional usages of mikveh and creating new rituals punctuated by poetry, songs, and prayers to […]

  • Jewish Author Series at KI: Saul Bellow, A Silver Dish

    Tuesday March 3, 1:00 p.m. Short Story Discussion, “A Silver Dish”, with Evonne Kruger This is a 1978 short story first published in The New Yorker. The story observes sixty-year-old Chicago businessman Woody Selbst as he comes to terms with the death of his father, a con-man and petty thief. “A Silver Dish” was collected […]

  • Adult Beginning Hebrew

    Interested in learning Hebrew or just want to brush up on the Aleph-Bet? Cost*: $600 members, $900 non-members. To register or for information, contact Candice Nemoff (cnemoff@rodephshalom.org). *If cost is an issue, let us know.

  • Judaism’s Gifts to the World

    Join us for the newest class from the Jewish Learning Institute! By most indications, modern society is a model of moral progress. Yet when it comes to everyday values, we still grapple with the big ones… What are our responsibilities toward the less fortunate? How do we fashion a more moral and equal society? How […]

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