January 2019 Get the Folk Out

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Greetings all, and happy new year! We’ll be trying something new out this month – Ian Fishman, who recently joined me (Charley) for a week in Israel with Honeymoon Israel. Ian wanted to take a crack out this month’s GTFO – so get ready! Starting the New Year Off Right Makom Fridays Friday, January 4th […]

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Moishe House is Ready to Rock – Silently

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Moishe House Twin Cities is so excited to host our 2018 Silent Disco Hanukkah Party! What the Hanukkah is a Silent Disco? A Silent Disco, also known as a Silent Rave, is a new DJ solution for throwing epic parties. But now, without disturbing your neighbors! Each attendee will be given a set of wireless […]

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Car Menorah Parade

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Saturday, December 8,2018 Join us as 40 cars with menorahs will be driving through Saint Paul and Minneapolis. start – Adath Israel synagogue  2337 Edgcumbe Rd. staging -6:30 p.m. parade beginning-6:45 p.m. Finish with a menorah lighting at the giant menorah in Saint Louis Park off Highway 100 if you would like a menorah on you’re […]

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We need your St. Paul Artifacts and Photos!

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JHSUM is seeking artifacts, photos and records related to the Jewish communities and institutions in St. Paul from the early 1900’s through the 1960’s. This is for our comprehensive St. Paul Jewish History Project. Please tell us what you have at [email protected]

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We Get It, These Gala Events Usually Suck…

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The Saint Paul Jewish Federation has always been committed to serving our community. As a part of that, we have absorbed feedback from last year’s events, and are pleased to present – several reasons why YOU should attend the St. Paul Jewish Federation’s Annual Gala. 1. OPEN BAR!! via GIPHY 2. Fancy A$$ Dinner (Glatt […]

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Mount Zion to Host Exhibit of Jewish Life in Canada

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The exhibit will be on display in the month of June. The US-Canada border is the longest undefended border in the world. For nearly 250 years, the Jewish community has made important contributions to life in Canada, from human rights and architecture to government and the arts.  This valuable legacy is explored in a new, […]

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