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Biblical Hebrew 2

October 23, 2018

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This class is a continuation of last year’s Introduction to Biblical Hebrew, but it is open to anyone who is conversant with the major binyanim and the elementary grammar of Biblical Hebrew. Our goal is to use the fundamentals we’ve acquired over the past year to increase our vocabulary and fluency with the Hebrew of the Siddur and Tanach. We’ll be using The First Hebrew Reader: Guided Selections from the Hebrew Bible, by Jessica Goldstein, EKS Publishing Co. New students may…

Family Yoga Night

October 23, 2018

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Join us for a family-friendly yoga session and a light dinner. For more information or to RSVP: (651) 698-8807 or email [email protected] Presented by The Newman School and PJ Library.

Hennepin County Attorney Forum

October 23, 2018

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Please join NCJW Minnesota, Jewish Community Action, League of Women Voters Minnesota, and ACLU of Minnesota for a Hennepin County Attorney Forum with candidates Mike Freeman for Hennepin County Attorney and Mark Haase for Hennepin County Attorney. 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. – Arrival and casual conversations 7:00 – 8:15 p.m. – Candidate forum

Raise The Roof: J-HAP Benefit Concert

October 23, 2018

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Please save the date for J-HAP’s first annual benefit! More details to be announced.

StandWithUs Between the Lines Tour October 2018

October 23, 2018

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BETWEEN THE LINES Voices of Israel: Stories Untold The Between the Lines Tour is a unique opportunity to hear the stories of two inspiring young Israelis–their struggles, their successes, their military service, and their hopes and dreams. We encourage participants to ask the tough questions and to learn what it is actually like to live in a country that is the subject of so much discussion in the media and in schools around the world.

ACROSS THE WATERS – presented by the TCJ Film Festival

October 23, 2018

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A musician and his family make a frantic escape from Nazi-occupied Denmark, in this white-knuckled Danish drama. Enjoying the nightlife in 1943 Copenhagen, jazz guitarist Arne Itkin initially dismisses his wife Miriam’s concerns about rumors of the round-up and deportation of Danish Jews. A night raid, however, forces the couple to flee with their young son to the fishing village of Gilleleje, where refugees await passage to Sweden by boat. As the Gestapo and Danish collaborators close in, the family…

The Trail Forward: Music Making Change

October 24, 2018

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Lisa Gutkin–violinist in The Klezmatics–offers a first look at her work-in-progress, The Trail Forward.  The piece came out of her experience growing up with 85 lefty, Jewish, outdoor-loving, garment worker grandparents. Rabbi Arielle Lekach-Rosenberg joins Lisa in conversation about the power of music to ignite change.