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Harry Kay Leadership Institute Mission

October 17, 2021

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Harry Kay Leadership Institute – Cohort X runs from October 2019 through 2021 Harry Kay Leadership Institute is the Twin Cities flagship program for developing and training Jewish leaders.  Started in 1993, the program established the standard for locally developed, high level, Jewish leadership training programs in the Unites States and, over the years since, has inspired and assisted emerging leaders in addressing the issues and challenges facing the Twin Cities’ Jews as a community and individually. Through the course…

Twin Cities Jewish Film Festival presents ‘The Two Lives of Rube Goldberg’

October 17, 2021

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The Two Lives of Rube Goldberg Documentary | 40 min | English | Directed by Geoffrey George October 17 • 2 p.m. Legendary cartoonist Rube Goldberg (1886-1970) was one of the great cultural icons of the 20th Century. His drawings of unwieldy fantasy inventions became a fixture of American popular entertainment and cemented his reputation as one of the most astute and prescient satirists of The Machine Age. In “The Two Lives of Rube Goldberg,” director Geoffrey George (Goldberg’s youngest…

Learn To Dive Clinic

October 24, 2021

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Want to learn how to dive? Whether you’re a swimmer who wants to learn how to dive, or a new competitive swimmer that wants to dive off the block, these 30-minute clinics are a fun way to learn. Sign up for individual clinics – swimmers will go through progression if attending more than one. We hope to see you there! COST: $28 • $20 MEMBER VALUE PRICE/SESSION Prerequisites: Participants must have the ability to swim ten yards. For questions or to register,…

The Rest is Commentary – Now Go and Learn It

October 25, 2021

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The Weekly Torah Portion through the Lens of Classic Interpretation. In person at Beth Jacob or virtually on Zoom. Taught by Rabbi Adam Rubin zoom:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89245456129

A Four-Part Conversation on Racial Justice

October 25, 2021

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via Zoom Led by EDOT, a regional Jewish diversity and racial justice collaborative, in partnership with Mount Zion’s Tzedek Committee. Blessed are they who observe justice, who do righteousness at all times! – Psalm 106:3 Judaism commands us to pursue justice for our communities, all peoples, and our world. Mount Zion’s Tzedek Committee believes it is important for us to address racism, to build a more inclusive congregation, and to become strong allies to BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) communities.…

Torah and Mindfulness through the Lens of Hasidic Masters

October 26, 2021

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Join us for lively discussion, rich text study, and compelling analysis. As we come to each Torah portion each year, we find new inspiration, new meanings, and new connections with the text. We use materials that enable us to access the depth and richness of Hasidic spirituality presented in contemporary terms. Our texts (in English) are the comments of a Hasidic master on the Torah portion, and its extension based in mindfulness practice and Jewish spirituality. Time: Tuesdays, 8:30 – 9:45…