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The Great Big Challah Bake

October 21, 2021

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Join the St. Paul Jewish Federation for the 5th Annual Challah Bake!

Pirkei Avot: Ancient Rabbinic Wisdom for Today’s World

October 22, 2021

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The imperative to live life from your true self, as the image and likeness of God, flowers in the words of the early Rabbis (250 BCE–250 CE), who captured God’s call to be holy in Pirke Avot, a collection of pithy sayings on how best to live an ethical life. Come study this ancient work with much to say to our lives today. Location: Online via Zoom Meeting ID: 829 9714 3476 Passcode: 267311 Teacher: Sara Lynn Newberger Drop in; no experience…

Shabbat Pizza Party with Moishe Pod

October 22, 2021

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Parkway pizza + wine? Perfect combo. Join us in welcoming Shabbat at our pod on Friday the 22nd. Please RSVP to state your pizza preferences and accessibility needs. This event will be indoors so please come as your best, vaccinated, self. Find the survey here: https://forms.gle/82Fh8cwQUGoWAp6d9

Learn To Dive Clinic

October 23, 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 People’s Violin

October 23, 2021

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A filmmaker with a faltering career receives a grant to make a documentary about his father, a famous Jewish author and therapist for Holocaust survivors. When the discovery of a mysterious violin slowly uncovers the family’s unspoken history, the project turns into a gripping quest for truth. This intriguing and suspenseful drama, framed as a documentary, reveals the complexity of family, relationships, and the search for identity. ⦁ For subscription information, click here for ticket prices and more. ⦁ Call…

The Evolving State of American Jews

October 24, 2021

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Or Emet members Barry Cohen, Allan Malkis and Howard Schneider, retired sociologists with applied research backgrounds, will discuss changes and trends in Jewish demographics, practices and beliefs with important implications for Or Emet and the Minnesota Jewish community. The program will be at the Talmud Torah of St. Paul, 768 Hamline Ave. South in St. Paul and over Zoom. Register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/…/tZ0tdumqqTwoG9zucFwwT…. Read more details about the program here: https://oremet.org/evolving-state-of-american-jews/ (Photo illustration credit: Pew Research Center)

The People’s Violin

October 24, 2021

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A filmmaker with a faltering career receives a grant to make a documentary about his father, a famous Jewish author and therapist for Holocaust survivors. When the discovery of a mysterious violin slowly uncovers the family’s unspoken history, the project turns into a gripping quest for truth. This intriguing and suspenseful drama, framed as a documentary, reveals the complexity of family, relationships, and the search for identity. ⦁ For subscription information, click here for ticket prices and more. ⦁ Call…

Concert with Cantor Azi Schwartz

October 24, 2021

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An Evening of music and celebration with world renowned Cantor Azi Schwartz in concert Special guest appearance by Cantor Audrey Abrams from Beth El Synagogue Cantor Azi Schwartz is the Senior Cantor of Park Avenue Synagogue in New York, and is a world-renowned vocal performer and recording artist whose music reaches Jewish and interfaith audiences internationally. His craft of Jewish liturgical music has been described as emotionally moving, spiritually uplifting, and artistically dynamic. Tickets for October 24 on sale now!

The People’s Violin

October 24, 2021

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A filmmaker with a faltering career receives a grant to make a documentary about his father, a famous Jewish author and therapist for Holocaust survivors. When the discovery of a mysterious violin slowly uncovers the family’s unspoken history, the project turns into a gripping quest for truth. This intriguing and suspenseful drama, framed as a documentary, reveals the complexity of family, relationships, and the search for identity. ⦁ For subscription information, click here for ticket prices and more. ⦁ Call…