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Six Points Theater’s “Two Jews Walk Into A War…”

May 21, 2022

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with Avi Aharoni and Nathan Keepers  Zeblyan and Ishaq are the last two Jews living in Kabul. While they both want to urgently repopulate their ancient Jewish community, how to do so is something they cannot agree upon. Against a backdrop of explosions and bullets, the two men must reconcile their theological differences and work together. Inspired by true events, this play balances Borscht Belt humor and poignancy in a touching look at cultural continuity. ⦁ Call the Box Office…

ECJFE – Early Childhood Jewish Family Education

May 22, 2022

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Join this parent/child infant and toddler class (ages 0-2) for connection, reflection, and support from your Adath community. This hour-long class will provide discussion around child development and parenting with a licensed parenting educator from Hopkins Public Schools’ Early Childhood programs. We invite you to participate as a family. Spring Session: Sunday Mornings, 9:30-10:30 a.m. at Adath April 24, May 1, 15, 22, 29 Questions? Contact Jenifer Robins, Director of Young Adult and Family Life at [email protected] or 952.212.6128 Please only…

Six Points Theater’s “Two Jews Walk Into A War…”

May 22, 2022

3 min

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with Avi Aharoni and Nathan Keepers  Zeblyan and Ishaq are the last two Jews living in Kabul. While they both want to urgently repopulate their ancient Jewish community, how to do so is something they cannot agree upon. Against a backdrop of explosions and bullets, the two men must reconcile their theological differences and work together. Inspired by true events, this play balances Borscht Belt humor and poignancy in a touching look at cultural continuity. ⦁ Call the Box Office…

Spring Artist Salon with Adam McKinney

May 22, 2022

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Rimon closes its 2021-22 Artist Salon season with a commissioned work by dancer/choreographer/activist Adam McKinney. McKinney will present his creative dance research on themes associated with Jewish and Queer practices of love and loss. Investigating the intersection of racism and anti-Semitism, the work-in-process is set to nature sounds, Jazz, Jewish liturgical, and Yiddish music. As part of the interactive presentation, McKinney will engage viewers in thinking about the role of memory and social justice action.

Mussar for Communities of Obligation

May 23, 2022

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Inspired by the Jewish wisdom traditions of Mussar (applied Jewish ethics) and Chassidut (applied Jewish mysticism), David Jaffe’s book, Changing the World from the Inside Out, creates an integrated path of personal and societal change. This course seeks to make your justice work more effective because it is spiritually grounded, nourishing, and sustainable. It will create a vision of a more equitable, compassionate, and sustainable society. It seeks to move social justice work beyond its fractured particular issue focus towards…

Professionals Networking & Happy Hour

May 24, 2022

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Wrap the month of May up with the JLink™ Jewish professionals community! Get together with up & comers, mid-career professionals, industry veterans, and everyone in between for a networking social & happy hour at Lake Monster Brewing. Your first drink is on Jewfolk! To get the most from this networking opportunity, come prepared to talk about your professional background as well as current opportunities, resources, or asks you may have for the community. We will meet outside on Lake Monster’s…

Early Childhood Jewish Family Education Classes

May 24, 2022

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Attention first time parents! Starting Tuesday April 26th, our spring session of ECJFE (Early Childhood Jewish Family Education) class begins. This is a FREE 6-week class that meets Tuesday evenings from 5:45-6:45 pm (4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31). The class is geared towards first time parents of babies ages 0-15 months and is open to anyone in the Jewish community. You do not need to be a member of Beth El Synagogue to participate. We encourage all parents and babies to attend the classes…

Why a Tradition? with Earl Schwartz

May 24, 2022

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Why a tradition when we’re so far from those thens and theres? with Earl Schwartz Dates:  Wednesdays, May 4 – June 1 Time:  7:00-8:00 PM CDT Location:  Zoom Cost:  $75 In this series, we explore the claim of the Jewish past on the Jewish present. There is an unavoidable tension between this lien on the here-and-now and the primacy of individual rights and personal choices in liberal democratic societies. Our objective is to better understand this tension. We begin by exploring conflicting comments by…

The Jews of Shanghai presented by Women of Adath

May 24, 2022

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Women of Adath presents: The Jews of Shanghai Tuesday, May 24, 7-8:30 p.m. on Zoom with Helene Herman The story of Jewish survival in Shanghai is one that most Americans do not know but one that is taught throughout China. Zoom Meeting ID: 591 753 1596. Questions? Contact Ardis Wexler at 952.210.7497. For more programming like this, visit our website at adathjeshurun.org/adults