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The Beth Torah

Culture Club

Offers activities and events throughout the year for Beth Torah members and non-members alike. For us “culture” includes film, art, theater, technology, Jewish history, symphony, museums, architecture and more.
Take advantage of this chance to do new things and —  when the Beth Torah campus reopens — meet new people.

 
Everyone is welcome, so plan to include family and friends.

UPCOMING

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

TECHNOLOGY RESCUE: A BETTER BITE OF THE APPLE
Monday, January 11 at 12:30 pm
 
Do you own an iPad? An iPhone? A Mac computer? Anyone with one or more Apple electronic devices is welcome to participate.
 
We’ve got some tips and tricks on the agenda, but even better you get to choose in advance what you would like to learn.

Register before January 6th to choose a topic or pose an advance question. Regular registration closes January 10th.
 
There is no charge for Beth Torah and Sisterhood members. Community members $5. 
 

 

ROCK OF ISRAEL
Thursday, January 21 at 7:30 pm
 
Rock of Israel: How does Judaism influence American popular culture, especially rock music? What are the Jewish voices and what are those voices saying?  
 
Culture Club is pleased to welcome back Rabbi Jeffrey Salkin who informed and entertained us last year with an in depth look at Bob Dylan and this year will focus on Leonard Cohen.
 
Please join us for this fascinating subject presented by a most engaging and knowledgeable speaker. Music clips will be included and there will be ample opportunity for Q&A.
 
Beth Torah and Sisterhood members $10. Community members $15. Beth Torah members may request the admission fee be waived due to personal circumstances. 
 
 
 
ISRAEL AND THE MIDDLE EAST. WHAT NOW?
Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:30 pm
  
Culture Club is pleased to welcome Shoshana Bryen, Senior Director of the Jewish Policy Center, to speak on a subject about which she is an acknowledged expert. The depth and breadth of Bryen’s knowledge and understanding, along with her ability to clearly present facts without political overtones or wishful thinking, make her a most eloquent speaker. 
 
Please join us for this in depth discussion. There will be ample opportunity for Q&A.
 
Beth Torah and Sisterhood members $10. Community members $15. Beth Torah members may request the admission fee be waived due to personal circumstances. 
 

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