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Temima High School Musical Production at OVS

At OVS, next Monday and Tuesday evenings, March 25th & 26th

Once again, Temima HS for Girls is bringing an inspiring, entertaining and exciting Professional Musical Production to Congregation OVS.

This years show is called #T.H.I.S

Come on Home & find the Gift that's waiting there for you!

Join us as the Temima students bring to life the Serenity & Connection of Shabbos through Song, Dance & Drama!

To order tickets or sponsor the show, go to Temima's webpage  

or call Temima High School at 404-315-0507 for tickets and other details.

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival for Young Professionals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHORTS AND SHMOOZE

Please join AJFF’s young professionals for AJFF Connects: Shorts & Schmooze on March 26th at Urban Tree Cidery (1465 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta) The program will include a series of short films, all themed around one of everyone's favorite topics: food.

Titles include:  Wendy's Shabbat, Bagels in the Blood, The Chop, Bacon & God’s Wrath, and Tuesdays are for Burekas.

For tickets go to their webpage for all the details (and to get your $12 ticket, which includes one cider, food, and the film program).

 

The Daffodil Dash

The Daffodil Dash is a 1mile & 5K Run/Walk in memory of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust. This race raises awareness and funds for Holocaust Education and for children suffering in humanitarian crises in the world today.

Proceeds benefit Am Yisrael Chai!, a non profit Holocaust Education and Awareness organization, as well as the “Kids for Kids”, “Raising South Sudan” and “Agahozo Shalom”, organizations helping children and families in remote villages in Darfur, South Sudan and Rwanda.

The race will be held on Sunday, March 31st, 2019 at Brook Run Park,
4770 North Peachtree Rd in Dunwoody. For more information, go to their webpage 

Callanwolde Concert Band performs at Beth Jacob

 

 

You are cordially invited to attend a free concert by the Callanwolde Concert Band
on Sunday, March 31, 2019, at 3:00 pm, in Heritage Hall
at Congregation Beth Jacob Synagogue (1855 Lavista Road,Atlanta, Ga. 30329).

Conductor/Music Director Glenn Moore will be joined by Assistant Conductors Kurt Wackerly and Stan Kramer.

The Band, a 65 member community volunteer group formed in 1972, is
Dekalb County's premier symphonic wind ensemble. It is a registered 501
(c-3) charitable organization. Admission is FREE, no charge. Your
donation to support the Band is gratefully accepted and appreciated.

The program theme is "A Musical Passport to Europe". Among the works
featured are: The Italian in Algiers, by Rossini; British 8th, by
Elliott; American in Paris, by Gershwin; Water Music Suite, by Handel;
Irish Tune From County Derry, by Grainger, and more.

Further information about the band is available on its website



 

Synagogue Inclusion Meeting

 

 

 

Wednesday | April 10 | 10 am-12 pm | Congregation B'nai Torah
700 Mount Vernon Hwy, Atlanta, GA 30328

 

Join JAA and the Greater Atlanta Community as we hear from B'nai Torah about their inclusion and accessibility efforts.

We invite parents, grandparents, families, self-advocates, congregational leaders and community members who serve to help bring awareness, resources and opportunities within the synagogue for people with special needs and their families.

The goal is to gather like-minded people interested in starting or advancing their synagogue’s inclusion efforts.
 

Upcoming Atlanta Jewish Federation Trips Abroad

 

 

 

 

Morocco: September 1-9
The Jewish community of Morocco has succeeded in maintaining a strong and vibrant Jewish community over the years. Join us as we explore the rich and colorful culture of Fez, Rabat, Casablanca and Marrakech.

Men’s Journey to Israel: November 3-9

This unique trip will explore modern Israel through technology, business and exciting experiences. Join us as we dive deeper into culture, politics and the partnership between Atlanta and Israel.

Culinary & Arts Tour of Israel: December 8-14

Explore Israeli history and culture to understand all the influences that have created Israel’s exciting Mediterranean fusion vibe. See a groundbreaking opera in Tel Aviv. Dine “high” and “low,” enjoying Israeli markets and street food, exploring wines, and meeting innovative Israeli chefs.

 

To find out more, go to the Federation's webpage

 

Sat, March 23 2019 16 Adar II 5779