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Programs & Classes
Katz Family Library Book Group
Tuesday, November 28 at 10:30 am
The book group will meet via Zoom to discuss "Coco at the Ritz" by Gioia Diliberto. This is a riveting and prismatic novel of the eternally enigmatic Coco Chanel in the aftermath of World War II. Though her name is synonymous with elegance and style, the iconic Coco Chanel had a complicated dark side, and in late August 1944, as World War II drew to a close, she was arrested and interrogated on charges of treason to France. Many of the facts are lost to history, but this much is known: the charges grew out of her war-time romance with a German spy, and she was taken in for questioning. Was Chanel truly a collaborator? Rich with history and filled with emotional truths, this is a story about the choices one woman made when the stakes were the highest.
Contact the TBE office for the Zoom link.
Friday, December 1 – Service 6:00 pm / Dinner 7:00 pm
Enjoy a delicious Hanukkah-themed Shabbat dinner with your family and friends at TBE! Hanukkah begins the evening of Thursday, December 7.
The dinner will be catered by Meital, and the menu includes: Challah and grape juice; field greens with poached pears, cranberries and candied pecans with a cider vinaigrette; orange glazed chicken breasts; homemade potato latkes and applesauce; steamed green beans; fresh fruit; and apple crisp. Feel free to BYOB.
The actual cost of this dinner is $28 per person. We want to make it as affordable as possible for our members, so we are offering a sliding scale from $20-$36 per person. If you are able to contribute more than $28, this will allow us to help those in our community who need a subsidy. Thank you for your generosity! Tables of 8 may be reserved – please indicate the names of everyone at your table with your reservation. Click here to R.S.V.P. by Wednesday, November 22.
How October 7th Changed Everything and What We Need to Do About It
Featuring Rabbi David Wolpe
Sunday, December 10 at 10:30 am
Join us for the inaugural Ruth and Fred Weiss (z"l) Lecture featuring Rabbi David Wolpe. One of the most engaging and approachable Jewish voices of our time, Rabbi David Wolpe will share urgent insights and action items in the aftermath of Hamas' massacre in the south of Israel. Join this powerful community event to unite in our history, take pride in Jewish life, and show our support for Israel.
For more details,Click here.
Registration is required. Click here to register.