Book Clubs – Our book clubs are a great way to socialize while discussing a great book. We have a time for everyone – Morning, Evening and Sunday mornings – a book club open to both men and women. As available we will link the book to Amazon so you can order, read and join in.
Associates Israel Book Group
Will meet at synagogues in Dallas on Scheduled Sunday mornings. Breakfast and beverages are provided. Men and Women are welcomed. Email Bob Epstein to RSVP or if your synagogues would like to host one of our meetings. email@example.com
Sunday March 17th– Israel Book Club – 10am to 11:15am at Congregation Shearith Israel, 9401 Douglas Ave., Dallas, TX 75225. Jews in American Politicsby Sandy L Maisa A light kosher breakfast will be served -Free event, but pleaseRSVP to: Macabee1948@aol.com
Morning Book Club
The Morning Book Group meets the 4th Thurs. morning of each month (unless change noted) in the Living Room at the JCC, from 10:30 to 12 noon. Reminders are sent by email.For information, contact: Rose Biderman 214-363-1911 or Sandy Kronick 972-596-8024
Thursday, February 28th at 10:30 to 12:00pm at the JCC – Morning Book Club - The Midwife of Venice by Roberta Rich
No meeting on March 28th due to Passover
Thursday, April 25th at 10:30 to 12:00pm at the JCC – Morning Book Club - One More River by Mary Glickman
The Evening Book Group
The evening book club meets quarterly to discuss selected novels.For further information, please contact Jo Zeffren,firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 972-239-7643.
Wednesday, March 6that 7:30 pm at the home of Carol Wolanow, we will be discussing The Shoemaker’s Wife. This novel was inspired by author Adriana Trigiani's grandparents' story, Lucia and Carlo. Trigiani says, "Their love was a dance with fate. It is riddled with near misses against a landscape of such massive world events that it’s a wonder they got together at all."For further information, please contact Jo Zeffren,email@example.com, or call 972-239-7643.