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11 AM Pacific/AZ, Noon Mountain, 1 PM Central for this event. Bring your own lunch and learn how to write your personal ethical will and create a legacy that your loved ones will remember. No Fee to attend. Please consider donating to Hadassah.
Join us as we pay tribute to Esther Yelen Berman and Marlene Kaplan, two exemplary pillars of the Hadassah and Jewish communities. Honor Esther and Marlene in person at Bryn Mawr Country Club and enjoy wonderful drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and desserts.
5:00pm:We will virtually visit the Lower East Side of Manhattan on a 1 hour tour of The Tenement Museum. We will meet the Epstein’s of Orchard Street in the 1950’s. Mr. and Mrs. Epstein survived the Holocaust and raised their 2 daughters there.
Author and past National Vice President of Hadassah, Liz Fox, will discuss her very personal book, which is based on excerpts of over 2000 letters written between her parents during World War II.
This program will discuss the ordinary physicians who decided who would live (a little while longer as laborers in the concentrations camps) and who would die (straight to the gas chambers).
Tuesday, October 19 at 11:30 AM MDT join journalist Akiva van Koningsveld from HonestReporting in Israel, Laura Green, DMR Zionist Affairs, and Judith Levitsky, Capital Campaign for a discussion on the Ben & Jerry decision to boycott sales in Israel.
Let's all reconnect and meet for a fun, social evening at COMO COMO restaurant @ The Moxy Hotel on South Beach in support of Breast Cancer Research Complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres Proceeds to go to BRCA Research at Hadassah Medical Org.
October 21, 7 PM ET, 5 MDT. Free event for Keepers and Chai Society members. Join Alexandra Silber (Fiddler on the Roof) to celebrate the impact of annual givers in support of our Youth Aliyah Villages in Israel. Enjoy music, stories and more.
10:30am ET: Please join Hadassah Sharon-Stoughton & Metrowest Chapters for this special journey to our Youth Aliyah Villages with special guest speakers, Marcie Natan, National Youth Aliyah chair and live from Israel, Lauren Stern Kedem.
Join us for a wonderful luncheon and afternoon of music performed by 4 Strings Attached. Nina Friedman will be our Youth Aliyah speaker. We will also have a super prize drawing and silent auction to benefit Hadassah's Youth Villages.
Join us for our Linda Hafft 17th Annual Mah Jongg Tournament. We'll have prizes galore. Choose the prizes you want to win! Features a hot and cold dairy brunch with lox. Enjoy a goody bag of snacks during mahj play!
Please join us for our first in person event of 2021! Author Dr. Wendy Slatkin will give a tour of art currently on display at the museum and featured in her recently published book.
Come join us for lunch and hear Nir Caspi, Co-founder of Cafe Landwer in Brighton. Nir is a former IDF Naval commander who made his journey from a military ambush in Lebanon to the world famous Cafe. Registration deadline 10/20.
join us for a humorous and inspirational virtual multimedia history of the delicatessen across four generations of Jews in America, led by comedian Seth Front, creator of the Jewish Zodiac, a deli food parody of the Chinese zodiac.
Join Nehara Hadassah for a fun evening of painting and mingling at Clay Monet. All participants will select a coffee mug or stemless wine glass. We will be using the Mandala Painting Technique to create unique designs. Snacks will be served.
Join Kesher Oak for a thoughtful discussion about incorporating giving into your family’s holiday mindset led by Debbie Tuttle Berkowitz. Let’s connect and set our intention towards giving in the traditional season of getting.
Join Hadassah Boston for a closer look in the Hasidic World. This is a series of 4 sessions that will meet on Zoom on 11/2, 11/9/, 11/16 and 11/30 at 7:30pm. It will be facilitated by Varda Farber, Hadassah Boston past president & Jewish Educator.
Join us as we welcome Rebecca Starr, Director of Regional Programs for the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, as she leads a conversation around the growth and development of Jewish women and leaders throughout history.
7:30pm: Join us to hear Nir Caspi, co-owner of Cafe Landwer, an Israeli chain of restaurants with 2 locations in the Boston area. Nir was treated at Ein Kerem Hospital for serious injuries sustained in the 1997 Lebanese war.
Rev. Dr. Patricia Coleman-Burns will talk about anti-Black racism and the intersection of class, race, misogyny, gender, nativity, and sexuality and strategies for intervening and interrupting as allies, co-conspirators, and collaborators.
Let's get in the mood for Hanukkah in November, whether in person or on Zoom! Join your Hadassah friends as we taste latkes, share recipes, create crafts, laugh and learn, as we discuss ideas for how to celebrate a meaningful Hanukkah.
Join us for our annual Hanukkah event, as we learn the art of charcuterie board making with Board Mama herself, Robin Plotkin. In this virtual class, we will create a kosher-style appetizer board and watch a demonstration of a Hanukkah dessert board.
Tuesday, November 16 at 6:30 PM MT, Join Dr. Harley Rotbart as he bridges science and faith to help us understand and appreciate what we have in our lives and what we have accomplished. The $18. supports our furnishing of our Doctor On-call suite.
Please join Hadassah Elana as we virtually visit museums throughout the world that are home to famous portraits of women! To register please contact email@example.com.
Join us as we welcome nutritionist Julie Feldman, as she enlightens us on "What Every Woman Needs to Know about What to Eat for Health and Longevity." Julie is a nationally recognized nutrition expert, counselor, speaker spokesperson, and author.
Join us for two virtual programs focused on developing our healthiest selves, featuring guest speakers who will help us learn about how to prepare healthy foods, maintain a healthy body, and develop healthy leadership and communication skills!
Assistant Attorney General Sunita Doddamani will speak about hate crimes and domestic terrorism in Michigan and across the US. She will discuss trends in these activities, including antisemitic hate crimes and how they affect the Jewish community.
Join Kesher Oak’s book club to discuss Apeirogon by Colum McCann. Event will be in-person and outside in Piedmont. Address will be provided with registration. Registrants will need to sign Hadassah’s COVID waiver for entry to the event.
Join Hadassah Smithtown chapter for an in-person visit to the Center for Social Justice, Human Understanding, and the Holocaust at the Suffolk County Community College, Ammerman Campus at the Huntington Library Building.
Join us for our 4th Annual Touch of Red Gala: Celebrate Life!, focusing on organ donation. Emceed by Great Plains Region President, Elaine Silver, this free online event features transplant surgeons, organ transplant recipients, and so much more!
Calendar some time for yourself in this busy holiday season to join Kesher Oak’s Hanukkah Gift Exchange! All you need to know: bring a wrapped, anonymous $20 gift to the shindig. This event is in person, in Oakland. Gelt will be provided!
5K Your Way! Make your plan to walk, run, trot or wobble – with your chapter, with a team or solo – anytime, anywhere, in November. There’s no limit to how you can participate! Registration begins at $36 and includes swag!
Join us in celebrating Gilda Mallin's 30th Anniversary and being able to finally celebrate together. Fabulous boutiques begin at 8:30 AM with breakfast and program at 10:00 AM. Enjoy the wonderful PinkSlip-Duo entertainment!
Collier/Lee Hadassah's premier Symposium is an interactive webinar that will enlighten participants with information and tools to grow stronger, more resilient and vibrant while integrating the unique aspects of women's physical and mental health.
Wear your beret and pour a glass of wine as we go on a virtual tour of Jewish Paris for Hanukkah! Join tour guide Karen Rudel as we experience the history of the Jewish community with a fascinating virtual waking tour of Jewish Paris.
Meeting over 6 sessions in 2021. The first book will be "Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family" by Robert Kolker, with a discussion led by Judy Levin. Future books will be chosen in subsequent meetings.
Born in Havana, Cuba into a Roman Catholic family of Spanish ancestry Genie Milgrom will share her journey in search of her ancestors who lived as converso Jews (also called crypto jews and anousim).