Sisterhood Honey Gift Packages for Rosh Hashana 5778 - Deadline Extended to September 1
Wednesday, August 9 - 7:45 pm: A Night in the Catskills
Saturday, August 12 - 12:15 pm: Introducing Siddur Lev Shalem – join Hazzan Tisser in the Sager Beit Midrash following Kiddush for four weeks beginning August 12th to learn about Siddur Lev Shalem, the new prayer book of the Conservative movement, which we will adopt later this year. Learn about new features, new texts in the liturgy, and the ideology behind this new siddur.
Tuesday, August 15 - 8:00 pm: Fighting for Israel & Against Terror in US Courts with Rachel May Weiser. Lecture and Dessert Reception, there is no charge for this event. Please RSVP with Ana Igornov at [email protected] or 847-432-8900 x221.
Friday, August 25 - 5:30 pm: Tailgate Shabbat on the Lake. A fun Shabbat experience to kick off the New Year! Adults $10, Children (4-12) $5, Children 3 and under free. 5:30 pm appetizers followed by the Kabbalat Shabbat on the Lake and Young Family Service at 6:15 pm. Family style dinner follows the services.
Thursdsay, September 7 - 7:00 pm: Cooking with Chef Nicole Putzel. Taste a sampling of some wonderfully easy dinner dishes as you watch Nicole demonstrate how to prepare them. $18/person. RSVP by Sept 1 to Roz Kallish, [email protected] or to 847-831-0674. No same day RSVP.
Saturday, September 9 - 12:30 pm: Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club discusses Waking Lions by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, facilitated by Rachel Kamin. The 2017-2018 Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club will meet on September 9, October 21, December 2, January 13, March 10, April 21, and June 2. Book selections will be announced soon. Contact Rachel Kamin at [email protected] to be added to the e-mail list.
Sunday, September 10 - 1:00 pm (note new time!): The Rissman Kol Ami Museum is excited to unveil the new exhibit space with a special showing of “Sacred Space: Wrapped in Spirituality, Fiber Art by Jane Cooperman and Karen Bieber.”
Purchase your copy of Encountering Torah: Reflections on the Weekly Portion by Rabbi Vernon Kurtz today.