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UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS


Wednesday, November 29 - 8:00 pm:  Around the World's Table with Hazzan Ben Tisser.   Did you know that Hazzan Tisser used to be a chef? Get to know Hazzn Tisser while learning (and eating) a fun, healty, family-friendly, one-pot recipe.  Fee $18 includes light dinner and recipes as well as a hands-on demostration.  Register with Marcie at [email protected] 847-926-7903.  

Thursday, November 30 - 7:45 pm:  One Book, One Community.  Meet the Windy City Blues author, Renee Rosen, at Beth El.  Reception and book signing at 7:00pm followed by her presentation at 7:45pm. Open to the community, free of charge. Register online at www.spertus.edu/OneBookCopies of Windy City Blues will be for sale.

Thursday, November 30 - 7:00 pm: Men's Club Open Mic Night featuring "Quintet".  New date!  

Saturday, December 2 - 12:30 pm: Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club will disscuss Windy City Blues by Renee Rosen, after Shabbat Kiddush, facilitated by Rachel Kamin.  Participants are encouraged to read the book prior to the discussion. New members welcome!

Sunday, December 3 -  1:00 pm: Artists Beit Midrash Museum Exhbit Opening

Sunday, December 3 - 5:00 pm: Men's Club Keeper of the Flame Dinner Honoring Rabbi Vernon Kurtz.  North Suburban Synagogue Beth El Men's Club to Honor Rabbi Vernon Kurtz with the Keeper of the Flame Award Rabbi Kurtz will be honored with the Men's Club Keeper of the Flame Award as part of his 30 years at NSS Beth EL and 70th anniversary of the synagogue. The dinner will be held on Sunday, December 3 at 5:00pm at Beth El.  Rabbi Kurtz has been a champion of Men's Club locally, regionally and internationally. Please come to honor Rabbi Kurtz at this fun and meaningful evening. It is open to everyone, even if you're not a member of Men's Club. For questions and more information, contact Darryl Temkin at [email protected] or 847-819-7297. Register and pay online through your Beth El account here.

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