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A Docent-Led Tour with Sisterhood

A Docent-Led Tour of Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution Exhibit at the Illinois Holocaust Museum


This is an electrifying trip through the 1960s-1980s and the life and career of Bill Graham, Holocaust refugee who launched the careers of countless music legends.


Join us Thursday, October 19 at 6:30pm. (Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for seniors 65+)


Wednesday, October 25 at 10:30am. Tickets, including tour and boxed dairy or parve lunch, are $30 for adults, $27 for seniors 65+. We will eat at the museum.

 

A Docent-Led Tour with Sisterhood

A Docent-Led Tour of Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution Exhibit at the Illinois Holocaust Museum


This is an electrifying trip through the 1960s-1980s and the life and career of Bill Graham, Holocaust refugee who launched the careers of countless music legends.


Join us Thursday, October 19 at 6:30pm. (Tickets are $18 for adults, $15 for seniors 65+)


Wednesday, October 25 at 10:30am. Tickets, including tour and boxed dairy or parve lunch, are $30 for adults, $27 for seniors 65+. We will eat at the museum.

 

Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club

The Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club will kick off the 2017-2018 year on Saturday, September 9, 2017, after Shabbat kiddush, with a discussion of Waking Lions by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, facilitated by Rachel Kamin. Copies of the book, in both English and in the original Hebrew, are available in the Maxwell Abbell Library.  The translated edition can also be found at public libraries and local and online booksellers.  

Sisterhood Torah Fund Luncheon

Torah Fund Luncheon                             

Thursday, April 27, 11:30 am 

Please join us for our annual celebration of our Torah Fund donors. Our own Hazzan Ben Tisser will delight us with a selection of Jewish music. Cost - $25 per person.  (PLEASE NOTE: our bulletin had the incorrect price listed.)

Torah Fund Book Club

Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club

Join Rachel Kamin and the Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club, after Shabbat Kiddush, on a journey through Jewish literature and history. We will be travelling to many different places and time periods this year – from biblical times, 18th century Russia, 19th century France, and Jerusalem before, during and after the War of Independence to Baltimore at the turn of the 20th century, the Galapagos Islands before World War II, and 1950's Brooklyn.
 

Torah Fund Book Club

Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club Join Rachel Kamin and the Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club, after Shabbat Kiddush, on a journey through Jewish literature and history. We will be travelling to many different places and time periods this year – from biblical times, 18th century Russia, 19th century France, and Jerusalem before, during and after the War of Independence to Baltimore at the turn of the 20th century, the Galapagos Islands before World War II, and 1950's Brooklyn.

Torah Fund Book Club

Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club Join Rachel Kamin and the Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club, after Shabbat Kiddush, on a journey through Jewish literature and history. We will be travelling to many different places and time periods this year – from biblical times, 18th century Russia, 19th century France, and Jerusalem before, during and after the War of Independence to Baltimore at the turn of the 20th century, the Galapagos Islands before World War II, and 1950's Brooklyn.

February 25 – An Officer and a Spy by Robert Harris

Torah Fund Book Club

Michal Lemberger will discuss her debut collection of short stories, After Abel and Other Stories, with the Sisterhood Torah Fund Book Club after Shabbat Kiddush on Saturday, January 14 at 12:30pm. Vividly reimagined with startling contemporary clarity, Lemberger gives voice to silent, oft-marginalized biblical women: their ambitions, their love for their children, their values, their tremendous struggles and challenges.

Summer Stories & Sweet Treats

Monday, July 25 - 7:45pm: Summer Stores & Sweet Treats.  Join Rachel Kamin for a summer discussion of short stories after the evening Minyan.  Gather on the back porch to discuss “The Bris” by Eileen Pollack (in In the Mouth) and “Mishpocha” by Erika Dreifus (in Quiet Americans). Participants are encouraged to read the two stories prior to the discussion.  "Sweet Treats" will be served! All are welcome - open to the community, free of charge.

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