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  • Saturday
    Sep 22
    Lunch & Learn in the Sukkah - Topic 'Sinat Chinam' - Baseless Hatred
    Shabbat, Sep 22nd 12:00p to 1:00p
    Discussion led by Rabbi Aft. Sukkot is called the 'Time of our Rejoicing!" So why are we discussing a topic reserved for Tisha b'Av the saddest day of the year? Come learn...

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  • Sunday
    Sep 23
    Men's Club Breakfast and Bike Ride
    Sunday, Sep 23rd 9:30a to 1:00p
    Please join us on September 23rd for our Monthly Men’s Club Breakfast 9:30 am – 11am - Guest speaker – Ralph Mosios – Ralph will Present "Tale of Survival" which chronicles his parents' lives and their divergent experiences before, during, and after WWII. While both of his parents were born in Greece, they survived under two very different circumstances during the holocaust and the war. After breakfast, we will take a 14 mile bike ride from Adat Reyim to and around Burke Lake as long as the weather is nice. Click on the link if you would like to see the route: https://goo.gl/maps/dnSkDfMMi312 Our Men’s Club Breakfast is open to anyone so please feel free to bring a friend or two.

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  • Sunday
    Sep 23
    Sisterhood Lunch in the Hut
    Sunday, Sep 23rd 11:00a to 1:00p

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  • Sunday
    Sep 23
    Pizza in the Hut
    Sunday, Sep 23rd 6:00p to 8:00p
    A group of Ethiopian Jews who are interning at the USHMM, will be leading a discussion about their backgrounds and their work at the Museum. Please don't miss this important discussion with a group of our Israeli brothers and sisters who are making a unique contribution to Jewish life. Our discussion will be followed by a brief erev Sukkot service.

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  • Friday
    Sep 28
    BYO Picnic in the Sukkah
    Friday, Sep 28th 6:00p to 7:00p

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  • Sunday
    Sep 30
    Hoshanah Rabah/Sh'mini Atzeret/Yizkor
    Sunday, Sep 30th 7:30p to 9:00p

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  • Monday
    Oct 1
    Simchat Torah Dinner
    Monday, Oct 1st 6:00p to 7:00p
    Please RSVP!

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  • Wednesday
    Oct 3
    Adult Education - Russian History Course
    Wednesday, Oct 3rd 6:00p to 7:25p
    DESCRIPTION: Russian history is a saga of strength, suffering, and survival. This short survey course will highlight Russian history (from its inception to WWII) and examine those pivotal events (rebellions) that advanced and restricted (pogroms) Russia’s advancement. The Jewish influence of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries towards helping liberate the people from Russian autocratic oppression will be highlighted. To what extent did the Bolshevik Revolution help or harm Russia’s advancement will be analyzed and answered. Are there any remnants of totalitarianism in today’s Russia from its past? CAR members who have had any contact with Russia through work assignments or leisure visits are invited to contact Barry Newman. You can add your personal perspective to the Russian story at a selected session. PRESENTER: Barry Newman, Russian roots and presenter of a shorter version of this topic twice at the Lifetime Learning Institute. FREE program and pizza, pizza at 6 pm and program at 6:30 – 7:25 pm DETAILS: Congregation Adat Reyim, Education Wing, scheduled sequence of five session dates in the Fall 2018.

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  • Sunday
    Oct 7
    Jewish Film Festival
    Sunday, Oct 7th 7:00p to 10:00p
    "The Last Band of Lebanon" A comedy about three military band reservists who wake to discover that the Israeli army has withdrawn from Lebanon and left them behind. Directors: Ben Bachar, Itzik Kricheli Writers: Ori Halevy, Itzik Kricheli Stars: Ofer Hayoun, Ori Laizerouvich, Ofer Shechter

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  • Wednesday
    Oct 10
    Adult Education - Russian History Course
    Wednesday, Oct 10th 6:00p to 7:25p
    DESCRIPTION: Russian history is a saga of strength, suffering, and survival. This short survey course will highlight Russian history (from its inception to WWII) and examine those pivotal events (rebellions) that advanced and restricted (pogroms) Russia’s advancement. The Jewish influence of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries towards helping liberate the people from Russian autocratic oppression will be highlighted. To what extent did the Bolshevik Revolution help or harm Russia’s advancement will be analyzed and answered. Are there any remnants of totalitarianism in today’s Russia from its past? CAR members who have had any contact with Russia through work assignments or leisure visits are invited to contact Barry Newman. You can add your personal perspective to the Russian story at a selected session. PRESENTER: Barry Newman, Russian roots and presenter of a shorter version of this topic twice at the Lifetime Learning Institute. FREE program and pizza, pizza at 6 pm and program at 6:30 – 7:25 pm DETAILS: Congregation Adat Reyim, Education Wing, scheduled sequence of five session dates in the Fall 2018.

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Tue, September 18 2018 9 Tishrei 5779