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11:00 AM

Virtual Streicker: Understanding Anti-Semitism in France

Nov 17 at 11:00 AM

The French Jewish Experience: Understanding Anti-Semitism in France with Dr. Pierre Birnbaum, Université de Paris and Dr. Maurice Samuels, Yale University The reemergence of anti-Semitism as a political and social movement in the 1890s surprised both Jews and their friends, who thought old prejudices had all but died out. This lecture will explore that reemergence […]

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4:00 PM

Young Families: Baby Bop

Nov 17 at 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
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An event every week that begins at 4:00 PM on Tuesday, repeating until Dec 8, 2020

Baby Bop is a 45-minute program for families to experience music and movement, Jewish holidays and simple prayers, a bit of Hebrew and free play. Early childhood specialist and musician Hadar Orshalimy expertly leads this intimate parent/child group with her enchanting voice and engaging style. Baby Bop is geared for children who are 6 months […]

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5:30 PM

Virtual Daily Sunset Service

Nov 17 at 5:30 PM
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An event every day that begins at 5:30 PM, repeating until Nov 30, 2020

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In order to protect our community from the spread of COVID-19, Temple Emanu-El will exclusively broadcast upcoming services in real-time on both Facebook and our website’s broadcast page. To view our website’s broadcast page: click here To view our Facebook page: click here For more information on how you can connect to Temple Emanu-El throughout this difficult time, please see […]

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6:15 PM

Women’s Auxiliary: “Been There, Haven’t Done That!”

Nov 17 at 6:15 PM

While we are waiting for travel to open up– Professor Barry Goldsmith will open up his world of great sites around the globe that you probably never heard of – but after his lecture will want to visit.  Barry Goldsmith is proud to be bringing to Temple Emanu-El all three of his unique endeavors – travel,  humor […]

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7:30 PM

What Matters: “The Farewell” Discussion

Nov 17 at 7:30 PM

In the end, what REALLY matters?  A conversation about secrets, family and advance care planning Join us for an evening of conversation between film editor Michael Taylor and documentarian Oren Rudavsky about Taylor’s recent work on the film, The Farewell, which portrays a young Asian-American woman struggling with her grandmother’s illness and the secrets her […]

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