Following the play there will be the chance to mingle at a dessert reception in the Temple Chai community sukkah.
Sunday, October 12: Day of Learning from 8am to 4:00pm at Congregation Beth Israel in Scottsdale
From the sacred to the practical, from the living waters of the Torah to
the living waters of the southwest deserts, come learn and study with
top experts in Judaism, in Torah and in water conservation. The keynote
speaker for the Day of Learning is Anita Diamant, best-selling
author of "The Red Tent" and a prime mover behind Mayyim Hayyim, the
renown Living Waters Community Mikveh in Massachusetts.
Featured expert speakers include Rabbi Sam Cohon, Temple Emanu-El, Tucson; Alan Dulaney, Water Policy Administrator, City of Peoria; Warren Gorowitz, Vice President, Ewing Irrigation; Professor Joshua Holo, Ph.D., Dean, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Los Angeles; Rabbi Shelly Moss, Ph.D., Temple Beth Shalom, Sun City; Rabbi Dean Shapiro, Temple Emanu-El, Tempe; Cantor Jamie Shpall, Congregation Beth Israel, Scottsdale; and Leeann Yacuel, Water Sustainability Analyst, the Salt River Project.
Day of Learning is at Congregation Beth Israel in Scottsdale, home of
the Stein Family Community Mikveh - The only Reform community mikveh
in Arizona. Come learn about the mikveh and the sacred, life-giving
waters that nourish the landscape, the gardens, the animals, our bodies
and our souls.
This program is open to everyone in the Jewish Community.
If you have any questions, please contact Gabby Kozak, Congregational Network Associate, West at email@example.com.