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A Taste of Judaism® - Beth Hillel Temple, Kenosha, WI

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13 Heshvan 5782 to 28 Heshvan 5782
Beth Hillel Temple 6050 Eighth Avenue, Kenosha, WI 53143
This is a virtual event

Come and learn! If you have always wanted to learn more about Judaism but haven’t been sure where to start, this is the opportunity for you. Encounter the big ideas and texts that make up Judaism’s rich tapestry.  A Taste of Judaism® provides an entryway to community, connection, and rich meaning. 


Everyone is welcome. Open to

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Teacher Resources Webinar - Simon Wiesenthal Center: Combat Hate

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14 Heshvan 5782
92 Mohawk Avenue , Norwood, NJ 07648

This informational webinar is a collaboration between the MSHEF and a guest organization. Teachers will have the opportunity to learn about programs available to them and how they can afford to bring them into their classrooms.

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How to Research and Document Your Family History with Nolan Altman - Temple Israel Lawrence, NY

- ET
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14 Heshvan 5782 to 15 Heshvan 5782
140 Central Avenue , Lawrence, NY 11559
This is a virtual event

Temple Israel Lawrence cordially invites you to join us for the Virtual "How to Research and Document Your Family History," program with Nolan Altman, Jewish genealogy expert, on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at 7:30 p.m.


Nolan Altman was bit by the "genealogy bug" when he was inspired to write his

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Haftarah Cantillation: Chant...Don't Say You Can't! - Temple Beth El, Tacoma, WA

- PT
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15 Heshvan 5782 to 13 Tevet 5782
5975 S. 12th St. , Tacoma, WA 98465
This is a virtual event

Do you have to learn Haftarah chanting by listening over and over again to an MP3? Do you sing the same musical phrases over and over because you don’t know the other sounds? Have you wanted to chant Haftarah but thought it was just too hard? Then come join Cantor

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Introduction to Judaism - Temple Israel, Boston, MA

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15 Heshvan 5782 to 24 Adar I 5782
477 Longwood Ave , Boston, MA 02215
This is a virtual event

Introduction to Judaism is an engaging multi-session virtual course for anyone interested in exploring Jewish life through a Reform lens. Over the course of 16 weeks, we will explore the Foundations of Jewish Living including holidays, life cycle, and the Jewish Home, as well as the Foundations for Jewish Sacred Texts