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Join us for Temple Beth Israel’s 80th Anniversary Community Celebration Sunday, September 7, 2014 3pm-6pm.
Featuring memorabilia, historical displays, music, speakers, refreshments. See old friends, share memories and celebrate in community!
Click here for schedule and more information.
It takes a Village to feed us
Calling all TBI villagers! As part of our 80th anniversary (Sept 7), we’ll be having a finger food potluck following our program. Beverages & cake provided. Please go here to see some suggestions and to let us know what you can bring. Bring in/on recyclable materials and we will re-plate. If you bring on your own platter, please be sure your name is on the bottom.
We also need some villagers to help with setup and cleanup, please follow the same link above. Please sign up by August 24.
Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning in Eugene is now enrolling for Fall
The Melton School fosters and enriches Jewish cultural literacy through our Core Curriculum, Foundations of Jewish Family Living, and Scholars Curriculum for graduates. Each course focuses on at least one major area of Jewish learning, and forms a thread in a carefully woven fabric which integrates Jewish history, religion, ritual, language, ethics, philosophy, literature, theology and contemporary Jewish life. The Foundations of Jewish Family Living: Jewish Values for Parents to Share with Their Children, provides a thought-provoking encounter with core values and ideas of Judaism. For details and to enroll visit the Melton Page.
Try a “Taste of Melton”
Wednesday, September 10 6:30pm
With Rabbi Boris Dolin @ TBI
A Taste of Melton - Foundations of Jewish Family Living
Sunday, September 14 10:00am
Register for a taste of Melton here!
TBI Midweek Community Summer Picnics
Wednesdays, Now-August, 27 5:30-7:30pm at Tugman Park
The park has a playground and sandbox for the kids, a field for group games and plenty of shade for relaxing. This is a multi-generational program (not just for kids and families!), and a great opportunity for all ages to meet new people and enjoy the summer together. Everyone is invited-feel free to bring a friend. Note, this is not a potluck event however, we ask that you observe TBI’s kashrut policies – vegetarian, dairy, fish with fins & scales, OK. No meat, animal gelatin, shellfish.
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TBI is very excited to partner with Learn Hebrew Pod to offer FREE Online Hebrew Learning. Through this special partnership you can receive a FREE trial, and special pricing on additional courses. More information, here.
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