The Week Ahead… Apr. 24-30, 2017

By Yvonne - Friday, April 21st, 2017

Monday, April 24

  • Parent-Tot Class – Mondays, 9:00 – 11:00am
    Open to the public, this FREE weekly class for children up to 24-months in age and their parent(s) is a great way to meet other parents, exchange experiences, and provide an opportunity for the children to play together and engage in age-appropriate activities. We also read a book from PJ Library twice a month. Facilitated by Gabby Erbst, various experts from different fields of child development and child-care will visit to share their expertise and provide opportunities for discussions. Feel free to bring your friends; it’s open to everyone! (PLEASE NOTE: We have a mandatory vaccination policy.) For more information, call Lynne Falkow-Strauss.

  • Open Mah Jongg Play – Mondays, 10:00am – 12:00pm
    All levels welcome. Men are welcome, too. Come join the fun! For more information, contact Evelyn.

  • B'nai Mitzvah Class, 4:00pm

  • Adult Choir Rehearsal, 6:00pm
    For more information, contact Cantorial Soloist Nichole Chorny.

  • Board of Trustees Meeting, 6:15pm

Tuesday, April 25

  • Religious School, 4:00pm
    For more information, contact Rabbi Barkan.

  • Hebrew H.S., 5:00pm

  • Talmud on Tuesday, 6:00pm
    The Talmud is an extensive compilation of teachings and opinions of thousands of rabbis over the centuries, covering matters of Jewish law, ethics, philosophy, history, customs, and more. We are currently studying Tractate Megillah. Learn about the law and lore in the Talmud with Rabbi Robert Eisen as we dig deep into living Judaism. Open to all. No charge to attend.

  • Junior USY, 6:00pm. For Jewish children grades 7 & 8
    For more information, contact Rabbi Barkan.

Wednesday, April 26

  • “Gentle Chair Yoga” – Wednesdays, 9:30–10:30am
    Focus is on increased balance, strength and flexibility in a supportive group setting. Meditation and deep relaxation at end of each class leaves participants with positive healing energy and uplifted spirits. Dress comfortably. Members of Women’s League: $6 per class; non-members $8 per class. For more information, contact Evelyn.

  • Weekday Torah Study Group – Wednesdays, 11:00am
    Informal and lively study discussion led by Rabbi Robert Eisen. (Occasionally lay-led.) Open to all. No charge to attend.

  • Senior USY, 6:00pm. For Jewish children grades 9 thru 12
    For more information, contact Rabbi Barkan.

Friday, April 28

  • Preschool/Kindergarten Early Dismissal, 12:00pm

  • Kabbalat Siddur Dedication, 5:45pm
    Join us to celebrate as our 3rd Grade Religious School students lead our Friday night Shabbat service for the congregation and receive their very own copy of our siddur. This very special evening celebrates our students’ Hebrew and Judaic accomplishments.

Saturday, April 29

  • Israel Solidarity Shabbat, 9:00am
    Join us as we show our solidarity with The Land, with our people, in honor and celebration of “Tucson Celebrates Israel: Jerusalem 50 Years United.” Israel Is Real … And So Is Our Relationship with Her. KOL OD BALEIVAV … as long as our hearts beat strong with the passion of “The Hope,” so will our dream be forever renewed …

  • Shabbat Afternoon Torah Study, 5:00pm
    Open to all, this is an opportunity to become more involved in “living Judaism.” Lay-led. No charge to attend. Torah portion: Tazria & Metzora

Sunday, April 30

  • Religious School, 9:00am
    For more information, contact Rabbi Barkan.
  • Parent Havurah/Discussion Group, 10:00am
    Parenting with a Jewish Lens – A continuation of our series on strengthening Jewish families in collaboration with JFCS; facilitated by Rabbi Robert Eisen and  Jacque Kaplan, MSW, LCSW, with JFCS. Today’s topic: “Diapers to Driving: What Matters When?” Held at & hosted by Congregation Anshei Israel. No charge to attend. For more information, contact Rabbi Barkan.
  • USY “Step-up” Day, 12:00pm
    All kids 3rd – 12th Grades are invited to learn about CAI’s exciting youth programs. Step up and experience the next level. Whether USY is new to you or you’re in Kadima moving to Junior USY, or Junior USY moving to Senior USY, this is going to be fun! Be welcomed into each group via age-based experiential activities and stations led by Senior USY advisors. Lunch included! It’s all free, but we ask that you RSVP to Rabbi Barkan by Apr. 24.

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