The Week Ahead… September 17-23, 2018

Monday, September 17

  • Parent-Tot Class, 9:00 – 11:00am (not held Sept. 24 & Oct. 1)
    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. Facilitator: Lindsey Embree. Various experts from different fields of child development and child-care will visit occasionally 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, contact Nancy Auslander.
  • Open Mah Jongg Play, 10:00am-12:00pm (not held Sept. 24 or Oct. 1)
    All levels welcome; men welcome, too. Come join the fun! For more information, contact Evelyn.

Tuesday, September 18 Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre

  • Preschool/Kindergarten Early Dismissal, 12:30pm; Mincha, 12:30pm; Administrative Office Early Closure, 1:00pm; No Religious School, B'nai Mitzvah Class, Talmud on Tuesday or Junior USY

Wednesday, September 19 Yom Kippur/Yizkor

  • Preschool/Kindergarten & Administrative Office Closed; No Yoga, Torah Study Group or Senior USY

Friday, September 21

  • Family Shabbat Experience Service & Dinner, service 5:45pm, dinner 7:00pm

Saturday, September 22

  • Junior Congregation, 10:30am
    Join us for this teen-led Shabbat service for kids of all ages that includes a Torah service so the youth can take ownership of the service. For more information, contact Rabbi Ruven Barkan.
  • Shabbat Afternoon Torah Study, 4:15pm
    Open to all, this is an opportunity to become more involved in “living Judaism.” Lay-led. No charge to attend. Torah Portion: Ha'azinu

Sunday, September 23 Erev Sukkot

  • Religious School, 9:00am
    For more information, contact Rabbi Ruven Barkan.
  • Erev Sukkot Service, 5:30pm
  • ​​Community Sukkot Dinner, 6:00pm
    It’s a mitzvah to eat in a sukkah! Enjoy a dinner of honey mustard chicken, potatoes, seasonal vegetable, salad, fruit and dessert in CAI’s sukkah with your congregational family. Includes a special program: "Life is Sweet" presented by Josh Tennenbaum. Learn all about honey and enjoy honey tastings. CAI Members: adults $15; child (2+) $10. Guests: adults $20; child (2+) $15. RSVP needed.