Saturday, November 5, 2016,
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moore Hall B03
Lecturer: Irene Kaandes, Dartmouth College
Seven Lessons I Learned From Studying the Holocaust and
How They Can Help Us Cope with the Disgrace of Our Times
This event is free and open to the public.
Sponsored by the Comparative Literature Program and the Leslie Center for the Humanities
LAST CHANCE TO JOIN US FOR MAH JONGG!!
It is a Fundraiser for UVJC At the Roth Center Sunday, November 6, 2016 12:30p – 4:00p $50.00 per person
Includes lunch, door prizes and raffle opportunities!!
Invite your friends who play!!
Learners, Beginners and Advanced players
All are welcome!
Special Door Prize for person who brings the most friends to play
For more information
Contact: Lisa Silbert LMF99@aol.com or call 603-738-1731
Please RSVP to UVJC at 603-646-0460
Eastman Shabbat has been rescheduled
to Friday November 11
For more information:
please contact Sue Berg at email@example.com
Join us in supporting Syrian refugees
The social action committee is forming a subcommittee to support Syrian refugees. One aspect of this work will be to support the non-governmental Israeli group IsraAid and the Berlin Jewish community in their work with Syrian refugees in Germany. To join the subcommittee or for more information, please contact either Jeff Bell (firstname.lastname@example.org or 802 436 2801) or the social action committee at UVJCSocAction@gmail.com.
KOSHER CHICKEN MATZOH BALL SOUP AVAILABLE
Do you know someone under the weather? How about bringing them some HOMEMADE kosha chicken matzo ball soup. Bet they would really appreciate it.
The UVJC will be offering Friday Night Reform services throughout the year.
If you are interested in helping to plan, participate in or just attend the services, let us know so we can keep you informed of upcoming services.
Please let the Ruach Committee know of your interest by emailing to Carole at email@example.com to be included on our mailing list.
"Like" us on Facebook!
The UVJC now has a Facebook page, in addition to the Facebook group. "Like" our new page for updates, events, and more. To find our page, click here or search "Upper Valley Jewish Community" on Facebook.
Caring Community Volunteers available
The Social Action Committee has a volunteer database of over 50 people waiting to provide a helping hand to UVJC community members in need. Volunteers are able to help in many ways such as delivering a meal, grocery shopping, light house repairs, or visiting someone who is housebound.
To request help for yourself or someone you care about, or to volunteer, contact us at UVJCSocAction@gmail.com.
Sunday, December 4
The Murder of William of Norwich
by E. M. Rose
E.M. Rose's engaging book delves into the story of William's murder and the notorious trial that followed to uncover the origin of the ritual murder accusation - known as the "blood libel" - in western Europe in the Middle Ages.
Literature Lovers usually meets at 7:00 pm the last Sunday of the month, unless otherwise noted. For location or more information, please contact Susan Cohen at (603) 643-3611, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shalom Walking Club
Like to be outdoors especially in the Fall?
Sign up to be a member of the Shalom Walking Club.
Sundays @ 10:00 am at the Roth Center.
All levels All ages.
Want to walk at a different day & time? Got ideas for outdoor outings?