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TasteRS on Broad

TasteRS on Broad has a history of providing for a great evening of food, friends and fun.  It features a bevy of Philadelphia’s premier restaurants who provide delectable fare and beverages. Alongside spectacular food, we feature a wonderful array of live and silent auction offerings. Last year’s event was again a huge success — over 320 guests attended; 19 restaurants participated and over 70 vendors and retailers showcased their products and services.

Lunch & Learn

Rabbi Freedman will discuss his book choice for the year: How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less, by Sarah Glidden

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]
 

Lunch & Learn

Cantillation (trope) as Midrash: When the music adds meaning, Cantor Erin Frankel

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]
 

Lunch & Learn

 "The Real Meaning of Passover: From the Talmud unto Today", Rabbi Bill Kuhn

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]
 

Lunch & Learn: "Go Up and Be There" Jewish Sources for Mindfulness and Meditation with Rabbi Maderer

"Go Up and Be There" Jewish Sources for Mindfulness and Meditation, Rabbi Jill Maderer

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]
 

Lunch & Learn

Jewish Meditation, Elise Kraemer (Attorney, Career Counselor, Admissions Officer and Personal Trainer)

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]
 

Lunch & Learn

Everything Old is New Again: How Technology Affects Jewish Text and Learning, Gloria Becker, Director of Learning Technology at Jewish Learning Venture

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]

Lunch & Learn

“Don't Fade Away:  Saving the Vivid Yellows of Matisse, Munch and Van Gogh” Art Preservation, Jennifer Mass, Senior Scientist at Winterthur Museum

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]

The PMJA supports this afternoon Lunch & Learn

Lunch & Learn

God’s Cupboard: Modern Synagogue Ark Design, Mike Hauptman

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]
 

Lunch & Learn

How do we view the patriarchs and matriarchs–Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Sarah, Rebecca, Leah, and Rachel–from our modern perspective? Should Joseph be included with the patriarchs? Discussion facilitated by Louise Simons

Tuesdays from Noon-1:00 PM (Feel free to stay around and schmooze)
Bring your own lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
For more information: Catherine Fischer, Director of Community Engagement, 215-627-6747 x46, [email protected]
 

Caring for Aging Parents

Caring for aging parents and grandparents can be lonely. Join us to discuss the issues that arise and learn from RS experts as to ways in which we can care for our loved ones while also caring for ourselves.
The program will meet the monthly on Tuesday for 4 sessions from 6-7:30pm. Any member or prospective member is welcome to come to as many sessions as you want/can.
Dates:
November 11th, Long Term Health Care Insurance Planning, Marsha Wheeler

Happy Hour

Happy Hour

Open to all

Dates: Friday, July 25* 

Join Young Friends in the Thalheimer Lobby immediately following Shabbat services for happy hour at a local bar to be determined.

Questions: Mark and Erica Warburg ([email protected][email protected])

Shabbat services start at 6 PM and conclude by 7:15 PM.

*If you are available to help us greet on 7/25, please contact Catherine Fischer ([email protected])

A Taste of Judaisim: Topic " God"

A Taste of Judaism: Are You Curious
Tuesdays, August 12, 19 & 26 @ 6-8pm
Invite your friends and family to experience a  “A Taste of Judaism: Are you Curious?”, a FREE, three session program open to unaffiliated only - Jews or non-Jews - all are welcome. For more information contact Catherine Fischer at 215-627-6747x46 or email at [email protected]. Taste of Judaism was created by the Union for Reform Judaism.

ReadRS Book Group

Book Title: The Golem and the Jinni by Helene Wecker

What happens when a golem, a woman made of clay from a Jewish shtetl,  meets up with a jinni, accidentally released from an oil lamp by a Syrian tinsmith, in turn-of-the-century New York? "This impressive first novel manages to combine the narrative magic of The Arabian Nights with the kind of emotional depth, philosophical seriousness and good, old-fashioned storytelling found in the stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer." New York Times

Screening & Panel About Your Jewish Genes

Thursday, May 8, 2014  7-9pm at Rodeph Shalom
For young professionals & graduate students (ages 18-45) Take Action! 1 in 4 Jews is a carrier for at least one of 19 preventable genetic diseases. 6pm-7pm: Free dinner and panel discussion 7pm-9pm: Dessert, Phillies game and screening. Visit oneinfour.eventbrite.com to pre-register. If you choose to be screened at this event, the maximum out-of-pocket cost with insurance is $99 (highly subsidized). For further information, contact Joshua Stone at 877.401.1093 or [email protected]

Fiery Furnace

The RS Youth Theater, in partnership with MacGuffin Theater and Film Co. and the Miles Jellinek Memorial Fund of Congregation Rodeph Shalom, 
Presents for its inaugural 2014 season The Fiery Furnace: A New Rock Musical

Sunday Seminar

Witness to the Holocaust: Learning from a Survivor

Ralph Franklin was born in 1928 in Schlochau, Germany. During Kristallnacht, November 9-10, 1938, Ralph's teacher told him to return home because he was prohibited from attending a public school. When he arrived home the Gestapo was arresting his father and uncle. They were sent to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
This educational program has been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

MAGAZINER CONCERT: HARPS

Sunday, April 27 from 4 - 6pm


Join us for a performance by the Young Artists Harp Ensemble. As part of the Temple University’s Center for Gifted Young Musicians, they are a group of young students from age 10 years through high school who have performed throughout Philadelphia and New Jersey.

 

Free & Open to the Public

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