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Virtual Tour Of Detroit

01/01/1970 12:00 am - 12/11/2019 12:00 am
MI United States

Journey back in time, 11:45 am, Dec. 11, to Northwest Detroit. The program will be conducted by Marjorie Jablin through the Jewish Historical Society of Michigan at Adat Shalom Synagogue. The community is welcome: $5 donation. Bring a pareve or dairy lunch. RSVP: Marjorie, mjablin@yahoo.com, or Jodi Gross, jgross@adathshalom.org or 248-851-5100 by Dec. 8.

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10:00 am

Bim Bom Baby

August 16 10:00 am - 11:00 am
MI United States

At Temple Shir Shalom. A program for babies through 4 year olds with a special adult. Moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents and nannies come to celebrate Shabbat with the rabbis, braid challah, sing songs with the cantor and make new friends! RSVP: Julie@shirshalom.org or 248.406.4255

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5:45 pm

Shabbat in the Sun

August 16 5:45 pm
MI United States

Join Hazzan Dan and Rabbi Rachel for our family-friendly outdoor Shabbat service: singing, dancing and a picnic dinner on the Adat Shalom playground. Bring a blanket to sit on, and after dinner stay and play. Picnic dinner: $4/child, $7/adult. RSVP to Debi Banooni: 248-626-2153 or dbanooni@adatshalom.org.

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6:00 pm

S’More Shabbat

August 16 6:00 pm
MI United States

At Temple Kol Ami. Grab a blanket, bring your appetite and join the TKA family religious school for an outdoor camp-style dinner followed by Shabbat worship at 7 pm with Rabbi Brent Gutmann and Cantorial Soloist Sean Samitt. Indoors if weather necessitates. Dinner is free. RSVP is required: 248-661-0040 or cspektor@tkolami.org.

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8:00 pm

Rise Of Fascism

August 16 8:00 pm
MI United States

"Rise of Fascism in Europe, US, Israel, Brazil: connecting the dots" Rene Lichtman PhD In this presentation, based partially on his own travels, Rene Lichtman discusses issues such as "collateral damage", anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism, immigration in Europe, islamaphobia. Birmingham Temple, 12 Mile rd, Farmington Hills

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