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A Week of 5774 Firsts -- First Rosh Hodesh, First Chavurah, First Kinder Keshet

10/08/2013 02:33:33 PM

Oct8

Wednesday, October 9
 
The First Women's Rosh Hodesh Group of 5774 - 8PM

Friday, October 11
 
First Kinder Keshet and Pot-Luck Dinner of 5774! 5:30PM
 

Join us for fun Shabbat activities and 
a tasty pot-luck dinner (or pay $10 to have
your contribution catered) (parve/dairy-no nuts)
 
 
 

Friday
 
The First Chavurah 8PM
 
Voting Rights and Campaign Reform
 
Special pre-election program with Justice Gary Stein, who served for more than 17 years on the NJ Supreme Court, and Frank Deale, 

Professor of Law at CUNY School of Law. The two speakers – father of congregant Jill Stein and spouse of congregant Ruth Lowenkron, respectively – will  address much-needed election reform.

This promises to be an exciting election program that you won’t want to miss!

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Shabbat                                                                            Click photo of Shabbat flyer to read 
October 12
 
  • 9:00a "Open Closed Open," the poetry of Yehuda Amichai, taught by Rabbi Elliott
  •  9:00a Bet Midrash
  • 10:00a Elliott Danon Bar Mitzvah
  • 10:00a Shacharit
  • 11:30a Tot Shabbat
  • 12:30p BK Reads
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Come celebrate at the kiddush with Joe Danon and Beth Danon in honor of Eliott becoming a Bar Mitzvah.

Saturday, November 2nd 7PM

8th Annual Bnai Keshet Roabst 

Honoring the One and Only 

Barbara Reisman

Dinner Reservations and Tribute Pages are available now! 

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Book Fair

Saturday, November 23 7:00 PM

The BK Book Festival and Watchung Booksellers present:

An Evening With Sara Paretsky, one of the foremost mystery writers of our time

7pm: Pre-reading Nosh: BK cooks Viennese and Chicago-style food in honor of Paretsky's characters, with a glass of wine and a chance to browse our Book Festival

8pm: Reading by award-winning novelist Sara Paretsky, followed by a Q-and-A and book signing

Paretsky will be reading from her just-published novel CRITICAL MASS, in which her famous detective V. I. Warshawski investigates the dramatic past of her close friend, the Viennese-born doctor Lotty Herschel. This riveting narrative moves between present-day Chicago, where Kitty's daughter and her grandson are missing, and the story of a Jewish woman physicist in Nazi-occupied Austria, as Warshawski tries to prevent the awful past from asserting itself again upon her friends. 

ADMISSION IS FREE, BUT PLEASE RSVP!

 
Tue, March 26 2019 19 Adar II 5779