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iEngage - Israel's Milestones & Their Meanings
Tuesdays, April 10-May 29 | 7pm

iengage2015iEngage: Israel's Milestones and Their Meanings explores the pivotal events of 1917, 1947, and 1967 as key moments when Zionism unleashed new thinking about the meaning of Jewishness for generations to come. This iEngage series grapples with the different ideas and values that shape the meaning of modern Israel, Zionism, and Jewish identity today. Together we will engage in a new values-based discourse about Israel, including topics such as: Nationhood, Land, Sovereignty, Jerusalem, Occupation and Moral Red Lines.
Text Study & Discussion led by our Rabbi & Staff and Video Presentations with leading Hartman scholars.

Night Out
Thursday, April 26 | 8pm

nyconnectlogoNYConnect will take to Stone Creek Bar in Murray Hill for a Night Out. There will be some yummy bar bites, great cocktails, wine and beer. 100% of our registration fees will be donated to Samaritans of New York. Samaritans' mission is to provide immediate and ongoing emotional support to people who are in crisis or have lost a loved one to suicide. We can't wait to see you there!

Navigating Life's Transitions Panel Discussion with Women of Temple Israel
Wednesday, May 2 | 6:30pm

sisterhoodlogoModerated by Lynn Berger, certified career counselor and coach specializing in helping people transition to jobs and/or careers and understand the choices before them.

Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination - Tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Tuesday, May 15 | 10:30am

themetThe Costume Institute;s spring 2018 exhibition will feature a dialogue between fashion and medieval art from the Met collection. Optional lunch after tour.

Shavuot Wine & Cheese
Thursday, May 17 | 8pm

nyconnectlogoEnjoy a classy evening of wine, cheese and gorgeous art at a private art gallery with NYConnect to celebrate Shavuot. 100% of admission fees from this event will go towards America-Israel Cultural Foundation, and organization providing young Israeli artists, including our very own Cantor Altshul, with grants to pursue their talents. We look forward to seeing you there!

Dessert & Book Discussion: The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity and My Fight Against the Islamic State
Wednesday, May 16 | 7:30pm

thelastgirlJoin us for a discussion on a book that chronicles Nadia Murad's personal experience as a Yazidi refugee from Iraq who survived and escaped the ISIS slave trade. Jenna Krajeski, Istanbul-based journalist and co-author, will be joining us. Held at the home of Kathy & Steven Spandorfer. 

Jewish & Japanese Female Composers - Featuring The J-Orchestra with Meg Okura
Thursday, May 17 | 8pm

jewisjandjapaneseIs it Jewish and jazz? Or Japanese and jazz? Is it all there? This 18-piece big band, featuring New York's finest jazz musicians, will seing and rock your world! Tickets will include reserved seats and a free CD. At JCC Harlem (318 W. 118th Street).