This class meets on Thursdays and runs 10 sessions
This class is a community of families sharing songs, rhythm games, and instrument play together in a fun, safe Jewish environment. You will learn music through developmentally appropriate activities that support and respect the unique learning styles of all children. An important part of this class is parent education that will help parents/caregivers understand and enhance their child's music development.
January 10, 17, 24, 31; February 7, 21, 28 (no class 2/14); and March 7, 14, and 21.Fee: $160.00 members; $180.00 non-members
For registration, please contact the Preschool Office at 858-535-1111, ext 3120
Pat Launer, the voice of theater in San Diego, will again delight us in this lively, fun-filled conversation. For a quarter of a century Launer has been the only regularly broadcast theater critic in town.Launer will fill us in about all the shows San Diego has sent to Broadway, her hot offerings from the wings, and how the economy has affected the local theater community. Prepare for comedy and high drama as Pat gives you the behind-the-scenes scoop on our fabulous San Diego artists and productions. Coffee and dessert included.
Open to all. $5 with RSVP. $8 without RSVP. Please RSVP one week ahead online below, or to Program Director Bonnie Graff / 858 535-1111, ext. 3800. Park in the Gateway Building lot at 9171 Towne Centre Drive. Parking will be validated.
Temple Emanu-El, 6299 Capri Drive, San Diego, CA 92120Presented by David Kershberg, Business Management ProfessionalAre you having trouble putting your résumé together? Are you using the right words? Learn how to prepare an effective, attention-grabbing résumé and cover letter, how to look at your résumé from the employer’s perspective and how to best showcase your skills. Although not required, it is strongly recommended that you bring a copy of your current résumé. Register online.
Music, it has been said is "a key to the soul." Shabbat is a moment in time to unlock the depths of our souls as tradition and modernity meet through a tapestry of song, prayer and introspection. Join Rabbi/Cantor Bernstein for an intimate Soul Food Shabbat experience in the Foster Family Chapel on the second Fridays of most months at 8:30 p.m. The service is infused by the beauty and artistry of Beth Israel musicians Heidi Gantwerk, Andy Mayer and Buddy Voit. Original music by composer Andy Mayer will also be featured. All are invited. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal and there is no need to RSVP. A special Oneg will follow.
Come occasionally or come every week. Discover Torah’s relevance in your life. These lively discussions about the week's Torah portion are insightful, inspirational and unforgettable. Young and old, scholars and beginners are all welcome. Bagels and coffee provided. Led by Beth Israel clergy. No fee, no reservation needed.
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. Enjoy an Israeli lunch and learn from Rabbi Bill Berk, Rabbi Michael Berk’s brother, about Underground Israel. American and Israeli perspectives can be quite different. Rabbi Bill Berk made aliya in 2006. His stories may change your perspective! Please RSVP for planning purposes.
Contact Terri Fine at email@example.com, or 858 535-1111, ext. 3110
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