For Shavuot and Beyond

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There’s lots going on in both the cyber and real worlds. As the world continues to open up a bit, live entertainment has slowly begun again or will soon.

The weather encourages outdoor gatherings.

But for when we are confined indoors, here are some programs and activities available via the Internet.

The Center for Jewish History ( ) has a variety of programs, many free. Literature, history, culture, cooking and many more sessions are available.

Sunday, May 15 @ 12. Shavuot Cooking with Jake Cohen. This popular cook has just released a cookbook called JEW-ISH in which he gives his own twist to classic Jewish recipes, many from his family. And he makes the most beautifull hallah.

Saturday, May 15- Sunday, May 16. Shavuot Live from Judaism Unbound is a full 30 hours of learning from a variety of perspectives

Wednesday, May 12, 19, 16.@ 3:30. Yearning to travel? Take a virtual walking tour of Jewish London, Tour leaderRachel Kolsky is the author of Jewish London: a comprehensive guidebook for visitors and Londoners. The tours cover the East End, Disraeli’s London, and The Rothschild’s homes.

Wed. May 19 @12. Now let’s go on to Toledo, Spain, which had one of the largest medieval Jewish quarters in Europe.

My Jewish Learning gathers scores of programs of all kinds under the heading “The Hub.” There’s something for everyone here from religious services, study sessions, cooking, culture, and more.

May 15 resopurces Kott-wolleInterested in art? Visit with Jacqueline Kott-Wolle, a painter who has documented her family’s story via her paintings.

Lastly, here’s a tasty bite for while you are watching, studying or need sustenance for all that traveling. How about a pickle sandwich?. Don’t be put off by the title. You never know what you’ll find when you are surfing the net. 14 pickle


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Aileen Grossberg

Aileen Grossberg

Aileen Grossberg, a professional librarian, is a long-time congregant and serves as volunteer librarian for Shomrei's Lampert Library. The library, one of the best-kept secrets at Shomrei is used by the Rabbi, congregants, students and teachers of the JLC (Hebrew School) and Preschool. It's a tremendous resource completely supported by your donations and gifts. Aileen also heads the Shomrei Caterers, the in-house food preparation group. Can there be any better combination…good food and good books!
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