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Men's Club Mother's Day Brunch
Sunday, May 8
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Scholar in Residence: Matti Friedman
May 6-7
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Shabbat in the Round
A new Shabbat experience!
Friday, May 13
6 pm services followed by dinner
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Rabbi Herber & Jeffrey Gingold Book Discussion
Tuesday, May 17  7:00 pm

Men's Club Beer & Bible
Monday, June 6
6:30pm following 6pm minyan
Guest speaker: Rabbi Herber


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Scholar in Residence: Matti Friedman

Friday, May 6 - Saturday, May 7  

The weekend kicks off with Erev Shabbat Services at 6pm.  Shabbat dinner follows and Mr. Friedman will speak immediately after dinner. 

Our weekend continues Saturday morning with 9am Shabbat Services, during which Mr. Friedman will speak.  He will also give a lecture after Kiddush and prior to Havdallah.

Friday, May 6, 2016

Services begin at 6 pm

Shabbat Dinner immediately following

Reservations and payment of $18/person due to CBINT by Tuesday, May 3, 2016.

Mr. Friedman will speak immediately following dinner.

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Services begin at 9 am

Mr. Friedman will speak during morning services,  immediately following Kiddush lunch, and during afternoon study at 7:25pm.

The Scholar in Residence Weekend has been underwritten by the Carl S. and Sandra G. Zetley Generation to Generation Fund.


Topics for the Weekend

Friday, May 6 after dinner: Israel and the Media
Saturday, May 7 during morning services: The Aleppo Codex
Saturday, May 7 following Kiddush lunch: Pumpkinflowers
Saturday, May 7 during afternoon/evening study (7:25pm): Mizrahi Nation 

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About Matti Friedman

Mr. Friedman is the award-winning author of The Aleppo Codex and the just-released Pumpkinflowers.  He is a former AP correspondent and is a regular contributor to Tablet Magazine.

Matti Friedman’s first book, The Aleppo Codex, won the 2014 Sami Rohr Prize, the American Library Association’s Sophie Brody Medal, the Canadian Jewish Book Award, and other honors. It was published in Israel, Australia, Holland, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Russia, and South Korea.

Matti’s reporting has taken him from Israel to Lebanon, Morocco, Moscow, and the Caucasus, and his writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and elsewhere. He is a former Associated Press correspondent and a regular contributor to Tablet Magazine. Two essays he wrote about media coverage of Israel after the 2014 Gaza war, for Tablet and The Atlantic, triggered intense discussion and have been shared together on Facebook more than 100,000 times. He was born in Toronto and lives in Jerusalem.

See Matti Friedman's Web site HERE.

Photo above by Sebastian Scheiner.



Men's Club Mother's Day Brunch

Sunday, May 8


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