Middah of the month — Ahavat Yisrael (Love of Israel)
What are the different ways you connect with Israel?
For more details, links and passwords on any of our events, please see the TIC emails. Not a member? Contact Beth Levick, Director of Programming and Membership.
This session’s game: Charades. RSVP to Adam Bender.
All ages welcome – bring the entire family!
Questions? Email Cathy.
The Israel House of Westchester and Westchester Jewish Council invite you to:
7:00 pm – Virtual Ceremony featuring singer Idan Haviv
7:45 pm – The Stories Behind the Names Penina Weiss-Pretz tells the story about her brother Ari Weiss z”l who made aliyah from the USA to Israel. Ari fell in 2001 during a mission uncovering documents from a secret Hamas Headquarters.
This event will no longer take place outside at TIC but will now take place via Zoom. Passcode can be found in TIC emails from Mara Braunfeld. Please contact Mara if you need the passcode.
Geared for 0-6 year olds
You’re invited to a very special birthday party because Israel is turning 73! Wow! Get dressed in blue and white and come sing and dance with Morah Shara and our Rabbis as we celebrate Israel.
Join us virtually for this annual program which will feature a Music Talks concert, “Broadway Corner of Ben Gurion.” This exciting concert will include a celebration of Israel’s Independence Day starring singers from Broadway’s “The Band’s Visit” and “Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish.” As Broadway theaters have been closed for over a year, this concert will pay tribute to some of the most beloved Broadway tunes sung in Hebrew which connect to the story of Israel paired with Israel’s most famous musicals such as Kazablan. The evening will also include greetings from local synagogues, schools, and organizations, as well as the Acting Consul General of Israel.
See TIC email for location.
Join us for an engaging, impactful, and informative virtual Breakfast for Israel! Gather together with your community members to hear how your local efforts ensure a bright, prosperous future for the land and people of Israel. Then join Jewish National Fund-USA supporters from coast to coast in a vibrant celebration of Yom Ha’atzmaut.
Join Keshet Israel Educator Kayla Ship for a careful reading of the Story of David and Batsheva, highlighting the concept of Jewish Political Morality and the figure of David as a paradigm for teshuvah (repentance). We will also look at “visual Midrash” to see how Master painters have portrayed Batsheva, and listen to some contemporary music inspired by this well-known Biblical story. Zoom.
For details see TIC emails. Not a member? Contact Beth Levick, Director of Programming and Membership.