Continuing Series for learners of all ages, levels and backgrounds - who love a good story!
Monday Mornings at 9:45a.m.
May 5th, 12th
Our next get-together will be Monday, April 28th at 1:30p.m. in the Library. We knit blankets for the Linus Project, which provides them to children from 0-18 years who are ill or have suffered trauma. We also make knitted hats for Israeli soldiers or you can knit or crochet for other worthy causes. We have fun and help each other with our knitting projects. Please join us. NB: Please note that If you wish to be included, please e-mail me at email@example.com or call me at 905-707-7377.
Starting April 2014:
April 29th - Robert Rotenberg - The Crime Fiction Novel
May 6th - Mike Anklewicz - Where's the Klezmer?
May 13th - Marc Gorbet - From RCMP to Lawyer - My Legal Journey
May 20th - Dr. Terry Delovitch - Genetic Diseases in Ashkenazi Jews
May 27th - Tom Sandler - "I'll Never Smile Again"
June 3rd - Norene Gilletz - The Menus in My Life
June 10th - Rabbi Jarrod Grover - What the Proposed Quebec Charter Means for Us
June 17th - John Thompson - New Realities in the Middle East: Impact on Israel
Get your 8 pack before February 28th!
See attached flyer for details
BEYOND THE CHUPPAH
MARRIAGE TOOLS FOR PRE-NUPS
Equip yourselves with skills and habits that are proven to build successful, sustaining, and loving relationships for the long run!
With Marriage-Counselor Larry Borins and Rabbi Jarrod Grover
Two Shabbat Afternoon Sessions - Saturday, April 26th and Saturday May 3rd, 2014 from 1:30p.m. to 3:00pm.
At Beth Tikvah Synagogue/3080 Bayview Ave.
RSVP to Rosalie@bethtikvahtoronto.org
No charge for those affiliated with Beth Tikvah or those being married outside of Beth Tikvah by Rabbi Grover.
5774 Yom Hashoah
Remembering Those We Have Lost ...
Honouring Those Who Have Survived
With a presentation by
Gerda Frieberg sharing her story and introducing
us to her new critically-acclaimed memoir
I Kept My Promise
"An invaluable, irreplaceable testimony." - Eli Wiesel
Presentation followed by our annual "Yad Vashem"
And a moving Photographic Exhibition by Larry Fruitman
Motzei Shabbat April 26th, beginning at 7:40pm with Minha
Beth Tikvah's Moss Family Shinshinim: Omree Negri & Orian Grisaru will be introducing and screening the last Israeli film (English subtitles) followed by directed discussion groups and refreshments. Enjoy a great film, a nash and hear from these incredible young people as they bring their unique perspectives on a variety of issues raised in these films. A wonderful way to spend a social evening out at BT!
Cost: $5/screening in advance or $10/screening at the door.
Contact the synagogue office 416-221-3433 to register by phone
or click the link below to register online.
For more information about each of the films click below for the program flyer.
Beth Tikvah Synagogue is offering a bereavement support program to its members. Non-members are welcome for a nominal fee. The Program will be held by trained bereavement group facilitator,
The group will meet on Sunday mornings for 8 weeks from 10am-11am at the Synagogue.
Dates are as follows:
May 4th, 11th, and 25th
June 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th
Advance registration is required by April 20th
Call the office to register at 416-221-3433 or
Beth Tikvah presents YA-BA-BYE
The Joys of Hassidic Music. A musical lecture-recital with Hazzan Tibor Kovari. Sunday, May 18th, 2014. Join us for a delightful musical journey through the Shtetls of Eastern Europe. Hazzan Tibor Kovari will illustrate the many styles of Hassidic song, including Vishnitz, Lubavitch, Mozitz, Modern Hassidic music, and more. Experience the real sounds of this extremely joyous music!
Cost $10 Shaharit 9am; Breakfast 10am; Lecture-Recital 10:30am
Pre-Registration required. Call the office to register at 416-221-3433.