Lifelong learning is at the heart of Judaism. We focus on adult education and cultural arts programming designed to encourage men and women to grow in their Jewish path, connect with other TBT members, learn and have fun. Every year we pick a theme and this year’s theme is Jewish Ethics. Expect to find various learning opportunities connected to this theme.
For any questions about TBT’s Adult Education and Cultural Arts program, to volunteer or to provide suggestions for programs, contact Jayne Carlin at email@example.com or any of the committee members listed below.
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RSVP to: Rabbi Kate Speizer at rsvpEO@tdhs-nw.org or (206) 693-3046
WA State Jewish History
Howard Droker, historian and (retired) attorney, will share photos, census maps, and more as we look at local Jewish history from 1850 until World War II during this interactive program. We’ll explore three waves of Jewish Settlement in Washington State that took place during this timeframe: German speakers, Eastern Europeans, and those of Sephardic Heritage. Whether you’re familiar with the topic or it’s new to you, our local expert will have something for everyone.
Thursday, April 6, 2017, 10:30 - noon
Congregation Herzl-Ner Tamid: 3700 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA 98040
For directions, please call (206) 232-8555 or visit www.h-nt.org
The Ethical Case for Acting on Climate Change
An opportunity to learn why it is a collective responsibility to do what we can to limit the damage we are causing to the environment by fossil fuel consumption. Dr. Aaron Levine, National Research Council Postdoctoral Researcher at the Pacific Environment Lab, NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) will guide our conversation and provide us with the latest research. Come with your questions and curiosity as we explore the influence that humans are having on our environment and why it is a moral imperative that we act.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017, 10:30-noon
Temple De Hirsch Sinai, Seattle Campus: 1441 16th Ave, Seattle
For directions, please call (206) 323-8486 or visit www.templedehirschsinai.org
The Moment for Dance - Dancing for Seniors!
Come sing and dance to the oldies while sitting in your chair! Replenish your energy while aligning and strengthening balance. Lisa Ravenholt, a NY taught and certified movement analyst, and a former professor of dance at Seattle's Cornish College will lead us in music and fun, while we remember and enjoy, no matter our current limitations. Come join us in this transforming experience.
Thursday, April 27, 2017 · 10:30-noon
Temple De Hirsch Sinai, Bellevue Campus:3850 156th Avenue SE, Bellevue
For directions, please call (206) 323-8486 or www.templedehirschsinai.org