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Progressive Dinner party coming in April

Three locations. Three courses. Countless conversations. That’s what the Progressive Dinner, one of the highlights of the Temple Shalom calendar, is all about. Start with appetizers at one home, dinner at another and we will all gather together for home-made desserts at the Temple. Dessert contributions are particularly needed. If willing to host for entrees, please let us know. Register now for this great night. Scores of people already have signed up.

SHACHARIT celebrates Purim on Sunday

   SHACHARIT celebrates Purim with a shpiel based on The Lion King. Food, games and improv will follow with detailed information here.

Mental health panel speaks at Shabbat dinner

Friday, March 29, 6:30 p.m. services; 7:30 p.m. - panel and dinner
Let’s Talk about Mental Health: Building Sacred Community, Reducing Stigma" is the focus of a special panel and discussion on mental health. Temple Shalom is looking at mental health as part of our emphasis on inclusion. A special panel discussion will be held following Shabbat services during dinner. Dr. Jennifer Stone, clinical psychologist, will moderate the panel including  Leslie Bernstein, Executive Director of MEDA; Dr. Jennifer Green, Boston University Professor of Education and Clinical Psychology; Zoe Forbes, caregiver and clinical psychologist Dr. Sol Levin. Registration is open.

Nursery School ’19-20 registration opens

The Nursery School is open for registration for the 2019-20 school year. One major change for the program is expanded hours as the school day will start at 7:45 a.m and go until 5:30 p.m. Contact Nursery School Director Lucy Banerji for more information about this warm, engaging program. For detailed information about the school, visit the Nursery School website.

Temple hosts campfire sing-a-long

Sunday , April 7, 4 p.m.
It may not be summer yet, but Temple member Jason Brown leads us in campfire sing-alongs. Bring a blanket or beach chair as we sit around the “campfire,” sing songs, chow on s’mores, sip hot chocolate and share in this communal experience sponsored by the Music Committee. The event is free, but please register by April 3.

Shir Shalom sings at Project Manna concert

Tuesday, April 2, 7-9 p.m., at Temple Emanuel of Newton, 385 Ward St. The Shir Shalom Choir will sing at the 30th Annual Project Manna Concert, celebrating Jewish and gospel music. Proceeds benefit the Massachusetts Avenue Baptist Church's Project Manna hot meals program and food pantry for the homeless and the hungry. $20 adults/$15 students and seniors. Tickets are available.

Nature Camp registration continues

The Nature Explorer Summer Camp is back in late June for two months of fun-filled programming ranging from gardening to puppets to outer space. While many days are at capacity, there are openings. Contact Camp Director Becca Yudkoff with name and age of your child and what day, hours and weeks you are seeking.

Minyan and Torah Study introduces cookbook

The Minyan and Torah Study group meets on Shabbat morning not only to pray and discuss the finer points of that week’s Torah reading, but also to shmooze over mouth watering home-made delicacies. Now, you can create those very same creations at home thanks to the brand new Minyan and Torah Study cookbook. The group meets every Shabbat at 8:45 a.m.

Sat, March 23 2019 16 Adar II 5779