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Yom Rivii, 24 Av 5777

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August 2017 Worship Services

Fri. 4  5:15 p.m. Oneg; 6 p.m. Shabbat Service

Sat. 5  10 a.m. Torah Service

Fri. 11  5:15 p.m. Oneg; 6 p.m. Shabbat Service; Music by Gwenda

Sat. 12  10 a.m. Torah Service

Fri. 18  5:15 p.m. Oneg; 6 p.m. Family Shabbat Service

Sat. 19  10 a.m. Torah Service

Fri. 25  5 p.m. Family Potluck Dinner; 6 p.m. "Camp" style combined with Family Shabbat Service

Sat. 26  10 a.m. Torah Service

Shabbat evening services begin at 6 p.m., preceded by Oneg Shabbat at 5:15.

* One service per month is designated as a family-oriented service, with music, language and Rabbi's message aimed at young people.

Every Saturday morning at 10 a.m., please join our Shabbat Torah service. It's a participatory service with plenty of singing, a Torah reading, and an interactive discussion of the weekly Torah portion.

ONGOING EVENTS

Classes this Month

For information regarding Hebrew classes please contact Marilynne Yeakley (928) 713-1459.

Adult Educational Events

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See current newsletter for upcoming Educational Events.

TBS Book Club

The Book Club will meet Tuesday, August 29th at 9:00 a.m. to discuss "Here I Am" by Jonathan Safran Foer. Please join us for discussion and bagels.

Women of TBS Events

Wednesday, September 6, 5-7 p.m., The Happiness Hour. See flyer for more information.

SAVE THE DATE! Sunday, September 17 – For a refreshing program at the Yavapai College Art Gallery for High Tea Desserts. RSVP by September 12. See flyer for details.

Keep the comradeship going: Support your Women of TBS.

Men's Club

Men’s Club meets every Tuesday at the Wildflower. Join us for a wonderful breakfast and always lively conversation.

Movie Night

Saturday, August 5th at 7:30 p.m., Brighton Beach Memoirs. Brighton Beach Memoirs is the first of playwright Neil Simon's unofficial "autobiographical trilogy" (it was followed by Biloxi Blues and Broadway Bound). Set in the Brighton Beach section of Brooklyn, New York in September 1937 amidst The Great Depression, this coming-of-age comedy focuses on Eugene Morris Jerome, a Polish-Jewish American teenager who experiences puberty, and a search for identity as he tries to deal with his family, including his older brother Stanley, his parents Kate and Jack, Kate's sister Blanche, and her two daughters, Nora and Laurie, who come to live there after their father's death. Rated PG-13 and 1 hour 50 minutes long. Please join us for the movie, refreshments and discussion. 

Special Events:

Annual Picnic: Sunday, August 20, 12-4 p.m. See flyer for details.

Save the Dates:

High Holy Days Schedule.

 

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