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In Living Memory: The Music of Gershwin, Copland and Bernstein

A celebration of the Spirit of America and its most vital expression by three of our greatest cultural heroes: George Gershwin, Aaron Copland and Leonard Bernstein. The concert will feature the world premiere of the recent recording of Dr. Resnak's nine arrangements for two pianos of the most beloved Gershwin songs; the Saturday Night Waltz and Hoedown from Aaron Copland's "Rodeo", and Leonard Bernstein's brilliant, exciting Symphonic Dances from "West Side Story" arranged for two pianos.

With Duo Pianists Paul Posnak and Anita Castiglione

Sunday, September 11, 2022 at 4 PM Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach

Tickets range from $10-$30. Children are free. www.tesobe.org

(305) 538-2503

Temple TE presents Amy Arlo & Almost Blue

Café TE presents:

Live Music in the Courtyard

with Amy Arlo & Almost Blue

Sunday, November 15th from 6-10 PM

$18 cover includes one drink!

Reservations are required at tesobe.org. No Walk-ins.

Social distancing and masks will be observed.

1704 James Street. Back of Temple Emanu-El.

Muss Family Day

MUSS FAMILY MONTESSORI SCHOOL AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL’S INAUGURAL

                   MUSS FAMILY DAY
                April 7th, 11:00-3:00                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Muss Park, 4300 Chase Ave., Miami Beach

Enjoy food, carnival games, and appearances by the children’s favorite super heroes. Bake sale and activities for the little ones.

                   $50 per family

For further information, call (786) 717-5001

Muss Family Day

MUSS FAMILY MONTESSORI SCHOOL AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL’S INAUGURAL

                 MUSS FAMILY DAY
                April 7th, 11:00-3:00                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Muss Park, 4300 Chase Ave., Miami Beach

Enjoy food, carnival games, and appearances by the children’s favorite super heroes. Bake sale and activities for the little ones.

                   $50 per family

For further information, call (786) 717-5001

Arieh King will speak at Temple Emanu-El.

Thursday, April 4th at 7:30 PM

Arieh King, Director and Founder of the Israel Land Fund (ILF), will speak at Temple Emanu-El on Miami Beach.

Mr. King developed the idea for the Fund over the course of ten years of working in the east Jerusalem area. In October 2018, Mr. King was elected to his second term on the Jerusalem City Council, where he works tirelessly for the rights of Jews to live and travel with equal treatment in every part of the holy city.

Arieh works to strengthen the Jewish presence in eastern Jerusalem, where roughly 200,000 Jews live alongside approximately 230,000 Arabs. These efforts include increasing security, adding bus lines to ease transportation for Jews, and an initiative to limit the Muslim muezzin prayer call. #30

Temple Emanu-El is located at 170 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. For more information, call (305) 538-2503 ext. 221

Purim Party at Temple Emanu-El

Purim Party at Temple Emanu-El.

Wednesday, March 20th, 6 PM.

Early-childhood students from Muss Montessori School on Miami Beach will be participating in a Purim parade and showing off their costumes.

Wear a costume or come as you are! There will be Purim stories and Megilla reading, followed by an Open Bar for the adults.

Temple Emanu-El is located at 1701 Washington Avenue. For information, call (305) 538-2503, ext. 222.

Mitzvah Day at Temple Emanu-El

Temple Emanu-El will be having a Mitzvah Day on Sunday, March 10th and is inviting the community to participate.

Join them to bake Hamentashen. Children will make Purim cards. Knitters will create “Shawls of Love”. Design and make placemats. Bring your Tzedakah box and roll the coins. Donate books, travel-size toiletries, Kosher food.

Baking starts at 10 AM. All other activities begin at 11 AM until 2 PM. Beneficiaries are the JCS, Kosher Food Bank, Shalom Bayit and chemotherapy patients.

Temple Emanu-El is located at 1701 Washington Avenue on Miami Beach.
For further information, call (305) 538-2503 ext. 222.

Mitzvah Day at Temple Emanu-El

Temple Emanu-El will be having a Mitzvah Day on Sunday, March 10th and is inviting the community to participate.

Join them to bake Hamentashen. Children will make Purim cards. Knitters will create “Shawls of Love”. Design and make placemats. Bring your Tzedakah box and roll the coins. Donate books, travel-size toiletries, Kosher food.

Baking starts at 10 AM. All other activities begin at 11 AM until 2 PM.

Beneficiaries are the JCS, Kosher Food Bank, Shalom Bayit and chemotherapy patients.

Temple Emanu-El is located at 1701 Washington Avenue on Miami Beach.
For further information, call (305) 538-2503 ext. 222.

Whim 'n Rhythm at Temple Emanu-El of Miami

Temple Emanu-El on Thursday, March 14th at 7 PM, will feature Whim 'n Rhythm, Yale University's all-senior SSAA a cappella group, for an evening of music. 1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.

Regular price tickets available at the door (cash/card/check): Priority $40 Adults $25 Seniors (65+) $20
Students $15 Member Discount at the door: Priority $35 Adults $20. Discounted tickets are available for pre-order at whimattempleemanuel.eventbrite.com.

For further info, contact Ariela Zebede-Yale College Class of 2019/Tour Manager, Whim ‘n Rhythm 2019 (305) 206-8644 ariela.zebede@yale.edu

The Glory Days of the Catskills

Tuesday, February 12th 7-9 PM
The Glory Days of the Catskills

The evening will be a celebration of the glory days of the Catskill Mountains. The 1986 documentary, Rise and Fall of the Borscht Belt, chronicles the popularity and demise of the summer pilgrimage from New York City to the Catskills once made by a million people each year from the 1920s to the 1960s. Written and directed by Peter Davis. Starring Joseph Wiseman.
Following, a short film on the upcoming Catskill Resort Museum will be shown by it’s director Jack Godfrey. The Catskill Resort Museum will enlighten visitors of all ages and they will be educated about the unique history of the Catskill resort region. The legendary comedians who performed during the glory days of the Catskill resort era will be enshrined in a Comedy Hall of Fame. Many of these comedians and entertainers went on to star in stage, screen and television. The core exhibition will include photographs, videos, film documentaries, music, oral history and numerous artifacts. The principle objective is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the history of the resorts and the contribution to American culture. There are few people around who can tell the real story of those classic Catskill days better than Elaine Grossinger Etess, granddaughter of Selig and Malke Grossinger. Elaine will present the history of Grossinger’s Resort, one of the great hotels of the world in its day.

                $9 per person, includes refreshments.  Temple Emanu-El.  1701 Washington Avenue.  Miami Beach.    Call for reservations: (305) 538-2503 x 221  www.tesobe.org