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Scheck Hillel’s Chanukah Community Celebration with Chanukah “Hour of Code” Interactive Station

Scheck Hillel Community School invites you to an early evening Chanukah celebration for the community at large. The event will include live music and carnival games for all ages to enjoy. Visitors will also be able to get a taste of our academics by participating in our Chanukah “Hour of Code” Interactive Station, where students in Grades 2 through 5 will teach coding with a Chanukah twist.

The Menorah will be lit during the event and traditional Jewish holiday food favorites will be available for purchase.

This event is free of charge.

For more information please call 305.931.2831 or visit eHillel.org

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Keshers Boutique 2018

STOP & SHOP and don't miss- THE SHOPPING BOUTIQUE OF THE SEASON!

Kesher's 2018 Annual Boutique promises to be another amazing event.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2018

MAR JCC- SCHECK FAMILY GYM

FROM 8:30AM-6PM

COMPLIMENTARY VALET PARKING

SHOPPING FOR SCHOLARSHIP IS ALWAYS A WONDERFUL IDEA!!!!!

Hebrew Academy (RASG) Set to Break Ground on New Middle School/High School Complex

Have you heard the BIG news? Hebrew Academy (RASG) in Miami Beach is getting a new 40,000-square foot Middle School/High School Complex, designed with the latest 21st Century learning techniques in mind.
Join us for a special Groundbreaking Celebration on Friday, October 26 starting at 1:00 p.m.!

Dessert Reception

Please RSVP to araz@rasg.org by October 12.

For more information, head over to hebrewacademymiami.org

Open House at The Gordon School

The Gordon School of Beth David Congregation's Open House will be on Thursday, October 25, 2018 from 9-11am.

B'nai Mitzvah Reimagined!

Introducing BE MITZVAH! a Reimagined Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Rabbi Robyn Fisher of Beth Or created Be Mitzvah, a new, unique Bar/Bat Mitzvah experience that reimagines the traditional model of this important coming-of-age life cycle moment. Be Mitzvah shifts the students’ focus from prayer and chanting onto the learning of middot (Jewish character values) and the hands-on application of those values through Community service and social justice work. Completion of this program will inspire the participants to build a life of compassion, love and tikkun olam, the healing of the world around them.

Be Inspired. Be Compassionate. Be Socially Conscious. Be Jewish. What?

Be Mitzvah is a year-long Bar/Bat Mitzvah program for students going into the 7th grade. Each cohort will meet weekly, combining classroom work with monthly community, social-service work. The in-class curriculum will include a combination of Tikkun middot (provided by the Institute for Jewish Spirituality), social action study (provided by Repair the World), Hebrew language, and prayer. In addition to the weekly gatherings, there will be 3 special hands-on programs during the year in which the students will participate in fun, group-bonding activities revolving around Jewish rituals and holiday celebrations. The year will culminate in a creative, student-led group service and celebration, marking this milestone together with family and friends.

When?

Beginning September 23, 2018, the students will meet every Sunday from 9:30AM-12:30PM. One Sunday per month, the students will participate together in a year-long social action project under the auspices of Repair the World. And, there will be an additional 3 special-project gatherings during the year (date and time TBD).

Who?

Be Mitzvah is open to 7th graders who possess a real desire and discipline to participate in an intimate and intentional group initiative. No prior learning is necessary, although some rudimentary knowledge of Hebrew is helpful. Space is limited to those students who complete the application and can demonstrate a strong willingness and maturity to participate in this type of learning environment.

Cost?

There are no requirements of synagogue membership in Beth Or, although our Be Mitzvah families are always welcome to participate in all of our services and programs at no additional cost, including the High Holy Days. Participation in Be Mitzvah is $1800 and includes instruction, printed materials, transportation to the monthly social action project, hands-on programming materials, and a Be Mitzvah t-shirt. The end-of-the-year service and celebration will have an additional cost, subject to the group’s desires and abilities.

*There will be a $300 discount for any student who registers and pays in full before August 15th, 2018, pending acceptance into the program.

Contact jenberse@bemitzvah.com

Be Mitzvah 11715 SW 87th Ave Miami, FL 33176 305. 235.1419 info@bemitzvah.com

FIND US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/Be-Mitzvah-1043237065834023/?modal=admin_todo_tour

2019 Miami's Leo Martin March of the Living Registration is now OPEN

Apply Now for the 2019 Miami's Leo Martin March of the Living Program

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The 2019 March of the Living takes place from April 28 – May 13, 2019.

Sign up today to participate with Miami in the 31st March of the Living: www.caje-miami.org

Miami’s Leo Martin March of the Living is an identity-building program for high school seniors that uses Poland and Israel as a platform to study the history of the Holocaust and examine the roots of prejudice, intolerance, and hatred.

This identity building opportunity begins with a six-month journey with monthly educational sessions in Miami, culminating in a two-week international experience where teens from around the world come together to bear witness to the destruction of the Holocaust in Poland and then travel to Israel to rejoice in the Jewish Homeland. The program commemorates Yom HaShoah [Holocaust Memorial Day] marching from Auschwitz to Birkenau and celebrates Yom HaAtzmaut [Israel’s Independence Day] in the land of Israel.

For more information visit www.caje-miami.org or Email Me

CHAP Annual Dinner 5778

Tuesday, June 5, 2018, 5:30PM

CHAP Dinner at the James Bond Museum in the new Dezerland Park with a simultaneous Children's Program at the adjoining Ninja Lounge!

Honoring Bruno & Jenny Bloch - Parents of the Year Michael & Yael Cases - Community Leadership Award Avi & Itta Freundlich - Welcome to the Team CHAP cordially invites you to its Annual Dinner

Dezerland Park, 2000 NE 146th St, North Miami, FL 33181 Dinner at James Bond Children's Program at Ninja Lounge

Journal Ads & Reservations at (305) 770-1919 or http://ChabadChayil.org/dinner

Adult $90 / Table $850 Children $18, CHAP Children - Honored Guest $0

Piano Lessons.

We are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with piano teacher Victoria to offer weekly piano lessons! 4:40pm every Monday starting April 30 Chabad Chayil 2601 NE 211th Terr Miami, FL 33180 First lesson free! For more info Call (305) 770-1919 Reserve your spot here http://www.chabadchayil.org/3823182

Simon Family Purim Celebration at Temple Judea

Join us Sunday, March 4th at 10:45 AM to 11:30 AM for our Purim Shpiel Carnival starts at 11:30 AM to 2 PM Face Painting, New Rides, Delicious Food, Music, Little Farm and More! Wristband Sale $25 Day of $20 Presale

Temple Judea's January 20, 2018 Tot Shabbat

Tot Shabbat Sing-and-Play with Kalish Artist-in-Residence Billy Jonas Saturday, January 20, 2018 - 10:00 AM

Funky Jewish music for the whole family! Billy's creative sounds are guaranteed to inspire wonder, joy, and singing. Billy Jonas makes innovative use of found objects, using the rhythm of words, the body, and instruments to inspire young and old.

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