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PJ Library Story Time at Books & Books

PJ Library Story Time at Books & Books in Coral Gables and Bal Harbour
Caring for the Environment and Tu B'Shevat

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At 10:30 a.m., Temple Beth Am Day School invites you and your little ones to a story time and activity featuring guest reader Rabbi Rachel Greengrass. Books & Books in Coral Gables is located at 265 Aragon Avenue. For more information, please call 305.442.4408.

At noon, Lehrman Community Day School teachers will be hosting the reading at Books & Books in Bal Harbour located at 9700 Collins Avenue.

Tu B'Shevat is the birthday of the trees and there will be stories and activities for children ages two to six. For more information, please call 305.864.4241.

An Afternoon of Music at Temple Beth Sholom

Cantor Steven Haas and Cantor Lisa Segal invite you to spend next Sunday afternoon in our Sanctuary for a program of beautiful music.

Temple Beth Sholom "Afternoon of Music", will feature the talented vocalists from the studio of the Manny Perez, well-known vocal instructor. Some of these artists sing with the Florida Grand Opera and we are so fortunate to have them in our concert. We will also feature TBS member, Jennifer Benrey, along with Cantors Steven Haas, Lisa Segal, Rachelle Nelson and Adelle Nicholson. The musical selections will consist of pieces from famous operas and broadway musicals. Warren Broome will be the accompanist.

Sunday, January 13th, 2013, 4:00 p.m.

The concert is free, but the best seats are by advanced reservation - Click Here for Reservations

Temple Judea's Tu B'Shevat Havdallah Happening/Family Moments

Join us on Saturday, January 26th at 5:30 PM at Bill Sadowski Park, 17555 SW 79th Avenue. Ring in the new week and the new year of the trees with your Temple Judea Family. Bring your guitars and drums and enjoy a festive celebration under the stars. Contact Sharon at for more information.

Temple Judea 5500 Granada Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146 305 667-5657

“Acupuncture Works!”, hosted by Coral Gables Acupuncture

Free seminar and interactive event featuring Board Certified Acupuncture Physicians Steve Chasens and Liliana Gomez.

You will learn how acupuncture and herbal medicine can benefit your health in a safe, holistic and effective way. Topics include stress reduction, pain management & emotional disorders.

Complimentary food, beverages, raffles for free acupuncture, plus a gift bag for each attendee!

Date: Saturday February 9th, 2013

Session A: 12 noon - 1:30 pm Session B: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Identical information presented in each session.

Where: Coral Gables Acupuncture, 2645 Douglas Rd, Suite 501, Miami, FL 33133

RSVP: Call 305.446.3009 by Friday February 1st to confirm number of guests & select your preferred Session.

Link for Event is:

Our physicians strongly believe in educating people; Dr. Chasens has presented numerous community lectures throughout Miami-Dade County and is proud to be the local Chanel 4 and Chanel 6 expert on Acupuncture and Herbal medicine. This is an event open to the public, however, reservations are encouraged.

To learn more about Coral Gables Acupuncture, please visit

Scholar in Residence: Rabbi Steven Weil

Scholar in Residence: Rabbi Steven Weil

Date: Friday Night January 25, 2013 at 7PM Young Israel of Aventura, in the Waterways is pleased to welcome the Community to their Scholar in Residence Event featuring Rabbi Steven Weil for an inspiring weekend of lectures and drashot of vital importance to 21st Century Jewish life.

Rabbi Weil is Executive Vice President of the Orthodox Union. The son of German “fie handlers”, grew up on a cattle farm in Upstate New York. His love for learning began early, and as a teenager prevailed upon his parents to send him away to Yeshiva. He continued his education at Kerem B’Yavneh and Yeshiva University, concurrently completing his ordination at the Rabbeinu Yitzchak Elchanan Theological Seminary and a Masters in Business Administration from NYU’s Stern School of Business. Rabbi Weil began his career teaching, and then began pulpit work; first at the Young Israel of Oak Park Michigan and then at Beth Jacob Congregation in Beverly Hills, California. In both positions, Rabbi Weil significantly expanded the synagogue’s membership and programming and was involved in serving the needs of the greater community as well. In 2009 he became the chief executive officer of the Orthodox Union. Rabbi Weil is a popular teacher and exceptional lecturer, having delivered invocations for former president Bush and governor Schwarzenneger among others. He has served internationally as scholar in residence on land and on sea, and is a passionate advocate for Israel and for Jewish education. Rabbi Weil resides in New Jersey with his wife and seven children.

Further information and reservations for Friday night Dinner as well as sponsorships are available at our website

Food Truck Frenzy! A Beth David Community Event!

Enjoy gourmet food trucks, a beer garden, DJ, PJ Library story time, activity and movie for the kids, a special Torah writing project and more...all at Beth David! Food trucks include Mushaboom, Killer Pasta, Clarabelle's Cupcakes, Firewall Pizza, HipPop gelato bars and more!

Co-sponsored by Beth David Women's League, the Parents' Association, PJ Library and the Next Century: Young Professionals of Beth David Congregation.

To RSVP, click here, call 305.854.3911 x200 or email Food and drinks available for purchase.

Sun, Jan 27, 4-8 pm, Free Admission, Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW Third Avenue, Miami

March of the Living 25th Anniversary Celebration

March of the Living 25th Anniversary Celebration will take place on Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 7:00 pm at Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus, 20350 NE 26 Ave., N Miami Beach. The celebration will be honoring the Survivors who participated on the March of the Living since 1988; the 1988 first March of the Living participants from Dade and Broward; and remembering our Founding Director, Gene Greenzweig z'l. The program will include an unforgettable concert with Cantor Alberto Mizrahi, "The Jewish Pavarotti". General Admission $36 - March Teen Alumni $25 - Teens/College Students $18 and includes dessert reception following program. For Tickets Call: 786.367.0533 or email:

Beth Torah Disney Shabbat

Join Rabbi Ed Farber and Cantor Luis Cattan for a Special Family Shabbat Service featuring the melodies of Disney on Friday, Jan. 11, 2013 at 6:30 pm. Special "character" dinner following. $12 Adults $6 kids or $30 Families. Please call Sherry 305-932-2829 or for reservations.

16th Annual CAJE Miami Jewish Film Festival

What better way to celebrate a Jewish occasion than to dance the hora? The 16th CAJE Miami Jewish Film Festival opens at the Colony Theater on Saturday, January 26th, with the film "Hava Naglia (The Movie)" that unlocks the history and mystery of the magical song played when Jews worldwide dance the hora. On Tuesday, Jan. 22nd at 6pm, the community is invited to the Michael-Ann Russell JCC in North Miami Beach, to dance in “Miami’s Largest Hora Happening.” As a community, people will celebrate the festival’s “Sweet Sixteen” and dance to the classic tune that has become an integral part of Jewish culture.

The Jewish Film Festival runs from Jan. 26 - Feb 4th, and Ellen Wedner, Festival Director, has created a movie lineup with something to appeal to every age, from a toe-tapping documentary to a feature about finding common ground in a racially charged community. A richly diverse cultural representation – Ethiopian, Israeli, Macedonian, Russian, Dutch, Cuban, French, German, and Argentinean – define the films scheduled. Some of thse films include:

"400 Miles to Freedom", (Israel) a powerful documentary by co-director Avishai Mekonen, who breaks his 20-year silence about the brutal kidnapping he endured as a child in Sudan during his community's exodus out of Africa, and in so doing explores issues of immigration and racial diversity in Judaism today.

"Off White Lies" (Israel) is a charming Israeli film about a father, his daughter and a con game. Libby, an introverted yet sharp-witted teenager, is sent to live with her father, Shaul, in Israel. Her arrival coincides with the outbreak of the second Lebanon war. Libby quickly discovers that her Dad, is an infantile eccentric, and that he is “in-between apartments”. Shaul’s has a creative plan to put a roof over their heads.

Special guest, filmmaker Yassel Iglesias, attends the screening of his documentary "The Chosen Island" (Cuba). In the film, he explores both the history of Sephardim in Cuba and their indelible part of the country’s social fabric. Through interviews with members of the Cuban Sephardic Jewish community, viewers experience the rediscovery and revival of Jewish life there, and listen in as the film raises questions about faith, resilience, strength, and survival. The filmmaker and Festival Director lead a discussion following the screening.

"Kaddish for a Friend" (Germany) tells the heartwarming story of two very different people from opposite sides of a conflict. Surrounded by memories from his past, Alexander, a Russian Jew and World War II veteran, lives alone in the apartment above Ali, a 14-year-old who, with his family, recently moved to Germany from Lebanon. As Ali struggles to fit in, and in an attempt to impress his new friends, he is caught in an act of racial hatred. What happens next is a surprise to everyone, but no one more than Alexander and Ali.

"Room 514" (Israel) is an uncompromising drama that provides a raw, direct look at the psyche of a generation of young Israelis shaped by the effects of ongoing conflict. The minimalist set uses an interrogation room as a metaphor for contemporary Israel. The story follows an idealistic military investigator whose integrity is challenged when she confronts an elite soldier with accusations of unnecessary violence against a Palestinian man in the Occupied Territories. The film received a Special Jury Mention at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Lighter features include the bittersweet romance "Divorce Invitation" featuring Elliot Gould and Lainie Kazan. The story follows Mike, who is happily married to Dylan (Jamie-Lynn Sigler), until he runs into his high school sweetheart, Alex. After all these years, sparks still fly. Determined that Alex is his true soul mate, he realizes he has a huge problem-he signed an ironclad pre-nuptial agreement. Or perhaps, there might be a loophole.

The festival closes with the coming of age film, "Letters for Jenny (Cartas Para Jenny - .Argentina), Opening with a bittersweet Bat Mitzvah celebration, Jenny enters her teenage years after losing her mother to a terminal illness. Her father gives her a series of letters left behind by her late mother to be opened at key moments in her life.

The festival runs from Saturday, January 26 through Monday, February 4. For complete movie listings with film descriptions, times and locations and to purchase tickets, log on to or call 1-888-585-FILM

Tickets for the Miami Jewish Film Festival, except for opening and closing nights, are $12.50 General Admission; $10.50 Seniors /Students; $8.50 Film Society members. A $160 Fast Pass provides entry into all films. Film Society members receive discounts on tickets and fast passes and advance festival ordering. For Film Society Memberships, fast passes and tickets, order on line at

Jan. 18 - Young Adults Shabbat Dinner with Alan Dershowitz - Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center & AIPAC Miami Club

Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center & AIPAC’s Miami Club*

present Young Professionals Friday Night Live

featuring Alan Dershowitz, Renowned Harvard Law Professor & Author

Discussing "Why is so much of the World Turning Against Israel?"

Friday, January 18, 2013

  • 6:30 pm Friday Night Live Musical Service
  • 7:30 p.m. Shabbat Dinner & Program
  • $25 Adults, $10 Children

Singles, Couples, Families Welcome! Open to the community.

Click here to register by Jan. 16 or contact 305-937-1880,

*Miami Club members are young professionals in their 20s and 30s who contribute a minimum of $360 to AIPAC’s annual campaign.

In Collaboration with: + Israel Bonds Young Investors Society + The Network – Greater Miami Jewish Federation’s Under 40 Connection + The Tribe + L’Chaim Kosker Vodka + The Babysitting Company

HOST COMMITTEE: Amanda & Matthew Adler, Rachel Baum, Andrea & Sean Beck, Leigh & Avi Benayoun, Michelle & Matan Ben-Avi, Rabbis Lauren & Jonathan Berkun, Elan Berle, Rebecca & Shlomi Dinar, Remy Jacobson, Vanessa Jacobson, Anette & Daniel Karten, Nicole & Jordan Kavana, Laura Lavie, Dean Neiger, Erin & Michael Yavner, Heather & Vladi Yurovsky, Lauren & Leo Zabezhinsky

This event is off the record and closed to the press. 20400 NE 30th Avenue, Aventura, FL 33180

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