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Jewish National Fund Community Reception: Special in Israel, Special in Uniform with Lt.Col. (Res.) Tiran Attia, Director, Special in Uniform. No cost to attend. Dietary laws observed.RSVP by March 20 at JNF.org/STL or call 314-635-0400.
You’ll learn new techniques and may even surprise yourself with your talent. No experience needed. Space is limited.
This program will offer varying perspectives on Anti-BDS legislation currently moving through both the Missouri General Assembly and the U.S. Congress.
Interested in connecting with members from all divisions of the Professional Society and enjoying a wonderful breakfast? Join us at the
Ritz for a morning of both! The Professional Society invites you to meet a select group of Jewish professionals for the inaugural gathering of The Breakfast Connection. It will be a great way to actually get to know other members!
Film and discussion on the “original” St. Louis Street Cars. Take a ride down memory lane with our adored NORC volunteer and transportation enthusiast, Mark Goldfeder.
This series offers young adults an exciting opportunity to experience meaningful Shabbat services, share a delicious meal, and engage in a stimulating group discussion led by the Rabbis.
The John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics and the Center for Jewish Learning present The Boniuk-Tanzman Memorial Lecture on Jewish Medical Ethics – Identifying Depression and Anxiety: Jewish and Psychological Perspectives with Dr. David Pelcovitz. Dr. Pelcovitz holds the Gwendolyn and Joseph Straus Chair in Psychology and Education Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration at Yeshiva University.
Ken Burns presents Making History, Thomas Jefferson. Learn of the author of the Declaration of Independence, voice of new era of democratic government, and residing President through our country’s expansion with Louisiana Purchase and more.
Jeannie Opdyke Smith will be sharing the powerful and riveting true story of her mother, Polish rescuer Irene Gut Opdyke who, as a young gentile girl, changed the world for dozens of people during the Holocaust. This almost unbelievable story earned her mother the designation as one of the Righteous Among the Nations and an Israel Medal of Honor.
Enjoy lunch in University City (cost on own) and take a ride on the new Trolley with guide Mark Goldfeder. Payment is due at time of RSVP. $13/person. Advance reservations required.