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Kesher
Formerly called the Empty Nesters, the Kesher group gives mature adults - many of whom have free time during daylight hours - an opportunity to socialize with others in the same situation.  We are in the planning stages of this new group.  A previous incarnation, the Empty Nesters, would meet monthly - usually for a Sunday brunch, dairy pot luck, schmoozing, and to discuss a topic of choice. Topics have included discussing a guest speaker at the shul such as Rabbi Stone talking about Mussar, favorite books recently read, the Jewish film festival, memories of the high holidays, Medicare supplements, and we have also seen films of Jewish interest and read short plays aloud. Singles as well as couples are warmly invited. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Carol Benedick.

YAD - Young Adult Division
This group for young adults in their 20s and 30s, provides religious and social network opportunities for graduate students and young professionals. Many members of our group become active members of our community who attend, and lead, Shabbat morning services. Programs include: film showings, Shabbat dinners, Food and Friends Groups, drinks in Rabbi Borodin’s sukkah, cooking for Shabbas chefs, and more. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact our Community and Membership Engagement Director.

Food & Friends 5784
Join Food and Friends to connect with a small group (8-10 people) of Beth Shalom members during five monthly meetings on Sundays. Share a meal, along with studying a curriculum prepared by Rabbi Rose.  Please click here for more information on this year's Food & Friends.

Questions? Contact our Program Coordinator, Yana Teush.

Food & Friends Registration has closed for this year.  Please check back again in Fall of 2024.

 

ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES

EO is a Jewish community-wide social & education program sponsored by Temple De Hirsch Sinai, Congregation Beth Shalom, Congregation Kol Ami, Jewish Family Service, Kline Galland, Temple Beth Am and Temple B’nai Torah.  

Please visit the Endless Opportunities webpage for additional information.

Lunch & A Movie with HNT Daytimers: The Infidel
Wednesday, February 21 | 11:30 AM Lunch, 12:30-2:30 PM Film

Free during the day? Join EO and HNT Daytimers for good conversation, a tasty lunch, and a Jewish-themed film! The film is still TBD.

HNT’s in-house caterer, Lirit Maslan Ziv of Purple Beet Catering, will prepare the meal for this special program.

Pricing:
Early Bird Lunch (register by Feb 14): $10/person
Regular Lunch: $12/person
Film only: free admission, but your registration is still appreciated.

Join us in-person at Herzl-Ner Tamid, 3700 East Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA 98040.
Register Here!  
This event is in-person only at the HNT on Mercer Island. After registering, you will receive an email confirming your participation.

Let’s Learn about PJ Library
Thursday, February 29 | 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Rachel Zell, Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle’s PJ Library Program Manager, will teach us about this local resource for Jewish families, including grandparents. From free monthly books to holiday guides, music and meet-up’s, we can all have a positive impact on literacy and Jewish identity.

Join us online or in person at Temple De Hirsch Sinai's Seattle Campus, 1520 E. Union St. 98122.
Register Here!  
This event is online and in-person at TDHS in Seattle. After registering, you will receive an email confirming your participation.

Mon, February 26 2024 17 Adar I 5784