Schedule of Events:
We are pleased to announce our first
"Lunch and Learn"
Bring a box lunch to munch while you learn!
Topics will be presented by various scholars (and/or members) and will be on various wide-ranging topics.
Our first presenter is
Lawrence (Larry) Dworsky
who will speak to us on the topic of
Anecdotes: The Pathologic Liars That We Love: Anecdotal Evidence vs. Statistics (This is NOT a Math talk!)
Do you want to be a presenter? Contact Kayla Fine at email@example.com.
Janet Singer Applefield: Hidden Child during the Holocaust
Teaching children and young adults the power of courage and resilience in the face of bigotry and hate.
This talk will be followed by a Q & A.
Members: 100p, non-members: 150p
This first video is on Sephardic Music
Wednesday January 29: 3:30 – 6:00: Popcorn and a Movie: ‘In Between (Bar Bahar)’ (Arabic with English subtitles), An Israeli drama about three Palestinian women living in Tel
Aviv trying to find a balance between traditional and modern culture.
Suggested donation: CHESMA members 100 pesos Non-members 150 pesos
Arie Arazi and Barry Viuker will present:
TOWARDS PEACE: THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT
CAN IT BE RESOLVED?
- All conflicts, no matter the difficulties that may be involved, can be resolved.
- Is there a party in the conflict that is more right or wrong?
- Is peace possible among the parties in the conflict?
- Can an agreement for peace be concluded only between the two opposing parties?
- Could there be a perspective on the issue, different from any that have been discussed over the past seven decades?
(Jewish Cultural Community Center)
The JC3 is pleased to welcome back
who will give her first lecture of the season at the JC3 -- Calle de las Moras 47
Bea will speak on the topic:
"Oedipus Shmoedipus: as long as you love your mother,"
about the unhealthy relationship between Marcel Proust and his mother Jeanne Weil
RESERVATIONS ARE MANDATORY!! Please call 185-91 91 to reserve YOUR seat! This event will sell out quickly.
250p members/300p non-members
The Beautiful Possible, written and presented by author Amy Gottlieb
This session of the Book Club will be open to the public and will involve a fee, yet to be determined. The author, Amy Gottlieb, will attend to speak about her book.