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    CBB: ADL 12th Annual Women of Valor Luncheon Honoring Geraldine Sunshine

    The Mandarin Oriental Hotel 776 Boylston Street, Boston MA 02199
    The Woman of Valor Award recognizes remarkable women leaders who have made an extraordinary impact on their communities, and exemplify the distinguishing values of integrity, leadership, and commitment.

    Individual Tickets: $200

    Register
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    CBB: PJ Library: Movie Matinee

    JCC Greater Boston (Leventhal Sidman Center, 333 Nahanton Street, Newton)
    Introduce your little ones to the excitement of watching a movie on the big screen with the irresistible favorite "Toy Story" at JCC Greater Boston (Leventhal Sidman Center, 333 Nahanton Street, Newton) on Sunday, November 4 from 10-11:30am in a relaxed, child-friendly setting where squirming and running around are welcome! Coffee for adults, snacks for kids and crafts for older siblings included. Feel free to BYO-blanket and favorite stuffed animal, and, of course, pajamas are welcome! Donation request for event is $15/family. For families with children 2-6 years. Older siblings welcome. For more information, contact newtonfamilies@jccgb.org. Register at bostonjcc.org/moviemorning.

    CBB: Temple Beth Elohim Fall Boutique

    Temple Beth Elohim, Wellesley
    Back by popular demand, our Fall Boutique Fundraiser is November 4! After a three-year hiatus, the preschool at Temple Beth Elohim is thrilled to bring back this sought-after shopping event. It's an incredible day of shopping, featuring 40 vendors with original, high-quality boutique items. Home decor, jewelry, artisanal foods, Judaica, children's books, athleisurewear--you'll find something for everyone at our Fall Boutique and get a head start to holiday gift shopping!
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    CBB: Gan Aliyah to Open Classroom for Children Aged 18-22 Months

    Temple Aliyah
    On November 6th Gan Aliyah Preschool at Temple Aliyah will be opening a brand new classroom designed for children who were 18-22 months as of September 2018, scheduled to meet on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. We have warm, nurturing teachers who are busy setting up a beautiful environment and developing a curriculum filled with learning opportunities.  If you (or your friend, neighbor or relative!) have a child who is ready for a first 'away from my grown up' program, please give our Director, Debbi Fendell, a call at 781-444-8522 to schedule a tour. Limited spaces available! https://www.templealiyah.com/GanAliyah
    Contact: Debbi Fendell
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    CBB: A Conversation on Israel with its Top Journalists

    Boston University Hillel
    Join us for a conversation on Israel with its top joirnalists. Wednesday, November 7 at 5:00 PM. Featuring Maya Ziv - Reshet13 TV, Yael Dan - Army Radio, and Itamar Eichner - Yedioth Ahronot @Boston University Hillel.
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    CBB: Josh and the Jamtones Concert at TBS

    Temple Beth Shalom
    Looking for an activity on Veteran's Day?! Join us for a rocking morning of fun with Josh and the Jamtones here at TBS! Tickets are $15 and you can Venmo Temple Beth Shalom Needham at anytime to secure your spot.

    Get Tickets!

    CBB: PJ Library Road Trip: Easton Children’s Museum

    Easton Children's Museum (9 Sullivan Avenue) in North Easton
    Join PJ Library as we partner with the Easton Children's Museum (9 Sullivan Avenue) in North Easton on Monday, November 12 from 10am-12pm to honor our veterans in a very special way. Children can explore, imagine, and make a special gift for a veteran. Other museum Veterans Day activities are included. Museum admission is $9/person. Museum members and children under one are free. For families with children 0-6 years. Contact south@jccgb.org with questions. RSVP for this and other South Area events at bostonjcc.org/southrsvp.

    CBB: PJ Library Presents: Rolie Polie Guacamole!

    Congregation Or Atid (97 Concord Road) in Wayland
    Spend Veterans Day singing, dancing, and jamming with Rolie Polie Guacamole at Congregation Or Atid (97 Concord Road) in Wayland on Monday, November 12 from 10:30-11:30am. This fun, family-friendly concert is the perfect way to get your Monday wiggles out. Cost is $15/family. For families with children ages 0-6 years. For more information and to register, visit bostonjcc.org/pjroliepolie or contact pjlibrary@jccgb.org. In partnership with Congregation Or Atid.

    CBB: Performance of Playing By Air at JCC

    Leventhal-Sidman Center (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton
    The award-winning performers of Playing By Air share their sense of playfulness and breathtaking feats in a high-energy theatrical experience filled with laughter and joy. Featuring a symphony of action, comedy, music, juggling and circus, this show will delight and amaze the entire family. Held at the Leventhal-Sidman Center (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton on Monday, November 12. Shows at 11am and 1pm. For families with children ages 3+ with adult. Cost is $18. Show is part of the JCC Magic Ark Performing Arts Series for Families, a program of the Ryna Greenbaum JCC Center for the Arts. For tickets, visit bostonjcc.org/magicark or call 617-965-5226 or 866-811-4111.
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    CBB: CJP Young Women's Philanthropy Fall Event

    The Rashi School
    Looking for ways to give back before Hanukkah? Join CJP’s Young Women’s Philanthropy on Tuesday, November 13 for a donation and sorting party to benefit the Clothing Closet at Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS).

    The JFS Clothing Closet provides access to free clothing and a dignified experience to meet the basic needs of our friends and neighbors experiencing financial insecurity. Together, we’ll collect and sort children’s clothing to donate, and enjoy time with the inspiring and generous women of our community.

    We'll learn more about CJP’s Anti-Poverty Initiative and discover how the JFS Clothing Closet got its start. Hear how a few dedicated individuals came together to fill a need in our community.

    If you have children’s clothing you would like to donate, please be sure they meet the JFS Clothing Closet standards (https://cdn.fedweb.org/fed-34/2/JFS%2520Children%2527s%2520Clothing%2520Closet.pdf). You can also choose to make a monetary donation and support the cost of additional clothing to be purchased before the event. On the registration page, you may choose to donate an additional $36 to help clothe a child.

    Wine and light hors d'oeuvres will be served. Dietary laws will be observed.

    Cost: $36 per person.
    Event fees reflect the cost of goods and services provided and are not tax deductible. Any donations above and beyond the fee are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. 

    RSVP by Friday, November 2.
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    CBB: Little Groove at the Boston Children's Museum

    Boston Children's Museum (308 Congress Street) in Boston
    Join PJ Library as we jump, wiggle and dance with Little Groove at the Boston Children's Museum (308 Congress Street) in Boston on Sunday, November 18 from 11am-12pm. Come for the concert and stay to enjoy all the museum has to offer. RSVP at bostonjcc.org/childrensmuseum2018 to enter our drawing to win a $200 gift card to Edaville Family Theme Park. Regular museum admission rates apply. For families with children ages 0-6 years. For more information, contact pjlibrary@jccgb.org.

    CBB: Camp Kingswood Open House

    Leventhal-Sidman Center (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton
    Come and meet the Camp Kingswood director, Leslie Zide and staff to answer all your questions about camp. Located in Southern Maine, Camp Kingswood is a dynamic Jewish overnight camp that has provided life-changing summer experiences for almost 100 years. Girls and boys entering grades 3-11 enjoy an unforgettable summer filled with land and water sports, outdoor adventure, visual arts, performing arts and Jewish culture. Learn more at bostonjcc.org/classes-and-events/kingswood-open-house-1.

    CBB: JCC Camp Re-registration Day

    Leventhal-Sidman Center at JCC Greater Boston
    Whether you love to sing and dance at Camp Kaleidoscope, learn important swimming skills at Camp Grossman or hone your skills at Specialty Camps an exciting summer awaits. Join us on Sunday, November 18 from 2-4pm at the Leventhal-Sidman Center at JCC Greater Boston. Enjoy an unforgettable summer with JCC Greater Boston filled with land & water sports, outdoor adventures, visual arts, performing arts and Jewish culture. Save $75 on your day camp registration when you sign up on November 18! Learn more at bostonjcc.org/re-registration (https://www.bostonjcc.org/classes-and-events/re-registration-day).

    CBB: Gateways Sweet Sounds Honoring Jane Taubenfeld Cohen

    Temple Emanuel, 385 Ward Street, Newton
    Join us to say yes to inclusion!

    Access to Jewish Education is hosting its annual Sweet Sounds Celebration on Sunday, November 18, from 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm at Temple Emanuel in Newton. This year, we are honoring Jane Taubenfeld Cohen and her work in creating inclusive Jewish schools and institutions. All members of the Boston Jewish community are welcome. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online.

    Co-chairs: Leslie and Alan Crane, Nadine Evans and Rafi Kieval, and Lori Barnet and Jeffrey Savit.

    Register Online

    CBB: Music with Emily: Sing-A-Long Sunday

    Ready, Set, Kids! (284 Broadway) in Arlington
    Bring the whole family for this get-up-and-move, have-some-fun Sing-A-Long with Emily at Ready, Set, Kids! (284 Broadway) in Arlington on Sunday, November 18 from 4-4:45pm. This Sing-A-Long Sunday is filled with both new and old favorites, Emily's guitar, ukulele and many surprises. Cost is $10/family. For children ages 0-4 years, with adult. For more information and to register, visit bostonjcc.org/musicwithemily or contact metronorth@jccgb.org.
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    CBB: The 360Five: One Year, Five Questions, Many Voices

    Cambridge - Multi Cultural Arts Center
    Combined Jewish Philanthropies is excited to launch a year-long, community-wide conversation tour, “The 360Five: One Year, Five Questions, Many Voices,” led by CJP President and CEO Rabbi Marc Baker.
     
    Through dozens of in-person events around Greater Boston, the tour will introduce diverse audiences to Marc and allow him to hear about critical issues firsthand. We hope these conversations will invite a broad array of perspectives to inform and co-create our shared future of a resilient, networked community through a discussion of five key questions. Please consider attending one of the six town halls being held in a variety of locations. All events start promptly at 7:00pm and light snacks will be served.
     
    Tuesday, November 20 - Cambridge - Multi Cultural Arts Center
    Tuesday, November 27 - Canton – Hebrew SeniorLife, Orchard Cove
    Thursday, December 13 - Brookline – Congregation Kehillath Israel
    Thursday, January 10 - Natick – Temple Israel
    Tuesday, January 15 - Salem – Peabody Essex Museum
    Tuesday, February 5 - Lexington – Scottish Rite Masonic Museum
     
    To register please click the following link: http://cjp.convio.net/site/MessageViewer?em_id=61846.0&dlv_id=58279
    Please contact Beth Tauro at BethT@cjp.org for any questions or additional information.
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    CBB: The 360Five: One Year, Five Questions, Many Voices

    Canton – Hebrew SeniorLife, Orchard Cove
    Combined Jewish Philanthropies is excited to launch a year-long, community-wide conversation tour, “The 360Five: One Year, Five Questions, Many Voices,” led by CJP President and CEO Rabbi Marc Baker.
     
    Through dozens of in-person events around Greater Boston, the tour will introduce diverse audiences to Marc and allow him to hear about critical issues firsthand. We hope these conversations will invite a broad array of perspectives to inform and co-create our shared future of a resilient, networked community through a discussion of five key questions. Please consider attending one of the six town halls being held in a variety of locations. All events start promptly at 7:00pm and light snacks will be served.
     
    Tuesday, November 20 - Cambridge - Multi Cultural Arts Center
    Tuesday, November 27 - Canton – Hebrew SeniorLife, Orchard Cove
    Thursday, December 13 - Brookline – Congregation Kehillath Israel
    Thursday, January 10 - Natick – Temple Israel
    Tuesday, January 15 - Salem – Peabody Essex Museum
    Tuesday, February 5 - Lexington – Scottish Rite Masonic Museum
     
    To register please click the following link: http://cjp.convio.net/site/MessageViewer?em_id=61846.0&dlv_id=58279
    Please contact Beth Tauro at BethT@cjp.org for any questions or additional information.
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