upcoming programs and events

Complete list of programs and activities for the year.

Wednesday Study Group, meeting In Rabbi Scheinberg's office in the Kaplan Building. 9:15 - 10:30 am. Currently studying Leviticus, chapter 19. No prior education required; no prior knowledge required; no reservation required. This class is free.

Sunday, May 15, 10:30am - 1:00pm - Brunch with Barbara Mazur & Wendy Waxman, producers of the Vilna Vegetarian Cookbook. A natural foods movement in pre-war Jewish Lithuania... Who knew?! This groundbreaking vegetarian cookbook was originally published in Yiddish in Vilna in 1938. It is now translated into English for a new audience.
$18 members/$25 non-members. RSVP: 201-659-4000 or office@hobokensynagogue.org. Part of the Philip and Claire Meistrich winter speaker series.

Members - $18
Non-Members - $25

Wednesday, May 18, 8-9:30pm. Panel on the diversity of the American Jewish community, with Rabbi Abe Unger (Orthodox), Rabbi Marc Disick (Reform), and soon-to-be-rabbi Philip Gibbs (Conservative), moderated by Rabbi Scheinberg. This session is part of the USCJ Introduction to Judaism class (see www.introjudaismnj.com) and is open to the USH community at no charge. Bring your questions about Jewish tradition and the spectrum of American Jewish life. RSVP requested at office@hobokensynagogue.org or 201-659-4000.

Wednesday, May 25, 7:30-9:30pm, begins a five-session course for Jews and non-Jews to "Explore Judiasm" a class with Rabbi Robert Scheinberg designed for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of Jewish tradition, values and spirituality. Members $50/individual; $100/couple; non-members $100/individual, $150/couple. Parents of current Pre-school or Learning Center students: Free! Please contact the USH office if you intend to come, or for more information.

June through October Do you crave fresh fruits and vegetables? A local NJ farm will start delivering fresh vegetables to USH every Tuesday from June through October through the CSA program.

What is a CSA? CSA stands for community-shared agriculture. It is an alternative, locally based economic model of agriculture and food distribution. A CSA also refers to an association of individuals, who have pledged to support one or more local farms, with growers and consumers sharing the risks and benefits of food production. There is weekly pickup at USH of 5-7 pounds of produce.

If you want to take advantage of supporting this farm, contact www.jerseygrown.com or E-mail: Jersey Grown if you have any questions!

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