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Large enough to serve you…small enough to know you

An Adult Ed ongoing series...

In Nosh & Knowledge we cover a wide array of topics which change every few weeks. From the complicated, deceptive, beautiful, and intense nature of love to the evolving culture of Jewish women throughout history...exploring connections between Jewish art and perceptions of beauty to equipping us with practical information about faith traditions and ritual...there's always something new and interesting to talk about!
$18 per topic for members and $36 per topic for non–members. Or purchase the entire series at a discount! $72/members and $144 non–members!
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2022 topics...
Nosh & Knowledge
In three group settings (September 12, 19 & October 3), we will be discussing What You’ve Always Wanted to Know about the High Holidays. Rabbi Zelony will questions, answers and insight on various High Holiday topics.
In two group settings (October 24 & 31), Larry Schnitzer will present Broadway Musicals and the Jewish Connection.
In five group settings (November 7 - December 5), we will be discussing Judaism's Great Debates. Ever since Abraham’s famous argument with God, Judaism has been full of debate. Join Nancy Siegel as she presents an in-person session on the book by Barry L. Shwartz: Judaism's Great Debates: Timeless Controversies from Abraham to Herzl.
In one more setting (December 12), we will be discussing Classical & Contempoary Jewish Composers. For our final Nosh and Knowledge class this year, Larry Schnitzer will be reprising his music series with a bonus class on classical and contemporary Jewish composers. No need to reregister.
In five group settings (January 1 - 30), we will be discussing The Origin of Jewish Guilt & Other Philosophical Mysteries.  In January, Seth Miller will present The Origin of Jewish Guilt and other philosophical mysteries. Classes will meet in person and virtually.
In four group settings (February 6 - 27), we will be discussing The Arts of International Jewish Food.  Join in the hybrid discussion with Lynda Markowitz on an appreciation for and familiarity with global Jewish food cultures. Learn about Jewish traditions and customs within a global context and recognize the importance of K'lal Yisrael. Experience hands-on basic cooking skills in a kosher kitchen.
In five group settings (March 6 - April 3), we will be discussing Comparative Life Cycle Traditions.  Jewish and other Cultural Rituals..  In March, Linda Steinberg will present Comparative Life Cycle Traditions. Classes will meet in person, possibly hybrid.
In four group settings (April 10 - May 1), we will be discussing The Jewish Acquaintance.  Join Rabbi Zelony as she presents a journey through Jewish history. Classes will meet in person and virtually.
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Tue, March 28 2023 6 Nisan 5783