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WLC/Sisterhood “1917: HOW ONE YEAR CHANGED THE WORLD,” Exhibit with Rabbi Gelfand
Tuesday, November 28 | 10:30am
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ajhs11282At the American Jewish Historical Society. This exhibition looks back 100 years at how three events of 1917—America’s entry into World War I, the Bolshevik Revolution, and the issuing of the Balfour Declaration—brought about political, cultural, and social changes that reshaped the United States’ role in the world and provoked its most stringent immigration quotas to date. Optional lunch to follow.

Say Enough to Gun Violence
Tuesday, November 28 | 7:30pm
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gunviolenceSay Enough to Gun Violence! Special evening with Matt Fidel, Washington D.C. Gun Violence Prevention lobbyist. What to know, how to talk about it, and what to do about it.

Oy View Iz Mir! At Emanuel Streicker Center
Wednesday, November 29 | 7pm
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oyviewizmirWhat happens when you ask one of the original hosts of ABC’s The View, a Stanford-educated Miss America turned TV journalist and female empowerment advocate, a Pulitzer Prize–winning New York Times columnist and the Upper East Side’s favorite Odd Mom Out to sit down and schmooze?

Join us for Oy VIEW iz mir! — a fun and lively gabfest about the day’s hot topics. There’s no subject—from politics to culture to fashion—that’s off limits to our incredible guests.

Miracle Makers Chanukah Program
Thursday, November 30 | 5-6pm
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miraclemakersJoin us for a wonderful Chanukah program for special needs children and their families! All are welcome. For more information, contact Audrey Silverman at asilverman@tinyc.org.

WLC/Sisterhood Members Only Event with Esteemed Guest Nina Weiner
Tuesday, December 5 | 7:00pm
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wlcninaweinerA not-to-be missed evening with Temple member and co-founder of the International Sephardic Educational Foundation (ISEF). ISEF opens doors of higher education each year for more than 400 promising young Israelis from underserved and immigrant communities throughout Israel. Nina authored the memoir, “Circles of Empowerment.”

Guest Speaker: Mark Hetfield - The Jewish Response to the Refugee Crisis
Friday, December 8 | 6pm

hetfield mark lgJoin us for an impactful and educational evening with guest speaker Mark Hetfield, President and CEO of HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society), as we discuss the international refugee crisis and what both large organizations and we as individuals, can do to help.

PJ Library's Chanukah Concert
Sunday, December 10 | 10:30am
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pjlibrarylogoCome celebrate Chanukah with us! There will be traditional Chanukah treats, crafts and a super fun concert with Jam with Jamie. Ages 8 and under. FREE.

Latkes and Vodka
Friday, December 15 | 8pm
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nyconnectlogoChanukah is coming! Come enjoy a special Shabanakah meal with NYConenct. We will be serving up latkes galore and a healthy dose of cocktails at a private Upper East Side home. We cannot wait to see you!