UPCOMING EVENTS

Sunday, April 18

2:00 pm on Zoom

Take a Virtual Trip to Tel Aviv to visit the

Museum of the Jewish People

Take a guided virtual tour of the newly renovated Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot on the campus of Tel Aviv University. We will see the museum's Core Highlights Exhibit that consists of three floors that tells the unique and ongoing story of the Jewish People. The exhibit features sections on the historical journey and foundations of Jewish life and Jews around the world today. The diversity of the Jewish world is revealed through state-of-the-art displays, immersive videos, world-class art and new works commissioned by the museum. Join us to celebrate the diverse Jewish world in the past and the present that we all belong to.


FREE & OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY


Pre-registration by April 13 is required to receive the Zoom link. Register by the link to the left or by emailing Ellen Petler at epetler@parksyn.org or at 
(216) 371-2244 ext. 122.

Sponsored by Park's Women's Rosh Chodesh Group

Wednesday, April 21

7:30 pm on Zoom

Join Park's Social Action Committee for

Resisting Segregation:
Cleveland Heights Activists Shape Their Community 1964-1976

Featuring Author Susan Kaeser

Today, the Cleveland metro area, unfortunately, ranks as one of the top ten most racially segregated urban areas in the country. Yet, a few communities stand out as national models of racial diversity, and Cleveland Heights happens to stand out among them. How did it happen? Hear Susan Kaeser, author of the new book, Resisting Segregation: Cleveland Heights Activists Shape Their Community,
1964-1976
, discuss the courage, dedication, and resilience of grass root activists who waged a fight to transform Cleveland Heights from an exclusive, all-white suburb into an inclusive, diverse community.


FREE & OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY


Pre-registration by April 16 is required to receive the Zoom link. Register by the link to the left or by emailing Ellen Petler at epetler@parksyn.org or at 
(216) 371-2244 ext. 122.

Sunday, May 2

7:00 pm on Zoom

Don't Miss Park's Spring Cabaret

Broadway Bible

Featuring Deborah Zecher, Cabaret Singer & Rabbi

Enjoy an evening of beloved Broadway tunes and familiar Bible stories in this entertaining and fun program, performed by Rabbi Deborah Zecher of New York City. After 35 years as a congregational rabbi, mainly in the Berkshires of Massachusetts, Rabbi Zecher decided to pursue her passion for music and singing as a cabaret singer. She has been presenting her
original shows all over the country. We are delighted to welcome Rabbi Zecher— virtually—to Cleveland and Park Synagogue for her “Broadway Bible” Cabaret!
 

Cost:
$5.00 per Zoom square for Park members
$10.00 per Zoom square for Guests

Pre-registration by April 26 is required to receive the Zoom link.
Register online using the link below or by sending name(s), email address, cell phone number, and a check (payable to Park Synagogue) for the fee per Zoom square (not per person). Send to Broadway Bible, Park Synagogue, 27500 Shaker Blvd., Pepper Pike, OH 44124. For questions, please contact Natalie at Nmaggelet@parksyn.org. 

Sponsored by Park's Sisterhood & Rosh Chodesh Group

Wednesday, May 5

9:30 am on Zoom

It's Time To Register For

University Day 2021

Weinberg University Day Fund Keynote Address & Workshops

Join Park Members and Guests for a morning of exciting learning! Begin University Day with opening remarks from Rabbi Skoff. Then listen to the Weinberg University Day Fund Keynote Address by Professor Andrew Porwancher, who will speak on: "The Jewish World of Alexander Hamilton."

Choose from one of the Three Workshops: 

Workshop A: “There is Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself: A Portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt" Susan Cannavino, Professional Speaker with Presentations with Pizzazz

Workshop B: “Global Jewry: A Snapshot of the World's Jewish Communities Today”
Professor Alanna Cooper, Abba Hillel Silver Chair in Jewish Studies, CWRU

Workshop C: Israel's Recent Elections: Lessons from the Past, Thoughts on the Future"Professor Doron Kalir, Clinical Professor of Law, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law

Open to Adults of all ages 

Cost:
$5.00 per person for Park members
$10.00 per person for Guests

Prepaid registration is required by April 24. Register online using the link below or by sending name(s), email address(es), cell phone number(s), workshop choice(s), and a check (payable to Park Synagogue) for fee per person attending. Send to University Day, Park Synagogue, 27500 Shaker Blvd., Pepper Pike, OH 44124. For questions, please contact Ellen Petler at epetler@parksyn.org or 216-371-2244 ext. 122. 

Sponsored by the Park Senior Group

Join the Park Family Connection for

Laila Tov with Rabbi Skoff

Kids can dress in their pajamas for this Zoom with Rabbi Skoff! He'll chat with the kids, read a bedtime story and end by reciting the shema. 

 

Register to receive the Zoom link here: parkfamilyconnection@parksyn.org

Held monthly on the first Thursday at 7:00 pm

Thursday, May 6

7:00 pm on Zoom

Sunday, May 16
3:30 on Zoom

Save The Date!

"I Scream" For Bingo

To play, purchase a "Bingo Bag" for $5 per child with lots of goodies including one reusable Bingo card and fun surprises!

Play to win "FREE SCOOP Certificates" to Mitchell's Homemade Ice Cream! 

 

Bingo Bags will be delivered right to your door in time for the event!*

Open to all Park members and friends.

RSVP's are required by Monday, May 10.

 

All proceeds will go towards the Allison Rose Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to changing the lives of food allergy families through education, awareness, research and advocacy. 

*For those who live in Cleveland, we will deliver the Bingo Bags to you. If you live out of town, we will provide a virtual Bingo card so you can play along wherever you are!

Sponsored by the Park Family Connection, a group for Park families and friends with children under the age of 13. 

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