Reflecting on the Past...

Looking forward to the new year

Wednesday, September 21 @ 5:45 - 8:30 pm 

The Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

$12/Park Members   $14/Guests

RSVP's due September 14

Connect with women at different stages in their life journeys as we all get ready to celebrate the High Holidays.  Enjoy an evening of good food, meaningful discussion, and a chance to meet other friendly Park women!  The evening’s discussion on looking back and forward through journaling will be led by Park member and community educator, Lori Wald.  

Everyone is asked to bring a kosher dairy or vegetarian appetizer, salad, dessert, or beverage to share.  Please no recipes that include meat or shellfish products.  

To discuss what food to bring, please contact either:

Sharon Epstein at or (216) 292-6667 or
Lee Apple at or (216) 321-1007).


The Park Synagogue is a place where every congregant can feel comfortable along his/her own personal life journey. We offer intellectual vigor coupled with the warmth of family. Connecting to others will enhance your connection to Judaism. Whether it is through song or study, through public celebration or private reflection, there is something for everyone at Park. We take seriously the notion that a congregation should bring together people of all ages for a shared experience. We look forward to seeing you here!

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27500 Shaker Boulevard

Pepper Pike, OH 44124

(216) 371-2244 phone

(216) 321-0639 fax

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3300 Mayfield Road

Cleveland Heights, OH 44118



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