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  • Thursday
    Jan  24
     
     
    Israel Trauma Coalition Workshop

    Thursday, Jan 24th 7:00p to 9:00p
    Building Coping Skills and Resilience After the Shootings and Fires The Israel Trauma Coalition shares how people can cope with emergencies and then build resilience. Their staff will help us understand what is normal after such events, how we can help our families and ourselves cope with these complex feelings, and build resilience to move forward. 

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  • Saturday
    Jan  26
     
     
    Adult Bowling Party

    Motzei Shabbat, Jan 26th 6:45p to 10:00p
    Join us for some quality adult time at Corbin Bowl! $25 includes 2 full hours of bowling, shoes, food, and soft drinks.

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  • Tuesday
    Jan  29
     
     
    Torah Study with Rabbi Paul Kipnes

    Tuesday, Jan 29th 7:00p to 8:30p
    Torah is: Ancient insights on modern life. Spiritual lessons for the daily grind. Stories that inspire. Our rabbis delve into the depths of our tradition at the intersection of the past, present, and future. No prior knowledge necessary. Open to the Or Ami community. Expected for Adult Confirmation and Adult B'nai Mitzvah students. No cost. RSVP necessary.

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  • Wednesday
    Jan  30
     
     
    Nosh and Drash at Lovi's Deli

    Wednesday, Jan 30th 12:30p to 1:30p
    Gather in the private room at Lovi’s Calabasas with Rabbi Paul Kipnes for lunch and timely Jewish learning. Choose from among 4 menu options.

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  • Friday
    Feb  1
     
     
    Inclusion Shabbat Dinner and Service

    Friday, Feb 1st 6:00p to 9:30p
    All are welcome to this unique and wonderful shabbat event.

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  • Tuesday
    Feb  12
     
     
    Let's Eat Already: Jews and Food

    Tuesday, Feb 12th 7:00p to 9:00p
    Are we what we eat? Together let’s investigate the culture, history and meaning of food and the assumptions that Jews have about what it is that we consume. Jewish foodways—the cultural, religious, social, economic related to food consumption and and political practices production—help unpack and uncover a lot about the meaning of what we put in our mouths, our choices about food, and how food operates and performs in Judaism and Jewish culture. Food choices reveal the values and judgments we have about who belongs and with whom we are willing to break bread.

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  • Sunday
    Mar  3
     
     
    Reform Judaism of the 21st Century: American Antidote to Fundamentalism

    Sunday, Mar 3rd 4:00p to 6:00p
    Americans increasingly dig in to their own versions of the Truth, in a kind of civic fundamentalism: We claim we follow in the real spirit of the founding fathers or the most genuine American values. Reform Judaism bucks this trend, by drawing on some of our Judaism’s most compelling arguments and challenging stories. As the antidote to fundamentalism, Reform Judaism can help raise the level of discourse in our country—but only if we’re willing to question our own fundamentalisms, as well.

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  • Sunday
    Apr  7
     
     
    Parent-Teen Mental Health and Wellness Summit

    Sunday, Apr 7th 9:00a to 3:00p
    Deepening Relationships with Your Teens: What to Say, How to Say it, and When to Listen

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