Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester
TEMPLE ART GALLERY OPENING AUDREY UNGER REICH
NATURE AS WITNESS
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 7:00PM
Audrey creates mixed media paintings inspired by the interaction between nature and history, particularly Jewish history. Her works incorporate photographs and imagery from her travels to Eastern Europe, including her father’s hometown of Tarnow, Poland. The trees and sky above these places witnessed horrific brutality and depravity, as well as moments of beauty and hope. Learn More.
RUSSIAN JEWRY: FROM SOVIET SUPPRESSION
TO MASSIVE IMMIGRATION TO REVITALIZING RENAISSANCE
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 7:30PM SERVICE & LECTURE
At this year’s Samuel L. and Jane L. Friedman Lecture on Peace and Understanding, we’ll hear from Lev Golinkin, author of a memoir about his family’s escape from the Soviet Union and their journey to a new life in America. We will also be joined by Richard S. Hirschaut from the American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC). Learn More.
TALES OF THE EARLY IMMIGRANTS
TO AMERICA WITH RABBI EMERITUS
DANIEL S. WOLK
THURSDAYS, DECEMBER 1 & 8, 12:00PM
Follow a fur trader to the Midwest. Sit on the curb with
a now famous rabbi who lost his language. Discover what
happens when you mix up Kenton and Canton. Meet the
man who raised collies. And tell us your own story.
How did your family come to America? Learn More.
RSVP to Jane or 914-967-4382 x21. A light lunch will be served