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September 04, 1992 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-04

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Back by Popular demand:

The Shofar Mowing Workshop

taught by Fred Goldenberg

• Buy a ready made shofar • Learn to blow it
• Take home a tape with the bracha, andShofar notes
1:30-2:15 p.m. & 2:30-3:15 p.m. Preregistration is required
$18/Fainity (with children 9 years kip(
Bring own Shofar ($3) or purchase kit ($18)

Absolutely brand new and hot off the press:

Rosh ilaShanah / Vont Kippur
Survival Rif — a workshop it book

This is being offered for the first time by J.E.F.F. for parents & their post-Bar Mitzvah kids

Come to the

Shofar larfory

and make your own shofar (real kosher horns will be provided and you
will get a chance to either make a shofar or just watch)

Preregistration is required —
Just call the J.E.F.F. office

354-1050 and sign up! $3/hom

A workshop and book by Shimon Apisdorf, ordained Rabbi who studied at the University of
Cincinnati, Telshe Yeshiva of Cleveland, and Yeshivat Aish Ha Torah in Jerusalem.

"This book has been written for two types of people — those who are not planning to attend
services and those who are...The Survival Kit will be an invaluable intellectual and spiritual
supplement to your experience of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur." The Rosh Hashanah /
Yom Kippur Survival Kit Workshop will take 45 minutes. High Holiday services is not exactly
the place to raise your hand and ask a question. Here's your chance.
Just call the J.E.F.F. office and register 354-1050.
Workshops begin at 1:30 & 2:30 p.m. Book available for purchase.

Olpples 414 lioney

and (oh, (oh more!

Sunday, September 7 3, 1992

Doors open al 1:00 P.M.
Maple/Drake aewish Commnify Cenfer
Admission is free


Sukkah Building

Come see an actual Sukkah being built and
receive a Sukkah Builder's Resource Guide.
Sukkahs will be available for purchase.

Apples and Honey offers entertainment with a New Year message:

muse IVA A message —
Marilyn Price
and her Puppeis

Come enjoy a sweet story for the New Year.
Kids and their parents are invited to the
DeRoy Theatre to view a High Holiday tale.
There will also be the video, Trip to Tishrei.
There will be two performances:
1:30-2:15 pm & 2:30-3:15 pm. Free admission.

And if all this isn't
enough, there will be
crafts and demonstrations
geared for family fun for
families of all types, sizes
and ages: Fish printing,
Sukkah decorations,
greeting cards, pomegran-
ate printing, challah
braiding, cider making,
and a special bee session
led by those wonderful
folks at Cranbrook Sci-
ence Center.

flotiday ;able Workshop

Strudel making, challah baking, gefilte fish making, and flower arranging,
along with a beautifully set holiday table exhibit by Judaica Gift Galleries.

For those of you that would like to come to Apples and Honey and go
home with new skills to enhance your holiday celebration this workshop
will allow you a little more time with a little less crowding. Featuring —
Mimi Markovsky — The Art of Strudel Making
Chaya Silberberg Challah Braiding for the High Holidays
Sharon Rome — Flower arranging for the holiday table

Parents and older children are invited to the workshop. Please let us know if you are
planning to attend by calling the J.E.F.F. office at 354-1050. $5/family. 215-3:30 p.m.

of The Jewish News, and Congregations,
Event sponsored by Jewish Experiences for Families, UChayim
Agencies and Jewish Organizations of this community.



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