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October 22, 1993 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-22

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Midrasha Adds
Fall Programs

The Midrasha Center for Adult
Jewish Learning will offer ad-
ditional fall programs in He-
brew, Jewish history, and text
study, and a special communi-
ty forum event Nov. 3 on Jew-
ish identity, continuity and
intermarriage. Unless other-
wise noted, there is a tuition fee
for all programs and classes; ad-
vance registration is required.
Starting Oct. 27, Midrasha
will offer a study group con-
ducted in Hebrew called "Havu-
rah Ivrit." This group will meet
Wednesday mornings 10 a.m.-
noon at the Midrasha, using Is-
raeli newspapers and other
primary sources to discuss cur-
rent events, politics, culture.
The group will be taught by
Nira Lev and Tsiona Ragowsky.
"Havurah Ivrit" is designed for
those who are able to converse
on an advanced level.
On Oct. 31 at 1 p.m., Mid-
rasha will present a slide lec-
ture by Professor Miriam
Bodian of the University of
Michigan department of history
titled "Ashkenaz: The Jews of
Central and Eastern Europe."
This lecture is co-sponsored and
hosted by Temple Emanu-El.
Professor Bodian will discuss
the rise and eventual fragmen-
tation of the world of Ashke-
nazic Jewry.
Starting Nov. 1, Professor
Bodian will lead a five-part slide
lecture mini-course, also co-
sponsored and hosted by Tem-

ple Emanu-El, titled "A One-
Way Love Affair? The Jews and
Germany, 1780 to 1933." This
series will meet on Monday
evenings through Nov. 29 from
8-9:30 p.m.
Also beginning Nov. 1,
Midrasha and Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
will offer a four-part text study
series taught by Rabbi Aaron
Bergman titled 'The Binding of
Memory: Akedat Yitzchak and
the Jewish Conscience." This
mini-course will meet at Con-
gregation Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses 7:30-8:30 p.m. on Mon-
day nights.
"Kedushat Eretz Yisrael: The
Holiness of the Land of Israel"
will be the subject of a three-
part study series led by Rabbi
Rod Glogower on consecutive
Tuesday evenings beginning
Nov. 2, hosted and co-spon-
sored by Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue. Study sessions will meet
7:30-9:00 p.m. on Nov. 2, 9 and
16.
On Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m., Mid-
rasha and Adat Shalom will
present a special community
forum event, free and open to
the public, featuring Rabbi
David Gordis, president of
Hebrew College in Boston. He
will speak on "Identity, Conti-
nuity and Intermarriage: The
New Jewish Vocabulary."
For information about
Midrasha programs, call 354-
1050.

Parenting Center
Plans New Programs

The Eugene and Marcia Ap-
plebaum Jewish Parenting
Center will offer the following
programs.
Grand Time for Grandpar-
ents is a class for grandparents
to enhance their relationship
with their grandchildren
through memory-making ad-
ventures, games, crafts and sto-
rytelling. Susan Barr will
facilitate on Sunday through
Nov. 7 from 10-11:30 a.m.
Infant Massage is a quiet
time in the evenings for mom or
dad and baby. The class is rec-
ommended for babies, birth-7
months. Kathleen Joseph will
lead the group on Oct. 27 from
6:30-7:30 p.m. There is .a fee.
"So, You're Going to be a Jew-
ish Parent" offers a chance to
learn about traditions and how
to bring your Judaism into the
home. The series will be held

Wednesdays through Nov. 3
from 7:30-9 p.m. There is a fee.
Call Kimberly Steinberg,
681-5353, to reserve a place in
any of the programs.

Group Plans
Games Night

The Ha-Mishpacha group of
Congregation B'nai Moshe, sin-
gles and couples 60 and over,
will meet for games and coffee
at the synagogue 2-5 p.m. Oct.
24. Participants are asked to
bring board games and playing
cards. The event is free to paid-
up Ha-Mishpacha members.
Dues may be paid at the door.
Call Belle Behrmann, 553-8769;
or Ruth Raimi, 355-1474 to re-
spond.

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