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September 01, 1995 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-01

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FOR PARENTS OF
CHILDREN OF ALL AGES

Challah Days:
Homemade Challah
in 10 Minutes!

Make and take a challah that you can bake at
home. Everyone is welcome to drop in any-
time between 11 am and 1 pm to share the
fun and feeling of Shabbat. Stop in with
your child before or after nursery school, or
come alone.
Faculty:,Karen Goss
Dates: September 22 for Rosh Hashanah,
October 6 and 20, November 3 and 17,
December 1 and 15, Jewish Parenting
Center, W. Bloomfield.
October 13, Shaarey Zedek, Southfield
Time: Fridays, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Fee: $2 per challah

Creative Kosher
Cooking

A delicious and informative opportunity to
update your kosher culinary skills and add
new recipes to your repertoire. You may
register for a single class or the series.

Monday, September 11: Gefilte Fish

Wednesday, November 29: Chanukah
Party Recipes and Shortcuts

Wednesday, January 24: Basics of Kosher
Cooking: How to Plan Your Kitchen

Faculty: Mimi Markofsky
Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Fee: $35/member*; $45/non-member for
the series; $15/member; $18/non-
member per class

*Congregation Shaarey Zedek member

Why We Stand
When We Sit

,

For many adults, Hebrew school came at
the wrong time. This is your opportunity to
learn about the Shabbat morning service.
Understand the meaning of the Shema, the
Ala ynu, the Kaddish and other prayers. There
is no need to feel like a stranger in the
synagogue! A reading knowledge of Hebrew
is helpful but not necessary.
Faculty: Saul Rube
Dates: November 1,8
Time: Wednesdays, 7:30-9:00 pm
Fee: $10/member*; $15/non-member

Grandparent
Connection

Discover new ways of being involved in your
grandchildren's lives. Learn helpful ideas
for spending time together. Great practical
suggestions for art supplies, magazines,
books and activities to share. Greatfor aunts
and uncles, too!
Faculty: Susan Barr
Date: Sunday, October 29
Time: 10:30 am-12 noon
Fee: $5

Tracing Your Roots:
Introduction to
Jewish Genealogy

Begin the fascinating journey to discover
your family history. Learn about the re-
sources available to enable you to trace
your personal genealogy. Give yourself, your
children, and your grandchildren the pride
and sense of belonging that comes from
the knowledge of who they are.
Faculty: James D. Grey
Time: Monday, 7:30-9:00 pm
Date: October 23
Fee: $5

Certified Babysitting

Get ready for all those babysitting opportu-
nities! This class is designed for students 11
years of age and older. They will learn: basic
first aid, how to handle emergency situa-
tions, general child care, and appropriate
Jewish stories and practices. Students will
receive a Red Cross certification card on
successful completion of the class, as deter-
mined by the instructor. Space is limited.
Faculty: Michelle Pryslac, Kellie Stamper
Dates: October 23-November 27
Time: Mondays, 4:00-5:30 pm
Fee: $25/member; $30/non-member

Making Family
Memories

Create lasting family memories by learning
how to organize your family photos into
keepsake albums. This hands-on class will
present step-by-step instructions to help
you maximize the Jewish tradition of family.
Bring 6 to 12 photos of the same subject and
a sharp pair of scissors to class. Additional
materials may be purchased at class.
Faculty: Lynn Breuer
Dates: October 18,25
Time: Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00 pm
Fee: $10/member*; $15/non-member

Great Jewish Ideas

Discover new meaning and relevance in the
teachings of our tradition. Explore the To-
rah, oral tradition, Pirke Avot and more.
Commentary, interpretation and discussion
will help each student realize new insights.
Bring a dairy lunch; a beverage will be pro-
vided. Babysitting available by reservation.
Faculty: Rabbi Irwin Groner,
Rabbi William Gershon,
Rabbi Leonardo Bitran, Michael Wolf
Dates: October 23-December 11
Time: Mondays, 12:00-1:00 pm
Fee: $35/member; $45/non-member

Bereavement Group

For young widows and widowers with teen-
aged children or younger. Learn how fami-
lies with children cope with the death of a
parent. Topics include parenting issues, guilt,
relationships, religion, anger and powerless-
ness. Babysitting available by reservation.
Faculty: Irma Starr and clergy
Dates: September 21-November 9
Time: Thursdays, 7:00-9:00 pm
Fee: $30/member*; $40/non-member

Artifacts

Create Jewish family treasures. In this ce-
ramics class designed for adults, you will
shape, glaze, and fire a variety of symbolic
and useful items. You may make a menorah,
a mezzuzah, or other ritual items to be
enjoyed by you and your family — now and
for years to come.
Faculty: Carol Rock
Dates: September 13-October 25
(no class October 4)
Time: Wednesdays, 7:00-8:30 pm
Fee: $30/member; $40/non-member
Materials fee: $30 to instructor at first class

FOR EXPECTANT COUPLES

Parenting—The
First 100 Days

Earn your BBS (Bachelor of Baby Science)!
Topics include: baby naming, circumcision,
bringing Judaism into your home, selecting
a pediatrician, health issues, nursing, bond-
ing, and becoming a family.
Faculty: Rabbi William Gershon, Dr. George
Blum, Sherri Glassman, Ruth Beresh
Dates: October 11,18,25
Time: Wednesdays, 7:30-9:00 pm
Fee: $15/couple

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