#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Sep
24
Tue
Private Home
07:00 pm
We have a delegation in town from Israel  - Michal Primor, principal, and Talia Agami Bardon, agriculture and gardening therapy specialist,  from the Dekalim school - who are learning about our Urba
Dinner and Discussion with Israeli Delegation about the Urban Ecology Center and Partnership Region Tiberias
Tickets
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Sep
24
Tue
The Shul
07:15 pm
Tanya for Men & Women with Rabbi CheskiTuesdays, 7:15 - 8:30pm @ The Shul A classic Chassidic masterpiece by Rabbi Schneur Zalman, founder of Chabad, the Tanya is an invaluable guidebook for every
Tanya for Men and Women with Rabbi Cheski
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Sep
25
Wed
The Shul
10:00 am
This women's class explorers various topics within Judaism through a Chassidic lens, such as the letters of the Aleph Bet, Tehillim and Eishet Chayil prayer (The Woman of Valor). Please text Chava at
Chassidus with Chava (Women's Class)
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
#MJF Sponsored Event
Sep
25
Wed
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
07:00 pm
Harry Houdini wasn’t born. He was invented.   Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini tells the story of how Ehrich Weiss became Harry Houdini and investigates the technologies, marketi
Opening Preview of Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Sep
25
Wed
Rubenstein Pavilion
07:00 pm
Lecture/Demonstration: The Making of The Magid Chronicles (Faye Sigman “Woman of Valor” Lecture). Presented by The Sam & Helen Stahl Center for Jewish Life. Visit the Center's website for more inf
The Making of "The Magid Chronicles" Lecture/Demonstration
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#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Sep
25
Wed
Peltz Center for Jewish Life
09:30 pm
Weekly Tanya Classes For WomenThis just may be the one class you must attend! The Tanya, written by the founder of Chabad, the Alter Rebbe, addresses the struggle in our daily lives between materia
Tanya For Women
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Sep
26
Thu
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
All-day
Harry Houdini wasn’t born. He was invented. The world’s most famous magician began life as Erik Weisz, the son of a Hungarian rabbi. In 1878 immigration to the U.S. transformed Erik Weisz into Ehr
Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Sep
26
Thu
Boerner Botanical Gardes
06:00 pm
Join the Lux Center in Honoring Bishop Richard J. Sklba for his lifetime of contributions to furthering interreligous relations with special guest Dr. Amy-Jill Levine from Vanderbilt University   For
2019 Sister Rose Thering Award Dinner
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Sep
26
Thu
Daniel M. Soref Community Hall at the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center
07:00 pm
Meet Alice Hoffman, national best-selling author of over 30 books. Her stunning new novel “The World that We Knew” tells how a Jewish mother in Berlin, desperate to save her child, enlists the hel
The World that We Knew w/ Author Alice Hoffman
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Sep
26
Thu
St. John's on the Lake
07:00 pm
Concert: The Magid Chronicles, featuring Veretski Pass and Joel Rubin. Location: Chapel of St John the Evangelist, St John’s On The Lake. Cosponsored by the Nathan & Esther Pelz Holocaust Education
"The Magid Chronicles" Concert
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Sep
27
Fri
Congregation Sinai
06:00 pm
Join us every Friday for a beautiful Shabbat experience. Services last about one hour and are followed by an Oneg Shabbat.  During the summer months, Shabbat services are held outdoors and we begin w
Shabbat Services
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Sep
28
Sat
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
10:00 am
Explore the history of Jewish Milwaukee through our permanent exhibit for FREE! Highlights include sections on Golda Meir, the Settlement Cookbook and the wall-sized Marc Chagall tapestry. The Museum
Doors Open 2019
Tickets
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Sep
29
Sun
The Shul
09:00 am
Join the 2,000-year-old conversation... For over a thousand years, our most important cultural activity has been the study of Talmud. It has sustained us through persecution and exile, shaping the di
Talmud Class with Rabbi Cheski
Tickets
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Sep
29
Sun
Chabad of the East Side
07:00 pm
We're ringing the new year and you're invited! Join Young Jewish Professionals Milwaukee for a gourmet & festive Rosh Hashana dinner. Apple + honey, lots of fine kosher wines, delicious homemade chall
YJP Rosh Hashana Dinner
Tickets
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Sep
30
Mon
Chabad of the East Side
05:15 pm
Join us for Shofar & Tashlich on the shore of Lake Michigan! Meet at Chabad of the East Side for a gourmet apple & honey bar, and walk to Lake Michigan for Shofar sounding and Tashlich service.
Shofar & Tashlich on the Lake
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
3
Thu
Marquette University David A. Straz Jr. Hall
07:00 pm
Antisemitism has become a major threat to Jews and American society. Recently we have seen the worst antisemitic violence in US history as well as an increasing presence of antisemitism in political a
Antisemitism as a Challenge to Our Society
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
6
Sun
11:00 am
To be held at Frame Park in Waukesha. Questions? Contact Education Director, Carrie Barbakoff eddirector@waukeshatemple.org
Family Tashlich Service
Tickets
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
9
Wed
Chabad of the East Side
05:45 pm
Join Young Jewish Professionals Milwaukee & Chabad of the East Side for the final Yom Kippur service, Ne'ila, followed by a sumptuous break fast. Services are open to all, regardless of background and
Ne'ila & Break Fast
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
13
Sun
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
10:10 am
Join us as we listen to the courageous survival story of Holocaust survivor Sam Peltz. This program allows community members, both teenagers and adults, an opportunity to listen to the testimonies of
Holocaust Stories at the Cathedral feat. Sam Peltz
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
13
Sun
Congregation Emanu-El of Waukesha
10:30 am
Shake the lulav and etrog, engage in a fun family activity. Questions? contact Education Director, Carrie Barbakoff eddirector@waukeshatemple.org  
Intergenerational Sukkot Celebration
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
13
Sun
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
02:00 pm
“Beneath the trees of Forest Home lies the foundation of Milwaukee.” – John Gurda Ornate, historic and other-worldly, Forest Home Cemetery is home to Milwaukee politicians, beer barons, many no
Haunted MKE: A Forest Home Cemetery Tour
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
16
Wed
Chabad of the East Side
05:00 pm
Join Friendship Circle for the City Wide Sukkot party in a Silent Disco music event!
Silent Disco City Wide Sukkot Party
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
17
Thu
Peltz Center for Jewish Life
04:00 pm
The Grand Sukkah Fest Experience will be on Thursday, October 17 at 4:00 PM. Enjoy a full BBQ Dinner, Kraze Maze Slide, Cotton Candy, Atlantis Club, Giant Games, Moonwalk and of course, Tot Town!  
Sukka Fest Family Celebration
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
17
Thu
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
05:00 pm
Did you know on the Third Thursday of each month, Jewish Museum Milwaukee is open late? That’s right – we stay open until 7:00 pm so you have extra time to explore our exhibits! In the 1910s, mo
October ‘Thirdsday’ + Master Mystery Screening
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
17
Thu
Milwaukee Jewish Day School
07:00 pm
MJDS Board meetings are held approximately once a month and are open to the public. Please contact Michaela Peck, mpeck@mjds.org, at least one week prior to the meeting if you would like to attend so
MJDS Board of Directors Mtg
Tickets
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
17
Thu
Congregation Sinai
07:00 pm
Nosh and Schmooze with new and old friends, and learna bout the significance of the harvest holiday of Sukkot that celebrates shelter. Homemade brewed beer, hookah in the Sukkah and finger foods will
Hookah in the Sukkah
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
18
Fri
Miriam Peck Gymnasium
08:15 am
In celebration of Simchat Torah, all new students recite blessings and receive miniature Torah scrolls. Early childhood students are paired with our eighth graders to symbolize the connection of young
MJDS Kabbalat Torah Ceremony
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
18
Fri
07:00 pm
It's the annual Young Jewish Professionals Sukkot Feast! Join us for an exquisite Shabbat & holiday dinner party...under the branches. Warm up from the autumn chill as we celebrate Sukkot with delicio
YJP Sukkot Dinner Under the Branches
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
18
Fri
Congregation Emanu-El of Waukesha
07:00 pm
CEEW will be having a Shabbat service welcoming our new members to our Temple.
Waukesha temple welcomes new members
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
20
Sun
09:30 am
You can see the entire Torah unrolled up-close, dance with the Torahs, and see our newest religious school students celebrate their Consecration. A Yizkor service will be held at approximately 11:30 a
Intergenerational Simchat Torah Celebration
Tickets
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
20
Sun
04:00 pm
Meet our new community Shaliach, Uria Roth, and his family: wife, Moria, and their children, Nadav, Roni and Yuval. Location: Shlichut House (new location; RSVP to get new address) RSVP at the ticket
Sukkot Open House with the new Shaliach
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
22
Tue
Congregation Emanu-El of Waukesha
07:00 pm
The program is free and open to the public. RSVPs to ceew_sisterhood@yahoo.com are required for the program by Oct. 15. The CEEW Sisterhood is bringing The Honorable Rebecca Dallet, the newest female
Justice Dallet to speak in Waukesha
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
23
Wed
Milwaukee County War Memorial
05:30 pm
Reception: 5:30 pmProgram 6:15 - 8:00 pm More details to come!
JFS 2019 Annual Meeting
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
24
Thu
Daniel M. Soref Community Hall at the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center
07:00 pm
  In this joint presentation-performance Witek Dąbrowski and Leora Tec will present the work of Brama Grodzka – Teatr NN, a cultural institution and theatre dedicated to preserving the memory
Remembrance of Things Past: Keeping the Stories of Jewish Poland Alive
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
26
Sat
TBD
06:45 pm
MJFLA 10th Anniversary Event
MJFLA 10th Anniversary Event
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
28
Mon
Glazer Board Room at the Harry & Rose Samson Jewish Community Center
07:00 pm
Alice Hoffman’s stunning new novel “The World that We Knew” tells how a Jewish mother in Berlin, desperate to save her child, enlists the help of a rabbi’s daughter to create a golem to take h
The World that We Knew, Book Discussion
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
29
Tue
Pfister Hotel
11:30 am
The 2019 Economic Forum is a sell-out event with over 650 guests and over 50 sponsors! The 2019 event will mark 7 years of straight talk about the national and Milwaukee area economy. Read news covera
Economic Forum 2019
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
29
Tue
Rubenstein Pavilion
07:00 pm
Dr. Marlene Yahalom, Director of Education for the American Society for Yad Vahsem, will speak about the Nazis implementation of the Final Solution. Yahalom will guide the lecture through an explorati
Architecture of Murder: Examining the Blueprints of Auschwitz
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
30
Wed
TBD
07:00 pm
Faithful Action at the Border: A Rabbi and Nun Share their Views from Arizona and Texas Speakers Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz and Sister Norma Pimentel
Caring for the Stranger at the US-Mexico Border: A Rabbi and Nun on Faith and Action
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Oct
31
Thu
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
07:00 pm
Houdini died on Halloween of 1926. Every year since his death, a séance has been held to see if he could cross the veil and prove the spiritual afterlife existed. This year, Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Linking Houdini: A Halloween Séance
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Oct
31
Thu
Peltz Center for Jewish Life
07:00 pm
With the help of a Jewish committee and the sympathetic consular official, Guy Stern was able to escape the horrors of Nazi Germany and reach the United States. After the outbreak of war he and other
The Ritchie Boys: From Training Camp to Victory, A Lecture by Dr. Guy Stern
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
1
Fri
Hyatt Place Chicago-South/University Medical Center
12:00 pm
Milwaukee Jewish Teen Philanthropy Tikkun Together Conference
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Nov
3
Sun
Rockin' Jump Brown Deer
11:00 am
Enjoy a few hours of jumping at a special MJDS price. Questions? Contact Director of Admissions, Outreach and Alumni Relations Michal Deskalo, mdeskalo@mjds.org or 414-967-8308.
MJDS Rockin Jump Family Fun Day
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
3
Sun
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
02:30 pm
Meaningful dialogue between members of different faith communities is an antidote to baseless misunderstanding and hatred. That is why the Lux Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies will be offering Book
Book Dialogue: "On Heaven and Earth: Pope Francis on Faith, Family and the Church in the 21st Century" by Pope Francis a...
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Nov
3
Sun
Milwaukee Jewish Day School
03:00 pm
Join us for a fun afternoon at MJDS. We will play games in the gym with Lenny and unleash our creativity in the MJDS MakerSpace with an amazing project geared toward our younger movers and makers! Thi
MJDS Mini Movers and Makers
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Nov
3
Sun
Peltz Center for Jewish Life
05:00 pm
ISRAELI FALAFEL NIGHT BY POPULAR DEMAND, we are once again having Israeli Falafel Night with Israeli chef Yaniv Swissa! He will be making his authentic falafel balls along with pita, Israeli salad, ch
Israeli Falafel Night
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
10
Sun
Rubenstein Pavilion
03:00 pm
Kristallnacht Commemoration
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Nov
14
Thu
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
07:00 pm
Between the 1820s and 1920s some 3 million Jews migrated from Europe to the United States, giving rise to one of the largest Jewish communities in the world. Although restrictive legislation drastical
The American Dream: A Century of Eastern European Immigration
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
15
Fri
06:00 pm
"ViAhavta LiReiacha Kamocha - Love your fellow like yourself" Marking the one year anniversary of the Tree of Life attack, the entire Milwaukee Jewish community will come together for a Shabbat dedica
Wisconsin Unity Shabbat: ViAhavta LiReiacha Kamocha - Love your fellow like yourself
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
16
Sat
07:00 pm
After the Wisconsin Unity Shabbat around the theme "ViAhavta LiReiacha Kamocha - Love our fellow like yourself" the Jewish community will come together for a havdalah program followed by a comedy show
Wisconsin Unity Havdalah
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
17
Sun
Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
10:10 am
Join us as we listen to the courageous survival story of Holocaust survivor Dr. Werner Richheimer.  This program allows community members, both teenagers and adults, an opportunity to listen to the t
Holocaust Stories at the Cathedral feat. Werner Richheimer
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Nov
17
Sun
Peltz Center for Jewish Life
05:00 pm
More details to come
MJP Annual Dinner Gala and Auction
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
18
Mon
TBD
07:00 pm
Film screening: Little White Lie, with talkback by director Lacey Schwartz. UW-Milwaukee. Location: TBD Presented by The Same & Helen Stahl Center for Jewish Life. Visit the Center's website for more
"Little White Lie" Film Screening
Tickets
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#MJF Sponsored Event
Nov
20
Wed
Wisconsin Club--Country Club
06:00 pm
Join us for a special evening as we honor Nancy Kennedy Barnett & Jim Barnett for their dedication to HERC and our community. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Deborah E. Lipstadt, Dorot professor of Holocaust S
Passing on the Legacy honoring Nancy Kennedy Barnett & Jim Barnett
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Nov
21
Thu
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
05:00 pm
Did you know on the Third Thursday of each month, Jewish Museum Milwaukee is open late? That’s right – we stay open until 7:00 pm so you have extra time to explore our exhibits! In the 1910s, mo
November ‘Thirdsday’ + Master Mystery Screening
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
#Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Nov
21
Thu
Milwaukee Jewish Day School
07:00 pm
MJDS Board meetings are held approximately once a month and are open to the public. Please contact Michaela Peck, mpeck@mjds.org, at least one week prior to the meeting if you would like to attend so
MJDS Board of Directors Mtg
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
23
Sat
06:00 pm
Join Hillel Milwaukee for its second annaul Night of Fun and Games Fundraiser.    More information coming soon!
Hillel Milwaukee Night of Fun and Games Fundraiser
#MJF Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Nov
26
Tue
Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center
06:30 pm
Join us for a discussion of Becoming a Soulful Educator by Aryeh Ben David. Wine, cheese, and chocolate will be served. (Kosher)
LOMED Book Club: Becoming a Soulful Educator
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Dinner and Discussion with Israeli Delegation about the Urban Ecology Center and Partnership Region Tiberias @ Private Home
07:00 pm
Sep
24
Tue
We have a delegation in town from Israel  - Michal Primor, principal, and Talia Agami Bardon, agriculture and gardening therapy specialist,  from the Dekalim school - who are learning about our Urba …
Tanya for Men and Women with Rabbi Cheski @ The Shul
07:15 pm
Sep
24
Tue
Tickets
Tanya for Men & Women with Rabbi CheskiTuesdays, 7:15 - 8:30pm @ The Shul A classic Chassidic masterpiece by Rabbi Schneur Zalman, founder of Chabad, the Tanya is an invaluable guidebook for every …
Chassidus with Chava (Women's Class) @ The Shul
10:00 am
Sep
25
Wed
This women's class explorers various topics within Judaism through a Chassidic lens, such as the letters of the Aleph Bet, Tehillim and Eishet Chayil prayer (The Woman of Valor). Please text Chava at …
Opening Preview of Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini @ Jewish Museum Milwaukee
07:00 pm
Sep
25
Wed
Harry Houdini wasn’t born. He was invented.   Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini tells the story of how Ehrich Weiss became Harry Houdini and investigates the technologies, marketi …
The Making of "The Magid Chronicles" Lecture/Demonstration @ Rubenstein Pavilion
07:00 pm
Sep
25
Wed
Lecture/Demonstration: The Making of The Magid Chronicles (Faye Sigman “Woman of Valor” Lecture). Presented by The Sam & Helen Stahl Center for Jewish Life. Visit the Center's website for more inf …
Tanya For Women @ Peltz Center for Jewish Life
09:30 pm
Sep
25
Wed
Weekly Tanya Classes For WomenThis just may be the one class you must attend! The Tanya, written by the founder of Chabad, the Alter Rebbe, addresses the struggle in our daily lives between materia …
Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini @ Jewish Museum Milwaukee
All-day
Sep
26
Thu
Jan
5
Sun
Harry Houdini wasn’t born. He was invented. The world’s most famous magician began life as Erik Weisz, the son of a Hungarian rabbi. In 1878 immigration to the U.S. transformed Erik Weisz into Ehr …
2019 Sister Rose Thering Award Dinner @ Boerner Botanical Gardes
06:00 pm
Sep
26
Thu
Join the Lux Center in Honoring Bishop Richard J. Sklba for his lifetime of contributions to furthering interreligous relations with special guest Dr. Amy-Jill Levine from Vanderbilt University   For …
The World that We Knew w/ Author Alice Hoffman @ Daniel M. Soref Community Hall at the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center
07:00 pm
Sep
26
Thu
Meet Alice Hoffman, national best-selling author of over 30 books. Her stunning new novel “The World that We Knew” tells how a Jewish mother in Berlin, desperate to save her child, enlists the hel …
"The Magid Chronicles" Concert @ St. John's on the Lake
07:00 pm
Sep
26
Thu
Concert: The Magid Chronicles, featuring Veretski Pass and Joel Rubin. Location: Chapel of St John the Evangelist, St John’s On The Lake. Cosponsored by the Nathan & Esther Pelz Holocaust Education …
Shabbat Services @ Congregation Sinai
06:00 pm
Sep
27
Fri
Join us every Friday for a beautiful Shabbat experience. Services last about one hour and are followed by an Oneg Shabbat.  During the summer months, Shabbat services are held outdoors and we begin w …
Doors Open 2019 @ Jewish Museum Milwaukee
10:00 am
Sep
28
Sat
Explore the history of Jewish Milwaukee through our permanent exhibit for FREE! Highlights include sections on Golda Meir, the Settlement Cookbook and the wall-sized Marc Chagall tapestry. The Museum …
Talmud Class with Rabbi Cheski @ The Shul
09:00 am
Sep
29
Sun
Tickets
Join the 2,000-year-old conversation... For over a thousand years, our most important cultural activity has been the study of Talmud. It has sustained us through persecution and exile, shaping the di …
Doors Open 2019 @ Jewish Museum Milwaukee
10:00 am
Sep
29
Sun
Explore the history of Jewish Milwaukee through our permanent exhibit for FREE! Highlights include sections on Golda Meir, the Settlement Cookbook and the wall-sized Marc Chagall tapestry. The Museum …
YJP Rosh Hashana Dinner @ Chabad of the East Side
07:00 pm
Sep
29
Sun
Tickets
We're ringing the new year and you're invited! Join Young Jewish Professionals Milwaukee for a gourmet & festive Rosh Hashana dinner. Apple + honey, lots of fine kosher wines, delicious homemade chall …
Shofar & Tashlich on the Lake @ Chabad of the East Side
05:15 pm
Sep
30
Mon
Tickets
Join us for Shofar & Tashlich on the shore of Lake Michigan! Meet at Chabad of the East Side for a gourmet apple & honey bar, and walk to Lake Michigan for Shofar sounding and Tashlich service. …
Tanya for Men and Women with Rabbi Cheski @ The Shul
07:15 pm
Oct
1
Tue
Tickets
Tanya for Men & Women with Rabbi CheskiTuesdays, 7:15 - 8:30pm @ The Shul A classic Chassidic masterpiece by Rabbi Schneur Zalman, founder of Chabad, the Tanya is an invaluable guidebook for every …
Chassidus with Chava (Women's Class) @ The Shul
10:00 am
Oct
2
Wed
This women's class explorers various topics within Judaism through a Chassidic lens, such as the letters of the Aleph Bet, Tehillim and Eishet Chayil prayer (The Woman of Valor). Please text Chava at …
Tanya For Women @ Peltz Center for Jewish Life
09:30 pm
Oct
2
Wed
Weekly Tanya Classes For WomenThis just may be the one class you must attend! The Tanya, written by the founder of Chabad, the Alter Rebbe, addresses the struggle in our daily lives between materia …
Antisemitism as a Challenge to Our Society @ Marquette University David A. Straz Jr. Hall
07:00 pm
Oct
3
Thu
Antisemitism has become a major threat to Jews and American society. Recently we have seen the worst antisemitic violence in US history as well as an increasing presence of antisemitism in political a …
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