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    Israel for REEL (for Adults)

    Fall 2017 Session

    When: Monday, 10/2/2017 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Export event

    Session dates: Mondays, 10/2/2017 - 11/13/2017, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM



    Israel for Reel: Join us for a fascinating look at Israel like you’ve never seen before!

    Ever wanted to find out more about Israel? Like what it means to be a democratic Jewish state—and thrive as one—in the Middle East today? Why has Condé Nast Traveler voted Tel Aviv as the fifth-best foodie town in the world? And so much more...

    Join us for a unique way to discover Israel, the people, the culture, the country and so much more... through film and other multi-media with our interactive program ISRAEL FOR REEL.

    The [email protected] is proud to offer this unique program to strengthen people's understanding of and connection to Israel.

    Check out Israel through film in a safe space where you can discuss, question and debate.

    Made possible in part by a generous grant from the South Peninsula Regional Impact Grants Initiative of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.

     


     

    For adults
    Mondays, October 2, October 9, October 16, October 23, October 30, November 6, November 13 | 7 sessions
    7:30-9:30 PM
    Oshman Family JCC Campus
    $180 General Public | $160 Members
    Contact: Michal Lapede | (650) 223-8691 | [email protected]


    Facilitator: Tamar Forman

    Tamar Forman is new to California. Born and raised in Israel, she is trained as an informal Jewish educator and has worked for twenty years as a guide and educator for groups visiting Israel as well as a teacher in various synagogues, schools, and other educational frameworks.

    Tamar is a graduate of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem's Anthropology and Jewish Studies departments, as well as a ceramic artist. She weaves into her  teaching a passion for Jewish Studies, clay, feminism and social activism.  She has drawn upon her education background, training in art therapy and art skills to teach and design programs at Jerusalem’s cancer society support center, and at the Jerusalem Rehabilitation pre-school—a school for children with special needs.

    Tamar is married to Rabbi Michael Schwartz; they are the parents of Yami (15), Yarden (13), Zohar (10) and David (4).  

     

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