In this e-mail:
1.  JCC Focus Group
2.  Happy Hour
3.  The Tempest (***NOTE THE DATE CHANGE***)
4.  Elulfest, Beth Meyer Synagogue
5.  Game Night
6.  Shmooze and Views
7.  Israeli Dancing, Temple Beth Or
8.  More Shmooze
9.  Laser Tag

On Tuesday, August 14 the JCC of Wake County will be
hosting a one time Focus Group to assess the thoughts
and interest in the Jewish Federation.  
This Focus Group will be meeting at the JCC of Wake
County at 12804 Norwood Road from 7:30 until 9:00 p.m.
 If you need additional information, contact 
the JCC at 676-6170.  Show your support! 

Please RSVP to Deborah Franko at [EMAIL PROTECTED] or
at (919) 676-0261. 

Wednesday, August 15, 2001 Happy Hour, Raleigh.

Lets try happy hour at Bahama Breeze again.  We did it
a few months ago and got a good turn out.  There are
places to sit and good food also. 
Bahama Breeze: 3309 Wake Forest Rd Raleigh NC 27609 
Directions: From Durham/Cary take 40 East to the Wade
Ave exit, go past the ESA and Blue Ridge Rd exit to
the 2nd beltine exit, towards Glenwood Ave.  
Take Beltline to Wake Forest Exit and turn Left at the
bottom of the ramp onto Wake Forest.....Bahama Breeze
is on your Left about 1/2 mile.


The last e-mail regarding The Tempest listed the
date as August 11th.  This is incorrect.  The
actual date will be August 18th.  The show begins
at 6:30PM.  We will meet at 6:00.  Details are

FINALLY, what you all have been waiting for these

9 years...The Tempest at the Forest Theatre.  
Wideawake presents The Bard's final and most
dreamy play in it's intended setting.  Leave this
world and come join us for a magical adventure
complete with spells, sprites, and drunkards.

See our very own Marc Harber as Alonso, King of
Naples in his Shakespearian debut.  Marc
guarantees that one way or another he will leave
you in tears.

RSVP to Marc Harber [EMAIL PROTECTED] or 942-1487
For directions and further information visit the

Sunday, August 19, 11 am-4 pm, Elul Fest at Beth Meyer
Spend an afternoon exploring and enjoying your Jewish
heritage--celebrate the month of Elul at Beth Meyer
Synagogue!  Beth Meyer presents the second annual Elul
Fest.  Elul is the month in the Jewish calendar before
the High Holidays and the month during which we
prepare for the holidays.  The Elul Fest will feature
a shofar blowing contest, Israeli folk dancing (and
dance instruction), crafts, a Jewish book fair, world
music by the Panorama Jazz Band and other musical
groups, educational and informational material about
Elul and the High Holidays, raffles, door prizes, and
kosher carnival-style food (including vegetarian
options).  There will be activites for kids, including
a moon bounce which will also be open for adults
during part of the festival.  

504 Newton Road, Raleigh, NC
Admission is only $3! 
For more information, e-mail Marian Turk at
[EMAIL PROTECTED] or call the Beth Meyer
Synagogue office at 848-1420.

Saturday, August 25, Game Night, Raleigh
Back by popular demand, Ron is hosting game night at
his Raleigh home.  Come and enjoy ice cream desserts
and smoothies.  The planning meeting for the next
quarter will immediately preceed the event so come and
share your ideas!  Details forthcoming.  (Ron)

Wednesday, September 5, Shmooze and Views
The first Wednesday of every month is Shmooze and
Views.  This month's topic is to be determined.
Questions?  Call the Durham Federation at
(919) 489-5335.

Sunday, September 9, Israeli Dancing, Temple Beth Or,
Put on your dancing shoes and start celebrating the
New Year with Israeli dancing.  Complete instruction
provided!  All levels of experience welcome.  (Sherry)

Wednesday, October 3, Smooze and Views, Durham. 
The first Wednesday of every month is Shmooze and
Views.  This month's topic is to be determined.
Questions?  Call the Durham Federation at
(919) 489-5335.

Sunday, October 7, Laser Tag, Raleigh
Get out your aggression and come play some Laser Tag. 
This popular event is back by demand.  (Mike C.)

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