SWEETS FOR THE SWEET PARTY
Saturday, February 9 at 7:30 pm
Get your "just desserts" at our annual "Sweets for
the Sweet" party. Join other TJS and TYJP members
for an evening of culinary delight. Bring an
obscenely caloric concoction - luscious chocolate,
candy, cakes or cookies. Passion fruits and "fruit
of the vine" would be divine. Hosted by Linda
Stevens, 204 Lost Tree Ln, Cary. RSVP by 2/1 to
[EMAIL PROTECTED] or (919)319-7776. Call for directions.
$2 donation appreciated.
The following items are from the Durham/Chapel Hill Jewish
>> CAMPAIGN KICK-OFF...it's not too late!
Sunday, February 10, 1 pm, Freeman Center for Jewish Life at Duke
Not too late to help honor our Evans Award winners, Sharon and Ed
Halperin, and our Siegel Young Leadership Award winners, Rachel
and Nathan Bearman. Not too late to hear our speaker's compelling
personal story. Not too late to be thanked for the wonderful
programs and services your campaign dollars help support. Not too
late to demonstrate your pride in our Jewish community! RSVP to
[EMAIL PROTECTED] or call 919-489-5335.
>> JEWISH COMMUNITY WEBSITES
Jewish Federation: http://shalomdch.org.
Beth El Synagogue: http://www.betheldurham.org/
Chapel Hill Kehillah: http://www.jrf.org/chkehillah/
Judea Reform Congregation: http://www.judeareform.org/
Lerner Jewish Community Day School: http://ljcds-dch.org/
NC Jewish Film Festival: http://www.carolinatheatre.org/ncjff/index.html
Triangle Society for Humanistic Judaism: http://www.hjnc.org/
>> WEEKLY DROP-IN EVENTS FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
Stretch & Relaxation: Wed., 7:30 pm. Jewish Community Day School.
Walking Club: Fri., 8:15 am. Meet at Judea Reform Parking Lot.
Playgroup: Fri., 10:30 am. Call 919-489-5335 for location.
Adult Basketball: Sun., 9:30 am. East Chapel Hill High.
>> MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS CONCERT
Sunday, February 3, 2:15 pm, Freeman Center for Jewish Life
"A Sense of Place: Paul Schoenfield, The Man and His Music,"
in concert with Ciompi Quartet. Includes Tales from Chelm
string quartet. $15 ($5/students).
>> DUKE FRIENDS OF ISRAEL
Monday, February 4, 3 pm, Duke's Mary Lou Williams Center
With Rafael Danziger, AIPAC Foreign Policy Analyst
Middle Eastern Snacks will be served. Call 919-684-6422.
>> YOUNG LEADERSHIP SHMOOZE & VIEWS
Wednesday, February 6, 6:30 pm
Mediterranean Deli, 410 W Franklin Street, Chapel Hill
This month's topic: "What Is Our Responsibility As
Jews?" RSVP to Marc Harber [EMAIL PROTECTED] or 919-942-1487.
>> TRIANGLE SOCIETY FOR HUMANISTIC JUDAISM
Friday, February 8, 8 pm at the Durham Unitarian Fellowship.
Service followed by speaker from Americans & Muslims for
Intercultural Dialog, on "Islam and the Mideast." Also,
children's Purim activity. For more info: 919-620-0546.
>> TJS / TYJP SWEETS FOR THE SWEET PARTY
Saturday, February 9 at 7:30 pm
Bring an obscenely caloric concoction. E-mail [EMAIL PROTECTED]
or call 919-319-7776 for directions. $2 donation appreciated.
>> BETH EL EVENING OF ART
Saturday, February 9, 8 pm, Freeman Center for Jewish Life
Art, wine, hors d'oevres, jazz. $50/person. More info:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] or 919-732-4636. To benefit
Beth El Synagogue's Annual Fund.
>> CAMPAIGN KICKOFF LUNCHEON TO HONOR HALPERINS, BEARMANS
Sunday, February 10, 1 pm, Duke Freeman Center for Jewish Life
Two very special couples will receive community awards at the
2002 Federation Campaign Kickoff. Ed and Sharon Halperin have
been named to receive the Mutt and Sara Evans Award for
Community Service. Nathan and Rachel Bearman will receive the
Earl and Gladys Siegel Young Leadership Award. Also, meet and
hear the compelling stories of New Faces of Aliyah. If you
didn't receive your invitation, call us at 919-489-5335.
>> JCCWW CHESS CLUB KICK-OFF
Sunday, February 10, 6:30 pm, Jewish Federation office
All ages and abilities welcome. RSVP to 919-489-5335 or
reply to this e-mail. Bring your chess set if you have one.
>> KIDS' NIGHT OUT!
Saturday, February 16, 6:30-10:30 pm
Parents, enjoy a night out while your kids have a blast!
Activities include havdalah, arts & crafts, snack, movies,
games. Grades K-6. To sign up: http://shalomdch.org/jccww.htm.
>> SCHOOL'S OUT... JCC'S IN
February 15, 18, 19, 8 am - 4 pm
Teacher workday series with arts & crafts, games, stories.
To sign up: http://shalomdch.org/jccww.htm.
>> 4TH ANNUAL NORTH CAROLINA JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL
February 21-24, Carolina Theatre, Durham. Saturday night
feature performance by comedienne Elayne Boosler. Details:
>> CHAGALL IN PINEHURST
February 22-23, Carolina Hotel, Pinehurst, NC. Sponsored by
the Sandhills Jewish Congregation. Featuring many notable
speakers including artist's granddaughter. Contact 910-695-4278,
[EMAIL PROTECTED], or http://www.chagallinpinehurst.org/.
>> FEDERATION STARTS WITH YOU... AND BELONGS TO ALL OF US!
SUPER SUNDAY-MARCH 3
When the phone rings on Sunday, March 3, a volunteer won't ask
you to personally deliver food to a hungry family, drive a senior
to the doctor, teach an art class, be a summer camp counselor,
lobby Congress, or even attend an Israeli Independence Day
celebration. All you'll be asked to do is say "Yes...yes, I'll
give a gift to support Jewish life and continuity here and
around the world."
Super Sunday, March 3, is your chance to give generously of your
time and resources. You'll be glad you did!
To volunteer, e-mail [EMAIL PROTECTED] or call 919-489-5335.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of our community!
>> ROSENZWEIG MUSEUM CHILDREN'S ART SHOW RECEPTION
Sunday, March 3, 3-5 pm, at Judea Reform Congregation
The Jewish call to be shomrei adama, or keepers of the earth is
expressed through art by children of all age groups from Triangle
religious schools. Refreshments and prizes. Exhibit open through
April 14. Call 919-932-1844 for more information.
>> MIGRATIONS: JEWISH SETTLERS OF EASTERN NC EXHIBIT
Tuesday, March 19, 7:30-9:30 pm: Opening reception and program
Exhibit runs March 12 through April 24 at Perkins Library, Duke
Created by the Rosenzweig Museum and Jewish Heritage Foundation.
Developed under direction of Len Rogoff and exhibit designer Dan
Gottlieb, "Migrations" is a series of panels describing in words
and pictures the experiences of some of the first Jewish settlers
in eastern North Carolina. For more information call 919-932-1844.
>> COMMUNITY YOM HASHOAH PROGRAM
Monday, April 8, 7:30 pm at the Chapel Hill Kehillah
Holocaust program and memorial service, featuring the Triangle
Jewish Chorale and a presentation by Marianne Roberts, who
escaped from Germany in 1939 at age 19. For more information,
contact 919-286-3628 or 919-933-9089.
>> DID YOU SIGN UP YOUR CHILD FOR JCCWW SUMMER CAMP YET?
Go to http://shalomdch.org/camp.htm.
>> JFS INTERFAITH COUPLES DISCUSSION SERIES
Call 919-489-5335 for more information.
>> SEEKING BRIDGE AND MAJ JONGG PLAYERS OF ALL LEVELS
Contact the JCCWW at 919-489-5335 or reply to this e-mail
to join a group of people with the same interest.
>> JCCWW JEWISH BOOK CLUB STARTING IN APRIL
Tuesday, April 2, 7-8 pm, then first Tuesdays. At Durham
Barnes & Noble. To discuss the Pulitzer Prize winning novel,
"The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay," by Michael
Chabon. Come with ideas for future reads. Reply to this
e-mail or call 919-489-5335 to sign-up.
>> JOB OPENING: Clinical Social Worker: 20 hours
Jewish Family Service seeks a Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
with a focus on family and geriatric practice. Varied respon-
sibilities: Individual, family and group services, office
and home visits, advocacy work in nursing home and
assisted living facilities, some program-related respon-
sibilities, etc. JFS serves the Jewish community of Durham
and Chapel Hill. Send cover letter and resume to Marjorie
Scheer, Director, JFS, 3622 Lyckan Pkwy, Ste 3003, Durham,
NC 27707 or fax to 919-489-5778.
>> JOB OPENING: Programming and Volunteer Coordinator: 24 hours
Jewish Family Service seeks a Programming and Volunteer
Coordinator. Varied responsibilities: Screens volunteers for
the friendly visitor and other JFS volunteer programs; plans
and coordinates "Chaverim," the Lunch and Learn program for
Jewish senior citizens; staffs the JFS Program committee and
implements (with volunteer assistance) the ideas generated by
the Program Committee; coordinates major JFS programs; helps
create fall and winter/spring JFS brochures. Undergraduate
degree, knowledge of and deep engagement with Jewish culture,
experience in programming and volunteer coordination, much
room for creativity. Send cover letter and resume to Marjorie
Scheer, Director, JFS, 3622 Lyckan Pkwy, Ste 3003, Durham, NC
27707 or fax to 919-489-5778.
>> JOB OPENING: Community Midrasha Education Director: 25 hours
The Community Midrasha is a pluralistic high school program
serving the Durham-Chapel Hill Jewish community. The Midrasha
was created as combination of the education program of Beth El
Synagogue and Judea Reform Congregation. Now an independent
organization in its 14th year, its weekly programs provide
religious and cultural instruction to Jewish students from 8th
through 12th grades.
The position of Education Director includes:
- developing and implementing the curriculum and academic goals
- hiring, supervising, and evaluating the faculty
- managing the Midrasha's resources
- working with the Midrasha's volunteer board
For further information, please email [EMAIL PROTECTED] or
call Sabina Sager at 919-688-1774.
>> MISHLOACH MANOT DELIVERY SERVICE
By the Lerner Jewish Community Day School, serving Durham,
Chapel Hill, Carrboro. Mail order service also available.
Packages are kosher and include Purim story; hamentashen from
Green's Bakery of Brooklyn. Orders by Feb. 15 to guarantee
delivery by Purim, Monday, 2/25. Call 919-286-5517 for more
info. Order form: http://ljcds-dch.org/purim.pdf.
>> JCCWW MOSAIC ART CLASS
Bring an object (table, frame, tray, mirror, etc.) to decorate
with a colorful mix of ceramic pieces. Dates/time TBA (daytime).
Call 919-489-5335 or reply to this e-mail.
>> ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR. New this year at the JCCWW Yom Ha'Atzmaut
(Israeli Independence Day) Community Celebration, April 14.
Artists and craftspersons are invited to show and sell their
wares. Call 919-489-5335 to rserve a booth.
>> JCCWW SUMMER CAMP: A FEW COUNSELORS STILL NEEDED. Ages 16+.
Call 919-489-5335 to set up an interview.