Shalom everyone.
In this installment of the TYJP Newsletter, please find details for the following events:
    Thursday, March 15, 2007:  Happy Hour (Marjorie)
    Saturday, March 17, 2007:  Recipe Exchange (Lindsey)  (RSVPs Required) 
    Thursday, March 22, 2007:  Introduction to Kabballah (Solomon)  (RSVPs Required)    
    Sunday, March 25, 2007:  Eno River Hike (Teri)
Also, mark your calendars for these events; more information will follow in subsequent Emails
    Sunday, April 8, 2007:  Matzah Brie Brunch (Jamie)
    Tuesday, April 10, 2007:  "Break Pesach" Planning Meeting (Mike)
    Thursday, April 19, 2007:  Happy Hour (Sara)
    Sunday, April 29, 2007:  Yom HaShoah @ Meredith College (Mike
)  (New Date)   
Board Meetings:
    Monday, March 19, 2007 (Mike)
    Monday, April 30, 2007 (Mike)
TYJP members are allowed, even encouraged, to attend and observe the Board Meetings.  Please contact Michael C. ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) if you are interested in attending the meeting(s).  The Board will meet at a centrally located, inexpensive restaurant, picked usually within a day or so of the meeting; the meetings will begin at 7:15 PM, so please plan to show up to the restaurant by 7:00 PM.
We would like remind everyone that our Happy Hours are held on the third Thursday of each month, unless otherwise specified. 
If you are new to TYJP, please contact the host of the event or send a note to [EMAIL PROTECTED] (tyjp at, so we can look out for you.  We would like to ensure your first event is a pleasant and warm experience.
Happy Hour
When:  Thursday, March 15, 2007

Time:  7:00 PM
Where:  Jibarra, 7420 Six Forks Road, Raleigh
Jibarra offers a spacious lounge decorated with comfortable leather furniture and is enhanced by lightly thumping world beats, perfect for mingling. This inviting, chic atmosphere is an ideal setting for their mission of changing the public’s perceptions of tequila from frat-boy swill to cognac-like thrill.  Their premium tequilas’ complex flavors, silky textures and softly rounded finishes provide all the convincing anyone needs.
Conversation at Jibarra's sleek, curvy bar is sure to be sparked as guests are exposed to an exclusive display of the best tequilas, which are best savored slow and straight.  Along with their signature margaritas, you will find unique high-quality cocktails with fresh-squeezed juices, and a distinguished wine list highlighting selections from Latin America and Spain.
Recipe Exchange
When:  Saturday, March 17, 2007

Time:  6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Where:  Jamie and Jeff K's House, N. Raleigh (RSVPs Required)
Do you ever go to a friend's house and wish you could get the recipe for what you ate?  Do you have a recipe that has become famous, but you never had the recipe with you when you got showered with compliments?  Join TYJP to share recipes and eat great food!!  Bring a favorite homemade dish and the recipe you used to make it!
RSVP to Lindsey S. at [EMAIL PROTECTED] to get directions, to let her know what you are making, and to find out how many copies of your recipe to bring.  Dishes may be anything from appetizer to entree to dessert...soup or salad...anything welcome except foods containing pork and/or shellfish.
Introduction to Kabbalah:
When:  Thursday, March 22, 2007
  7:30 - 9:00 PM
Where:  Janis Z's Home (RSVPs Required)   
Cost:  $4.00 TYJP Members / $5.00 Non-Members & Guests
Everyone in Hollywood is studying Kabbalah, but are they really getting access to authentic Jewish mysticism?  Come and find out what Kabbalah is really about.  This Intro-to-Kabballah lesson will leave you with a hunger to delve into more ancient and modern Jewish mystical texts.  This class will cover the following topics:
    * What is authentic Kabbalah?
    * What are some of the basic Kabbalistic concepts?
    * What are the Sefirot?
    * What is the place and function of Kabbalah within Judaism?
Cost is $4.00 for members and $5.00 for non-members/guests.  Please RSVP to Solomon R. ([EMAIL PROTECTED]); RSVP's are required so we can plan accordingly, as well as to receive directions.  There is a minimum number of students required to have the class so please RSVP as soon as you can.
Eno River Hike
When:  Sunday, March 25, 2007

Time:  10:00 AM (Approximately 2 Hours)
Where:  Eno River State Park, Cox Mountain Trail, 6199 Cole Mill Rd, Durham  (RSVPs Requested, But Not Required)
March is a great time for a hike before it gets hot!  We'll be hiking the 3.75 mile Cox Mountain Trail which is in the western section of the Eno River Park.  Leashed pets are welcome (leashes no longer than 6 feet).  See these sites for more details about the park and trail:
To RSVP or send questions, please contact Teri at [EMAIL PROTECTED].
The park is in NW Durham at the western end of Cole Mill Rd (Cole Mill dead ends at the Western section of the Eno River park).  Note:  This is NOT the same location where the Eno River Festival is held.
Please use either of the following links for personalized directions:  MapQuest or Maps.Google
This site has general directions from I-85:
We'll meet near the trailhead in the large parking area at the very end of Cole Mill, which makes a loop in an open meadow.
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