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Adult Education

The Adult Education Team offers a wide variety of learning opportunities throughout the year.   They sponsor a popular Jewish film series called Reel Nights.  This series which takes place on Saturday evenings throughout the year, features little known, but wonderful films with a Jewish theme and a lively discussion of the movie afterward.  

 Everyone is welcome to join the committee or simply join our mailing list to keep informed about upcoming events.  Please contact Kareen Hartwig or the school office if you wish to be added to the Adult Ed mailing list, or if you have ideas you would like to share.

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Adult Educational Programs include:

  • Torah Study with Rabbi Lazar – Thursdays at noon
  • Torah Study on Saturday mornings at 9 AM
  • Classes on various topics of interest – Wednesday nights at 7:00 (check out the weekly schedule of events)
  • Scholar In Residence Program.  We will announce the details of this exciting program as soon as all of the details are worked out!
  • Reel Nights  (check out the weekly schedule of events)

2024 Event Schedule


Saturday February 10 at 7 PM

No Accident

2023, 1 hour 38 minutes, Rated: TV-MA, Documentary

Language: English, Country: USA

In August 2017, white supremacists rallied in Charlottesville, Virginia, viciously attacking counter-protestors. Two lawyers, convinced that the Trump DOJ would do nothing, decided to sue a group of violent rightwing protestors.

Saturday April 13 at 7 PM


2020, 1 hour 25 minutes, Drama

Language: Hebrew, with English subtitles

Country: Israel

Starring Shira Haas from Shtisel

Despite living together, Asia barely interacts with her daughter Vika. Their routine is shaken when Vika's health deteriorates rapidly. Asia must step in and become the mother Vika so desperately needs.

Saturday June 1

At 7 PM

When Jews Were Funny

2013, 1 hour 29 minutes, Documentary

Language: English, Country: USA

Alan Zweig's 2013 documentary "When Jews Were Funny" surveys the often colorful history of Jewish comedy in America. The documentary is insightful, often hilarious and packed with one-liners. While taking the viewer on the journey through the history of Jewish comedy, a second journey is taken in the exploration of what it means to be Jewish in America.


Tuesdays, February 6, 13, 20 and 27, 7 – 8:30 PM at TBA or zoom

Black History Month and Diversity

Be on the lookout for community events and a TBA event for:

The One Book, One Jewish Community Book selection for 2023-2024

Book Cover: Israel by Noa Tishby

Israel: A Simple Guide to The Most Misunderstood Country on Earth by Noa Tishby

Israel. The small strip of arid land is 5,700 miles away but remains a hot-button issue and a thorny topic of debate. But while everyone seems to have a strong opinion about Israel, how many people know the facts?


Sat, March 2 2024 22 Adar I 5784