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Wednesday, August 12, 11:30 am - History of Jewish Artists with Frana Baruch - Frana will be teaching us about contributions from Jewish artists - CLICK HERE to register.
Thursday, August 13, 7:00 pm - Movie Night In - Waves of Freedom - Sponsored by JGS, CPA - Previously untold, waves of freedom is an adventure documentary that recounts the amazing story of American volunteer sailors who were recruited to break the British blockade of Palestine after World War II. Their extraordinary assignment: Bring 2,000 displaced persons from Europe to the lannd of their dreams; to a land of freedom. One of those brave volunteers will be joining the event and availabe for Q&A. CLICK HERE to register.
Wednesday, August 26, 11:30 am - Two short films: Wendy's Shabbat & the little table. Come watch how seniors celebrate Shabbat in Florida at Wendy's and how a synagogue committee has trouble coming to an executive decision - CLICK HERE to register.
Wednesday, September 9, 11:30 am - Steven Steele Cawman, Photographer - Steven will be sharing his story and photographs of Africa. His work was recently exhibited at the Boardman Road Library. CLICK HERE to register.
Wednesday, September 23, 11:30 am - Come and listen to Hudson Valley Radio Theatre/Murder Cafe's production of "Sorry Wrong Number." A radio production of the movie! Come and have a listen, great cast and sound effects. Hosted and narrated by Frank Marquette, owner of Hudson Valley Radio Theatre. CLICK HERE to register.
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The Howard Lynne Scholarship Fund was created to strengthen the Dutchess Jewish
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