January 27, 2015 / 7th of Shvat, 5775
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  • Tuesday, January 27
    8:00pm – 10:00pm
    Symphony Hall, Boston map
    • $25.00 2nd Balcony
    • $45.00 Balcony
    • $60.00 Orchestra
    • $80.00 Orchestra
    Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezín is a powerful, dramatic and inspirational concert/drama that tells the story of courageous Jewish prisoners during World War II who formed a chorus under the leadership of fellow prisoner Rafael Schächter, and performed Verdi's Requiem 16 times. DefiantRequiem.org Read More
  • Wednesday, January 28
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Barcelona Wine Bar, Brookline map
    Come Drop In with ReachOut! volunteers to chat about our Spring 2015 Cycle! Drop Ins will take place throughout the Boston area over the course of three weeks, from 6-8pm. Enjoy a beverage on us and learn about our program, volunteer opportunities and how you can get involved. Read More
  • Thursday, January 29
    6:00pm – 7:30pm
    The Vilna Shul, Boston map
    • $36.00 Suggested Donation
    Register HereRegistration closes on January 29
    Do you live or work near Beacon Hill? Are you a businessperson, entrepreneur, lawyer, retailer, newly arrived in Boston or otherwise just looking to network? And do you like scotch? Then come down to the Vilna Shul for our “Scotch & Schmooze” networking happy hour event. Read More
  • Thursday, January 29
    7:00pm – 9:00pm
    Hebrew College, Newton map
    • $10.00 General Admission
    Film screening and discussion of the groundbreaking documentary "1913: Seeds of Conflict," directed by Ben Loeterman. Read More
  • Friday, January 30
    6:30pm – 10:00pm
    Tremont St Shul, Cambridge map
    • $18.00 Early General
    • $16.00 Early Member
    • $14.00 Early Student
    • $22.00 General
    • $20.00 Member
    • $18.00 Student
    Join the Tremont St. 20s&30s for Kabbalat Shabbat services and Friday night dinner! You can join the Partnership minyan at 5:15, or you can join an Egalitarian minyan at 6:30. We will all join together for a fresh, homemade vegetarian (dairy) dinner downstairs at 7:30. Read More
  • Friday, January 30
    7:30pm – 9:00pm
    Ashland Community Center, Ashland map
    Join us for our annual Tu B’shevat seder, where we will celebrate the Jewish birthday of the trees using a fun and interactive ritual created by the kabbalists of Safed, Israel. Don’t miss this fruit-filled event, which will be both delicious and nourishing for body and soul! Read More
  • Saturday, January 31
    7:00pm – 11:00pm
    Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, Boston map
    • $60.00 Pre-registration
    • $75.00 At the Door
    WE’VE GOT SOMETHING TO TELL YOU. Golden Globe nominated actor Jeffrey Tambor is coming to Chai in the Hub! Come mix and mingle with our honorees, 18 of Jewish Boston’s most inspiring young adults. Who are they? Well, let’s see. For starters, we’ve got a stand-up rabbi, a financial... Read More
  • Sunday, February 1
    1:00pm – 2:30pm
    Congregation Kehilath Israel, Brookline map
    Interested in hearing about a meaningful volunteer opportunity helping local Holocaust survivors? JF&CS will be running a training and informational session for their Survivor Holiday Visitation Program, just for Boston 3G. Read More
  • Sunday, February 1
    3:00pm – 5:00pm
    Boston Synagogue, Boston map
    Young Pros / 20s & 30s — Join us for a special pre-Tu BiShvat gathering and learning with refreshments! Jewish Climate Action Network (JCAN) coordinator Rabbi Katy Z. Allen and JCAN member David Schreiber, CFP®, will host an interactive discussion about what you can do about climate change! Read More
  • Monday, February 2
    7:15pm – 9:15pm
    Temple Emanuel of Newton, Newton map
    Join AJC Boston at Temple Emanuel on Mon. 02/02/15 to hear from former AP reporter Matti Friedman on whether the media is biased against Israel. This event is free and open to the public. Register is required at www.ajcboston.org/MattiFriedman. Read More
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