We are counting down to the last month before LimmudBoston 2011 on December 4, 2011 at Congregation Mishkan Tefila in Chestnut Hill, MA.
Now is the time to pre-register. Bring your family! (Special family rates available) Tell your friends!
The entire schedule for LimmudBoston 2011 is now online! Take a look! Create your own schedule! Accessible as a mobile app, too!
Preview LimmudBoston 2011 at http://limmudboston2011.sched.org
Your ticket for registration for LimmudBoston 2011 includes:
- 100-plus fabulous sessions and panels;
- Zamir Chorale of Boston Annual Open Sing;
- Two amazing concerts–emceed by Aaron Freeman of Chicago’s Second City Comedy Troupe
- Mid-day Concert: The Levins and Shoshana Jedwab
- Evening Concert: Josh Nelson, Kol B’seder, Sue Horowitz, Arnie Davidson
You won’t want to miss a moment on December 4, so don’t forget to order your kosher lunch and dinner before November 28th. Meals may be ordered on the ticket registratin page. No food may be brought into Congregation Mishkan Tefila.
VOLUNTICIPATE! We need volunteers for the day of LimmudBoston to run smoothly. Limmud would be a bargain at twice the price! Even though everyone pays to attend LimmudBoston, it is the Limmud way to help make the conference a success. This is how Limmud conferences around the world remain accessible.
Please go to https://limmudboston.org/Day-of_Volunteers_2011.html to discover the many ways in which you can help.
Volunteer jobs on this site range from helping to prepare Congregation Mishkan Tefila for LimmudBoston in on Thursday night, December 1 to greeting participants during the conference to driving one of our musicians to Amtrak or the airport on Monday morning. And lots in-between.
Here’s the link: https://limmudboston.org/Day-of_Volunteers_2011.html
Please make this conference a true Limmud by choosing at least one task. Your assistance keeps LimmudBoston affordable and open to the entire community.
Panels are a unique phenomenon at LimmudBoston. Here are some of just a few panels you may choose to attend on December 4:
- From Crisis to Vision: Jewish Philanthropy & Innovation A Conversation Between Shawn Landres (Jewish Jumpstart) & Gil Preuss (CJP-Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston)
- ReConServaDox? The Future of Jewish Movements with Dan Freelander, Toba Spitzer, Leonard Gordon, David Wolfman and others
- The Future of Jewish Menswork including David Strauss, David Malchman, Allen Spivack and other veterans of the Jewish Mens Retreat
- How to Mark Happy and Sad Transitions at a Mikveh with representatives of Mayyim Hayyim
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