Wednesday, November 11 • 8:00 p.m.
In partnership with JCC MetroWest and Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest
Join the hosts of Tablet magazine’s wildly popular Unorthodox podcast as they share a wide range of perspectives regarding modern Judaism in profane, some profound (and sometimes both!) ways.
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The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook with Authors Elisa Spungen Bildner and Robert Bildner
Tuesday, December 1 • 730 p.m.
In partnership with Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest
The Berkshires boasts an impressive number of family-run farms. These stories of the area's farmers and chefs are told through the language of food and the recipes extend well beyond the region. Join the Bildners’ as they paint a vivid portrait of the earth and what we eat. Proud partner of the Jewish Book Council.
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One Book. One Jewish Community.
Book Read with Nesting Dolls author Alina Adams
Tuesday, December 8 • 7:30 p.m.
The Nesting Dolls is about three generations of a Soviet Jewish family in 1930s and 1970s Odessa USSR, and in present day Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. Three women struggle to survive through Stalin’s purges, the Free Soviet Jewry movement and the battle between roots and assimilation in America. Proud partner of the Jewish Book Council.
Register here in advance and receive an autographed bookplate!
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