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September 2018

Moishe House sukkah building

September 23 , 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

MoHo builds and decorates a sukkah from 3 to 8 p.m. at Moishe House all afternoon then enjoy a festive dinner around 6 p.m. They will have building stations, cooking stations and crafting stations. Contact moishehousepgh@gmail.com for more information.

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Steelers, Steaks, Spuds & Suds in the Sukkah

September 24 , 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

title: Steelers, Steaks, Spuds & Suds in the Sukkah description: Temple Sinai Brotherhood is celebrating Sukkot in a unique way, with steak, baked potatoes & beer in the sukkah, while watching the Steelers play the Tampa Bay Bucs. BBQ experts will be on-hand to grill a variety of kosher steaks, which you can enjoy with beer you bring, or soft drinks that we’ll provide. Please bring a non-dairy side dish or dessert to share. RSVP by Friday, September 14, to…

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Seniors in the Sukkah Lunch

September 26 , 12:00 pm

title: Seniors in the Sukkah Lunch description: Delicious lunch and musical holiday program. A chance to shake the Luluv and Etrog wheelchair accessible. Call 412-278-2658 to preregister. start-date: 2018-09-26 start time: 12:00PM end date: 2018-09-26 end time: all-day event: recurring event: --- event address: Chabad of the South Hills 1701 McFarland Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15243 event organizer: Chabad of the South Hills event website: http://www.chabadsh.com event cost: $5 suggested donation

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Beth Shalom Sisterhood Book Club

September 26 , 7:30 pm

title: Beth Shalom Sisterhood Book Club description: Next book to read, “The Female Persuasion” by Meg Wolitzer. The pleasure of reading doesn’t have to end with the last page. Be part of Sisterhood Book Club and prolong the experience with spirited and wide ranging discussion that often touches on contemporary issues. We meet every couple of months in members’ homes to exchange impressions of books we choose as a group. While opinions of a given book may vary, it’s always…

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Israeli Dancing

September 27 , 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:00pm on Thursday, repeating until April 25, 2019

title: Israeli Dancing description: Israeli Dancing at the Squirrel Hill JCC every Thursday, except holidays. Beginners of all ages welcome with a special teaching session 7:30 - 8. Open dancing follows until the JCC closes. $3/person, $2/students. start-date: 2018-08-30 start time: 7:30 PM end date: end time: 10:00 PM all-day event: recurring event: Weekly event address: Squirrel Hill JCC Kaufman Dance Studio 5738 Forbes Avenue event organizer: Lynn Berman event website: event cost: $3/$2 students

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ORDINARY MEN and REMEMBERING SURVIVAL

September 27 , 4:45 pm - 6:00 pm

Title: Dr. Christopher Browning Lecture: ORDINARY MEN and REMEMBERING SURVIVAL description: Join Classrooms without Borders for this important lecture by author, educator and world renowned historian, Christopher Browning. Dr. Browning’s research focuses on Nazi Germany and the Holocaust. He has written extensively about three issues: Nazi decision- and policy-making in regard to the origins of the Final Solution; the behavior and motives of various middle- and lower-echelon personnel involved in implementing Nazi Jewish policy; and the use of survivor testimony…

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German Studies Association Arts Night

September 27 , 7:00 pm

title: German Studies Association Arts Night: An evening of learning and fun! description: Join Classrooms Without Borders as we partner with the German Arts Association to bring Pittsburgh educators and community together for an important evening of learning and fun! Schedule: 7-8:30 the Asyl-Monologe (2011) play and discussion Three individual stories of refugees – Ali from Togo, Felleke from Ethiopia, and Safiye from Turkey – and their experiences as asylum seekers in Germany, “give flight and asylum a face” (taz.de).…

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Plant-Based Diets: A Jewish Imperative for our Time

September 27 , 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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One event on October 18, 2018 at 7:00pm

One event on November 29, 2018 at 7:00pm

title: Plant-Based Diets: A Jewish Imperative for our Time description: Jeffrey Cohan, executive director of Jewish Veg, will demonstrate the connection between animal-free diets and Judaism. Cohan will also explain why more than 75 rabbis recently signed a statement urging all Jews to transition to plant-based diets. This three-part “South Hills Healthy Living: A Blueprint for Tomorrow” series continues in October and November. Dates and topics include: Thursday, October 18 “Plant-Based Diets for a Healthier Family” Dr. Keith Somers, a…

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Soup in the Sukkah Women’s Event

September 27 , 7:30 pm

title: Soup in the Sukkah Women's Event description: Special guest Yolanda Willis who as a child was hidden in Greece during the Holocaust. Please RSVP to batya@chabadsh.com or 412-344-2424. start-date: 2018-09-27 start time: 07:30PM end date: 2018-09-27 end time: all-day event: recurring event: --- event address: Chabad of the South Hills 1701 McFarland Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15216 event organizer: Chabad of the South Hills event website: http://www.chabadsh.com event cost: No Charge

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Beth Shalom’s Scotch, Wine & More in the Sukkah

September 27 , 7:30 pm

title: Beth Shalom's Scotch, Wine & More in the Sukkah description: With musical toast by our Executive Director, Hazzan Rob Menes. All adults 21 & older are welcome! Other drinks and snacks will be available. A professional bartender will give brief lessons on properly mixing drinks. 7:00 P.M. – MINYAN 7:30 P.M. – DRINKING BEGINS start-date: 2018-09-27 start time: 7:30 p.m. end date: end time: all-day event: recurring event: No event address: Congregation Beth Shalom 5915 Beacon Street Pittsburgh, PA…

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Advocacy Training

September 28 , 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

title: Advocacy Training description: Justice for All! Use your voice to influence the decision makers in government. Make an impact on the issues that you care about and recruit more support for your side. Join the PCWP for our Advocacy Training and use your voice to engage in democracy. Event will take place in the Mellon Board Room. Event Contact Information Annie Guadagnino 412-365-1878 pcwp@chatham.edu Event Sponsor: Pennsylvania Center for Women and Politics start-date: 2018-09-28 start time: 10:00AM end date:…

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Wine and Wisdom in the Beth Shalom Sukkah

September 29 , 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Wine and Wisdom in the Beth Shalom Sukkah at 8 to 9:30 p.m. hosted by Beth Shalom, Moishe House and J'Burgh/Shalom Pittsburgh. Join other Jewish young adults to enjoy an evening in the Sukkah to sip on wine and share some words of wisdom. Contact moishehousepgh@gmail.com for more information.

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Bereavement Support Group

September 30 , 9:30 am - 10:30 am

title: Bereavement Support Group description: Temple Emanuel’s Bereavement Support Group’s next meeting will be on Sunday, September 30 at 9:30AM. The group, which is open to anyone who is experiencing grief following loss, is led by Jamie Del, MS, NCC, LPC and Naomi Pittle, LCSW, who both have experience in grief counseling. Please RSVP to Leon at leonsteineresa@verizon.net if you plan to attend. The Bereavement Support Group welcomes previous and newly bereaved adults to attend. Meetings are held at Temple…

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S.T.E.A.M. Senses of Sukkot

September 30 , 10:00 am - 11:30 am
(Photo courtesy of Community Day School)

title: S.T.E.A.M. Senses of Sukkot description: Children ages 2-5 and their families are invited to join us as we explore the beauty of Sukkot through science, technology, engineering, art, and math (S.T.E.A.M.) * Explore the gooey insides of deconstructed gourds. * Create and share a friendship fruit salad * Build a kid-size Sukkah with recycled materials * And much more! Engage your senses to discover the wonder and beauty of Sukkot! This event is free and open to the community.…

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October 2018

Applications due for the Immigrant Workforce Program

October 3

The Immigrant Workforce Program introduces immigrant and refugee job seekers to the American job market and provides them with the essential skills and competencies necessary to succeed in both the job search and in the workplace. Now in its second year, the 9-week program is being offered as a collaboration between JFCS Career Development Center, Literacy Pittsburgh, and All for All. Participants will learn how to write resumes, develop their professional networks and interview successfully. The program will also offer…

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