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Past Events

This page houses an archive of some memorable past Temple events

March of the Living TE/Tikkun Olam T-Shirt Fundraiser!

Our website can take checks over the Internet and post them directly to your member account if you're logged in. For those who want the old fashioned form and wish to mail their check in, here is the link to the order form.

Please join us virtually for "The Matzo Ball Diaries"!

The Jewish Women's Theater in Los Angeles is presenting an exciting virtual performance that explores the power of food to nourish our souls, heal us, and move us to action. A Zoom link will be sent out before the event, so watch your email! This event is hosted by the TE Sisterhood.

Previous Events

The Dan Nichols Zoom Concert Event!


Save the date for August 13th! Stay tuned. More info to come via email!

"Behind the Silence" Event Photos

Pictures from "Behind the Silence", a journey through a multimedia presentation that pays tribute to the music and art that survived the Holocaust. 

We hope you were our guest for Purim 2019: Esther and the Beast!

Sunday, March 24th, we celebrated Purim, ate Hamantashen, and sat down to watch the Temple Emanuel Players present a unique play, Esther and the Beast, that tells the story of Purim using the themes from Disney's Beauty and the Beast. There was song, drama, some eunuchs, a curse and a rose, blossoming love, and a hateful villain. Would there be redemption for the Beast? What will become of Esther and the Jews?

If you missed the spiel, you'll have to wait for it to come out on DVD! One thing was for sure: it was certainly one for the records!

The Beregovski Suite: Klezmer Reimagined was a success!

Through the efforts of our Music Director, Scott Williamson and AGAR we were treated to an incredible concert by Alicia Svigals and Uli Gcissendocrfer.

"I couldn't be more thrilled we are kicking off our music series with this program. Alicia Svigals was a founding member of the Klezmatics, one of the world's leading performers of klezmer repertory," said Temple Emanuel Music and Program director, Scott Williamson. "This music expresses the heart, soul and spirit of life that is core to one of the world's great folk cultures. 'Klezmer' music, with its bluesy harmonies, memorable melodies and infectious dance rhythms is one of the most beloved forms of Jewish culture. We're honored to co-host this fantastic, jazz-inspired duo with our friends from Amherst, the non-profit arts organization, Amherst Glebe Arts Response (AGAR)."



 

Wed, December 2 2020 16 Kislev 5781