September 20, 2019
In This Issue
Introduce Yourself
Our Village On the Go
Volunteer Opportunities
Wallis Discount Theater Club
Village Events
Temple Events
Kehillah
Introduce Yourself: Bob White
What's Your Story?
Hello, my name is Bob White and I was born and raised in Chicago. My dad was raised as an Orthodox Jew in Russia, but when he emigrated to Chicago, he rebelled and joined a Conservative synagogue. He was president of our temple, seemingly forever, was active in the Zionist Organization and was always selling Israel bonds to anyone who would buy them.

Our Village On the Go
Members of the Brown Bag Short Stories group reviewing this week's stories.
Click here to view photos from ChaiVillageLA activities through the years on our website.
Wallis Discount Theater Club
ChaiVillageLA is proud to announce our partnership with the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. We will receive a limited amount of tickets for select theater, dance, and music shows for a nominal fee. To be added to the mailing list and be notified about ticket availability, please email Talia at Admin@ChaiVillageLA.org .
Volunteer Opportunities
If you are interested in helping with voter registration at the October 5 NAMIWalk, contact Idelle Davidson at idelledavidson@gmail.com .
Want to help with the Sukkot Celebration on October 14? Contact Special Events Chair Wendy Plottel at
(310) 291-9252 or wendys49@yahoo.com .
New Events
Sacred/Difficult Conversations
Join Temple Isaiah for the first in a new series where we have conversations about pressures we all face and strength we can find through listening, sharing, and purposeful action.

Sunday, September 25 - 4:00-6:00 PM
Temple Isaiah - Social Hall
FIDM Museum Tour
Join us for a tour at the Fashion Institute of Design (FIDM) featuring an array of costumes from Emmy-nominated TV shows. The exhibit includes over 100 costumes from 23 recent shows. 

Friday, October 11 - 10:00 AM-2:00 PM
FIDM Museum - 919 S. Grand Ave., Suite 250
Tour de Summer Camps
Join Village member Michael Belman, captain of the Temple Isaiah team, and others for this year's Tour de Summer Camps. Raise funds to share the magic of Jewish summer camp with more of our kids.

Sunday, October 27 - Registration opens at 6:00 AM
Camp Alonim - 1101 Pepper Tree Lane, Simi Valley
Chai-Lighted Events
Men's Meet-Up
Join fellow Village men for lunch and conversation We'll meet, order Chinese food, and spend time talking and getting to know each other better.

Wednesday, September 25 - 12:00-1:30 PM
Hop Li - 10974 W Pico Blvd.
Line Dancing
All adult temple members are invited to be part of a fun Line Dancing class featuring the latest dances. No prior experience necessary. Fee: $10.

Wednesday, October 2 - 3:00-4:30 PM
Temple Emanuel - Family Resource Room
NAMIWalks
Join Shelley Hoffman, ChaiVillageLA and Temple Isaiah member, and her team at this year's NAMIWalks to raise funds for essential education, advocacy, and support for people living with mental illness and their loved ones.

Saturday, October 5 - 8:00 AM
Grand Park DTLA - 227 N Spring St.
Paderewski Lecture-Recital
Enjoy a free night of classical piano with a group of Village members. The USC Thornton School of Music Polish Music Center’s flagship fall concert presents Three Paderewskis , a new American musical hybrid.

Saturday, October 12 - 8:00 PM
Newman Recital Hall - 700 Childs Way, LA, CA 90089
ChaiVillageLA Sukkot Celebration
Come celebrate Sukkot by schmoozing with friends, old and new, and sharing a festive meal. We'll be in the sukkah at the home of Rabbi Zoë Klein Miles and Scott Miles. Fee is $18 to help cover cost of food.

Monday, October 14 - 5:30-7:30 PM
Home of Rabbi Zoë Klein Miles and Scott Miles
PATH Move-In
Celebrate Sukkot by joining in the mitzvah of creating a dwelling for a previously homeless mom and her 3 kids. Three hours of your time is all it takes to change a family's entire world.

Saturday, October 19 - 9:00 AM-1:00 PM
Meet at the home of Andrea & Terry Pullan
Discussion & Dessert: L.A. Homelessness
L.A. has the worst homelessness problem in the USA. What the city has done has not been successful. LA City Council Member Paul Koretz will discuss these issues and answer your questions.

Sunday, October 27 - 7:30-9:00 PM
Home of Barbara Marom-Pollack and Jonathan Pollack
Temple Events
Check out the Temple Calendars for a listing of Shabbat services, special events, lectures, and more!
Monthly Events
Understanding World News
Tuesday, October 15 - 10:00 AM
Brown Bag Short Stories
Cancelled in October
Weekly Events
Bridge
Beginning : Monday, Sept. 23 - 11:00 AM
Intermediate : Monday, Sept. 23 - 6:30 PM
Walk with The Rabbi
Tuesday, Sept. 24 - 8:15 AM
Chair Yoga & Mindfulness
Tuesday, Sept. 24 - 11:15 AM
Poetry Writing Workshop
Tuesday, Sept. 24 - 1:00-3:00 PM
Kehillah
Refuah Shleimah
A Full and Complete Healing To:
Sandy Bernstein
Sylvia Fox
Roberta Gillerman
Norma Glickman
Carol Hartmann
June Miller
Jack Olshansky
Joan Sales
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