A square a month makes for a happy afghan. Making an afghan can be very boring – same pattern after same pattern, stitch after stitch, row after row – UGH! Instead, knit 12 squares, one per month. Each month we will send you directions for your next square, along with some encouraging words. When all squares are done, it's party-time. We'll all meet, sew the squares together and then each person can decide if they want to donate their afghan to charity or keep it for themselves.Contact Caring Yarns for more info.
Family/Grade 5 Shabbat, Friday, March 1, 7:00pm Music by Sue Horowitz
Light refreshments will be served.
Our Student Theater Group's First Performance
Sunday, March 3, 11:45am - 12:30pm at Congregation Shalom
The Boy Who Stuck Out HIs Tongue
by Edith Tardescu AND Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Modern Prophet by Gabrielle Suzanne Kaplan
Fundraising Art Sale
Sunday, March 10, 2 - 5pm
At the temple. Large selection of classic and contemporary art – beautiful crewel and needlepoint pieces as well as prints and amazing illustrations. Some originals! Every piece will be priced, but the fundraising team will be "flexible".
Sisterhood Retreat April 5-7
Portsmouth Sheraton, Portsmouth, NH
A weekend of music, learning, prayer, laughter, good food, and friendship led by Rabbi Perry with Susan Horowitz.
Theme:Torah as seen through The Midrash of Creative Arts.Full details.
One Community Read April 30
Powerful story of how a prominent white supremacist changed his heart and mind. It can help us understand what is happening in this American moment, and better understand one another. Open to the public. At Congregation Shalom. Details.