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Mavens in Our Midst (BHT members with Expertise!)

gardening tools clipart – Gilfach Fargoed Primary SchoolThursday, Jan 28, 7:00pm.  Gardening the Lazy Way with Amy Majerowski.  January is the perfect time to start planning your garden for next season!  Get tips from Amy on what to be thinking about now.


 

Mavens in Our Midst (BHT members with Expertise!)

Traditional Hamantaschen Fillings | Oh Nuts Blog  Tuesday, Feb 2, 7:00pm. Learn to Bake Hamantaschen for Purim with Gary Fugate, Beth Hillel's own baker extraordinaire! (Purim starts Thursday night,  Feb 25. SAVE THE DATE for BHT's usual Purim fun with mystery guest--this year on Zoom.)


 

Award-Winning Jewish Sculptor to Speak at Beth Hillel

DOUBLE HELIX AT HEBREW UNIVERSITY JERUSALEM

 

Tuesday night, Feb 16 7:00pm 

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Richard Edelman’s major sculptural installations can be seen in Krakow, Poland and Jerusalem, Israel, Aspen, Colorado as well as Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  For his body of work, Edelman has been awarded the Frank L. Weil Award for the Advancement of Jewish Culture in North America, sharing that honor with the likes of Leonard Bernstein, Isaac Bashevis Singer and Elie Wiesel.

A graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a double major of Engineering and Philosophy, Edelman’s current project is a series of five stainless steel sculptures at a fifteen-foot scale for the Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Israel Nanotechnology Center.

CYBERGLYPH AT BEN GURION UNIVERSITY OF THE NEGEV

 

Richard was born in Davenport, Iowa, his family moved to Milwaukee in 1959 where he is a resident. He is a graduate of Nicolet High School.

 

SHOFAR KRAKOW, KRAKOW POLAND


 

Learn to Play Mah Jong

*During this time of social isolation, the mahjong group is playing virtually on line with one another.  If you’re interested in joining a game, download the app REAL Mahj jongg. Contact Connie Covey or Esther Letven to receive directions on joining a group.


 

 

Mavens in Our Midst (BHT members with Expertise!)

Thursday, March 11, 7:00pm. How to conduct a seder with Rabbi Feingold.

Fri, January 22 2021 9 Sh'vat 5781