Kol Shalom "Silver Anniversary Fete"
Oct
21
4:00 PM16:00

Kol Shalom "Silver Anniversary Fete"

Kol Shalom is  celebrating it's Silver 25th Anniversary.  And you’re invited! Our quarter century mark is a milestone for all of us, and we are asking all members to participate in the festivities.  

We will party with food, drink, music by the Dusty Boys featuring “Dusty” Walt Hellman,  and special events.  Lagunitas brews it's own beer, so you can enjoy flight tasting or sample by the glass.  One flight or one glass of beer or wine will be complimentary, and food as well as other beverages will be provided.  

We Welcome All - members, non members and guests to join us as we Celebrate.

Tickets: $25 (for 25 (years).

Your can send in your reservations here by completing and submitting the form below for payments to be made at the door (cash or check only). Or you can RSVP and pay with a credit card at the same time online .

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Nov
30
7:00 PM19:00

Shabbat- KS Community Room

The nights are getting longer.  Let’s light the shabbat candles together and bask in the warmth of friendship and community at Kol Shalom.  The service starts at 7 PM followed by an oneg.  If you can, please bring a tasty item for the oneg, when we will munch and schmooze.  I hope to see you there.

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Dec
9
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Forum with Bob Liebman - KS Community Room

Bob Liebman from PSU will be returning to Kol Shalom to show a Jewish themed movie, followed by a discussion.  You won’t want to miss it; over the years Bob has been a favorite presenter and discussion leader at Kol Shalom.  The movie will have a social justice theme, which will be so appropriate since the following day is Human Rights Day. 

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Sep
20
7:00 PM19:00

Humanistic Judaism Study Group - KS Community Room

After the serious holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur comes the joyful celebration of the fall harvest of Sukkot. It is traditional to build the sukkah, a small hut with openings to the sky, and fill it with fall flowers, fruit and vegetables. It is also traditional to invite ushpizin which is Aramaic for guests. You may invite historical figures or other important people you admire in order to honor them and appreciate their contributions. Of course, you may invite your real and tangible friends and family to share in the fall bounty.

 You are invited to the Humanistic Judaism Study Group to watch the humorous efforts of a couple who are doing their best to honor the traditions of Sukkot. What could go wrong? Please join us to learn how this couple rises to the challenge of remaining true to the joyful traditions of Sukkot.

There is no registration and no fee.

We look forward to your participation!

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Sep
19
4:00 PM16:00

Yom Kippur - WHUUF

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A interactive  and moving service incorporating the wonderful, haunting Kol Nidre, sung by cantorial soloist David Maier and then performed by cellist Jerry Bobbe.  Join us for a pre-service discussion at 3:00 pm.

A potluck dinner Break-Fast to follow service. All are Welcome.

Reservations suggested, but not required. Registration form here or
Reserve online

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Sep
18
6:00 AM06:00

Happy Chai Day -

Today, September 18, 2018, Chai Day, get High.  Experience life's natural Highs. 
*Laugh so hard your face hurts

*A Hot Shower or bubble bath

*Hot towels fresh out of the dryer

* Sing in the shower

* Wear a funky hat

* Swing on a swing

*Re read one of your favorite books

* Listen to your favorite tunes and dance and sing (don't worry about who hears and sees you)

*Eat  your favorite comfort food (mac & cheese, pizza, ice cream, grilled cheese sandwiches with tomato soup)

*Fall in Love

*Dream

*Hold hands with someone

*Walk, skip, jump


*Watch the sunset

*Hug

Have a great Chai Day!

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Sep
9
7:00 PM19:00

Erev Rosh Hashanah - WHUUF

  • West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 A Unique High Holiday Experience.  A human-centered, inspiring ceremony which reflects the great Jewish traditions and offers a meaningful alternative for all Jews and intercultural families.  All are Welcome....  Oneg to follow service.  

Join us for a pre-service discussion at 6:00 pm.

Reservations suggested, but not required.

See registration form here or register online
 

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