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At a Sunday breakfast in Nonantum, Rabbi Yaffe, who has just returned from a trip to Turkey, will report on the geo-political situation as viewed from Turkey.
Wonderful works for violin and piano are featured at a special Centennial Concert to benefit the historic Adams Street Shul, this Saturday night, March 9th, at 7:30 PM.
Everyone's invited to a gala celebration Saturday night. Wine, dessert, live music, and Historian Ellen Smith will present local history at the 100th birthday party of the Adams Street Shul.
Enjoy live music and dessert at the 100th birthday of Newton's historic Adams Street Shul. Barry Shrage will speak of the importance of Newton's oldest synagogue to the broader community.
The Adams Street Shul opened during Chanukah of 1912. 100 years later --- on Dec. 15, 2012 (the 8th night of Chanukah) --- the synagogue will host a gala event to celebrate its past and future.
Nonantum Village Day this Sunday!
(Includes historical exhibit about hundred-year-old shul.)
Father Walter Cuenin Returns to the Lake!
“Reconciling Torah and Science in the Twenty-First Century." This is the fourth lecture in the series: The Future of Judaism: In Celebration of the Centennial of the Adams Street Synagogue.
On Sunday, June 3rd, the Adams Street Shul will honor Father Walter Cuenin. We request the pleasure of your company at a gala cocktail reception in his honor.
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