Co-sponsored by Congregation B’nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim Sisterhood and the Women of Mount Zion Temple.
Charles Troy Presents: A Three-Part Series on the Life of Irving Berlin
June 19, 7pm
1926-1934. Irving Berlin married and stopped writing, and then returned with the Broadway hit Easter Parade
July 10, 7pm
1935-1945. Berlin conquered Hollywood, and wrote god bless America and the beloved Christmas song, White Christmas
August 21, 7pm
1946-1989. Berlin’s big hits were There’s No Business Like Show Business & Annie Gun. The emergence of rock and roll ended his career.
Our evenings together will begin with a brief Havdalah Service. If you miss Part 1, please know that Part 2 begins with a summary of Part 1. These ZOOM programs will benefit the WRJ YES FUND. which trains future leaders of Reform Judaism by providing scholarships for rabbinical and cantorial students, supporting youth and social justice, and strengthening the Movement in Israel and the world.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. $25 per household for the series of three Saturday evening programs 6/19, 7/10, & 8/21.
Register online at: https://bjbe.shulcloud.com/form/senior-schmooze-events-summer-2021.html