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Many of us often reminisce about the old days, when our parents (in our case, our fathers) would routinely get together with their friends and neighbors over breakfast, to schmooze and in many cases, to share bad Jewish jokes. We hope to capture a bit of that vibe today, as well as providing an ideal way to meet and connect with others within the temple community.

Jon Strauss and Phil Goldman will begin by collecting a master list of men that are interested in taking part, hoping to span the temple’s broadest range in terms of geography, age, and interests. Using that list, they will periodically (every 2-3 mos.) create and send out a listing of multiple, random “small groups” having 5 or 6 guys each. The first named guy in each group will take the lead on organizing their respective group over that period, finding a time and place to have a breakfast, lunch, or even an afternoon beer or evening scotch. The specifics of each (one time only) gathering will be up to the group, and will be “dutch treat”, with no required timing or location, and no obligation or agenda other than to have fun, and get to know each other.

The following 2-3 month period will have new groups, new gatherings, and quite likely, the same old jokes.

Upcoming Group Events

There are currently no events scheduled. Please check back for updates.

Past Group Events

    Noshing Breakfast

    Sun November 10, 2019 at 9:00 am - 11:00 am

    Breakfast – 9 am Louisiana Cafe, Selby & Dale

    Call or email Phil Goldman for further details if you would like to join us.

    Beer and brats

    Sun November 10, 2019 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Beer and brats – 6 pm Waldmann Brewery & Wurstery, 445 Smith Ave, St Paul

    Call or email Phil Goldman for further details if you would like to join us.

Interested in joining this group? Contact the Group Leader.

Write to group leader Phil Goldman and Jon Strauss to ask questions, get involved, join the group, suggest an event, or something else!


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