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Book Club:Tuesday, October 27, 7-9 pm
We have a special guest joining us for this upcoming book club -- Lev Golinkin, the author!
His memoir captures what it felt like for him to leave the Soviet Union decades ago and become a refugee in the United States. It’s lighthearted and heartwarming. He ties it into his understanding of all refugees facing the similar circumstances. Recommended by Joy.
There’s still time to read the book before the meeting on Oct 27th, 7pm.  This meeting is open to all, so please feel free to invite your friends and family.  It’s a special honor to have Lev with us. Gather your questions to pose to the author!
Lev will also share his more recent focus - writing articles on issues of our day including White Supremacy and anti-semitism.  Google him for links to his articles in the Washington Post.
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Fall and 2021 Book Club Dates:
Tuesday, October 27
Wednesday, December 16
Wednesday, February 3, 2021 
Tuesday, March 10, 2021
Wednesday, May 12, 2021 

Kristallnacht Commemoration
Sunday, November 8, 3:30

Join Rabbi Gelber and Cantor Halev for a moving service to commemorate Kristallnacht, followed by an inspiring talk by Toby Levy, a Holocaust survivor, who came to this country as a child. 
Click here to register. 

When We Turned Within, Volume 2 features writing by 107 contributors from around the world - Rabbi Lisa Gelber and Malkie Grozalsky among them. Co-edited by Rabbi Menachem Creditor and Sarah Tuttle-Singer, the paperback is available here and the Kindle version is available here.

Proceeds from book sales go to UJA-Federation of NY for COVID relief efforts.

Some of Rabbi Gelber's weekly writings to the Habonim community are included in the first volume of When We Turned Within: Reflections of COVID-19. 

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