It is kind of a quiet week in regards to events in the greater community. But there are lots of upcoming events to get on your calendar. Get out, meet new people, and support our greater Jewish and Interfaith communities.
Music of Remembrance
World Premiere Screening
The Boys of Terezín, a documentary.
SUNDAY October 30, 2011, 2:30 p.m.
Plestcheef Auditorium, Seattle Art Museum
Admission is $18 in advance or $25 at the door (buy tickets online), but Music of Rememberance is inviting the first 100 high school students (register with your name and email address here) to see the film for free.
Going. Going! GONE? – – Conversations about the Nature of Life and Death
Hosted by Bastyr University’s Center for Spirituality, Science and Medicine, Seattle, WA
November 3 and November 17
Dying is the No. 2 fear of Americans, public speaking is No. 1. Of course, you can always avoid the latter. However, in this three-part series, host and fearless public speaker Warren Etheredge will tackle both phobias, inviting three fellow mortals – a seeker, a physician and a spiritual leader – to join him on stage for three separate, frank, funny and enlightening conversations about the nature of our existence and a better understanding of our alleged ends.
One God, Three Faiths – Building Community Through Prayer
November 4 & December 5
Join the Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center for an opportunity to participate in prayer and learn about the Muslim, Jewish and Christian traditions, explore sacred space and share community.
Tastes and Treats of Food and Theater –
Washington State Jewish Historical Society
Sunday, November 6th, 2-4:30 p.m.
$36 per person
$18 for ages 30 and under
Come celebrate the launch of Yesterday’s Mavens, Today’s Foodies: Traditions in Northwest Jewish Kitchens, WSJHS very own Washington State Jewish Historical Cookbook. Enjoy a presentation by the new Seattle Jewish Theater Company while sampling Jewish foods and perusing storyboards from our award-winning exhibit, Who’s Minding the Store?
Music of Remembrance – 2011-2012 Season
Fall Concert: “What A Life”
Featuring a musical revue created in a British internment camp, and works by émigré composers to Britain.
Monday, November 7th, 2011 at 7:30 PM – Benaroya Hall
1,000 Mitzvahs: How Small Acts of Kindness Can Heal, Inspire, and Change Your Life
Jewish Family Service
Sunday, November 13, 2:00 p.m.
Held at Elliott Bay Books
1521 Tenth Avenue, Seattle