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  • Amiel BaKehila – Bnei Menashe – Sat Night, Nov 16

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    Havdalah, Melave Malka (post-Shabbat celebration, with Indian treats) & Photo Presentation by Laura Ben-David – “Lost & Hidden Jewish Communities: The Bnei Menashe”
    Take a virtual journey with the Bnei Menashe, an exotic group of Jews from a remote region in India. Be inspired by the incredible odyssey that culminates in their Aliyah to Israel. A multimedia presentation with beautiful photographs and personal anecdotes that bring the experience to life.

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing.

    Non-members: $10/each (suggested donation)

  • Amiel BaKehila – Coffee with SFMEW

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    “The Religious Nature of Jerusalem – The Struggle for the Soul of the Holy City”
    Cohosted by SFMEW
    Speakers:

    Amiel BaKehila, Rabbi Reuven Spolter

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    “Cyber Warfare as a New Field of Conflict”
    Cohosted by SFMEW
    Speakers:

    Amiel BaKehila, Yael Elbaz

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing. Non-members: $18/each (suggested donation)

  • Amiel BaKehila – Falafel Dinner & Meet the Delegates

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    66:30
    Israeli Dinner
    Featuring pita, falafel, tahini, and Israeli Salad
    6:307
    Rabbi Spolter
    “New Trends in Modern Israeli Music: The Influence of Judaism on Israeli Culture”
    77:30
    CJ Glass
    “A Musician’s Move to Southern Israel”
    88:30
    Yael Elbaz
    “What’s It Like to Serve in an Intelligence Unit in the IDF?”

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing. Non-members: $18/each (suggested donation)

  • Amiel BaKehila – Shabbat Dinner, March 27

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    POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

    Uplifting musical Kabbalat Shabbat Services are followed by a beautiful and delicious Community Shabbat Dinner, featuring a discussion with Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider, “Passover: The Night that Unites”.

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing. Non-members: $18/each (suggested donation)

  • Amiel BaKehila – Shabbat Dinner, November 15

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    Community Shabbat Dinner & Dessert Lecture with Laura Ben-David: “CONFESSIONS OF A NUANCED SETTLER” Find out why an open-minded American immigrant to Israel chose to make her home in a ‘settlement’ in Judea. Hear some rather surprising – and entertaining – stories, anecdotes and opinions about her experiences with Israelis and Palestinians through the prism of life in Israel as a ‘settler’.

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing.

    Non-members: $18/each (suggested donation)

  • Amiel BaKehila – Shabbat Lunch, March 28

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    POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

    Community Shabbat Lunch & Discussion with Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider, “Lean On Me: How, When and Why (at the Passover Seder)”

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing.

    Non-members: $10/each (suggested donation).

  • Amiel BaKehila – Shabbat Lunch, November 16

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    Community Shabbat Lunch & Discussion with Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider, “The Menorah: From Temple Times to Today”

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing.

    Non-members: $10/each (suggested donation)

  • Brunch with Charles Silver

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    Historical records reveal that less than 1 % of one million Polish Jewish children survived the Holocaust. Charles Silver, born in 1942 in the Radom, Poland ghetto, is one of these lucky children.

    Hear his and his family’s story during a brunch at KBR on Sunday, August 4, 11am. Sponsored by Barry Schrager & Audrey Goldings.

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing.

    Non-members: $10/each (suggested donation)

  • Community Second Seder

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    Join Rabbi & Rabinessa Kelman for a Meaningful, Song-Filled Seder. Thursday Night, April 9: Evening Services, 8pm Seder Begins Promptly Afterward
    $54/Adult, Students & Children join for FREE! Bring a friend! After your first ticket, additional adult tickets, 1/2 price. Space is limited — RSVP soon to secure your seats! Co-Sponsorships ($180) include admission for 2 adults.

  • Jewish Book Club

    Please RSVP so that we know you are coming, and so we can give you the location and any other information.

    Sunday, December 22, 11am

    At the home of Rabbi & Rabinessa Kelman

    The Arrogant Years: One Girl’s Search for Her Lost Youth, from Cairo to Brooklyn
    by Lucette Lagnado

    Purchase at smile.Amazon.com and designate Kol BeRamah to benefit from your purchase!

  • Making French Macarons with Chef Yahav Kriti

    $12.00

    Saturday Night, March 28, 8pm 
    POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

    A fun and delicious opportunity to learn how to make elegant French macarons in your own kitchen!

  • Rosh HaShanah Community Dinner

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    Sunday, September 29, 6:30pm
    Free for: Friends of KBR, Children & Students!
    Non-Member Suggested Donation: $36/person, $54/two people.

    Please indicate how many seats you are reserving, so can we make sure there is plenty of food!

  • Rosh HaShanah Community Dinner (Members, Students, and Kids)

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    Free for Friends of KBR!
    Suggested Donation: $36/one person, $54/two people.
    Kids & Students are Free.

  • Rosh HaShanah Community Dinner (Non-member)

    $36.00

    Free for Friends of KBR!
    Suggested Donation: $36/one person, $54/two people.
    Kids & Students are Free.

  • Shavuot in Spain!

    Suggested: $18.00
    As we celebrate the giving of the Torah this Shavuot, please join us for a special

    Shavuot Afternoon Learning Program

    Sunday, June 9 – Please RSVP!

    Celebrate Shavuot with the cuisine and the Torah of the Jewish communities of Spain. Come enjoy a delicious dairy lunch featuring pre-Inquisition traditional Renaissance Spanish delicacies. Stay for the dessert buffet & our Annual Shavuot Afternoon Learning Program on topics inspired by Jewish Spain and the Torah scholars who lived there.

    Shavuot Morning Services, including the reading of Megillat Rut (The Book of Ruth), begin at 9am on Sunday, June 9.

    Lunch Menu

    • Mayor González’ Panezicos (Bread Rolls)
    • Aceitunas (Olives)
    • Manjarejos de Ajos (Garlic Snacks)
    • Juana Núñez’ Lechugas y Rábanos(Lettuce & Radish Salad)
    • Pedro de la Caballeria’s Huevos Haminados (Vermilioned Eggs)
    • Catalina de Teva’s Cazuela de Berenjenas Rellenas (Stuffed Eggplants)
    • Diego García Costello’s Wife’s Empanada de Pescado (Fish in Pastry)
    • Mayor Gonzalez’ Cazuela de Huevos y Zanahorias (Egg & Carrot Dish)
    • Aldonza Lainez’ Olla de Nabos con Queso (Turnip & Cheese Dish)
    • Marquesa Badia’s Faves Tenres(Tender Beans)
    Afternoon Learning Program

    • Naomi Israel – “Exposed by an Eggplant”: A Culinary History of Spanish Jewry, during Lunch
    • Introduction & Brief Overview of Spanish Jewry & Torah Sages –Rabbi Ron, 1:30
    • My Jewish Ancestries – Oswald Baca, 1:45
    • A Kabbalist’s Introduction to Pshat– Daniel Israel, 2:30
    • Space, Time, Soul & The Festivals – Jay Taffel, 3:15
    • A Bit of Chassidus from the Izhbitzer Rebbe – Len Goodman, 4:00
    • Superstitions in Judaism – Perspectives from the Spanish Sages  – Rabbi Ron, 4:45

     

  • The New Israeli Cuisine: A Fusion of Flavors – 10am Session

    $12.00

    Friday, March 27, 10am – $12 in advance, $15 at the door

    POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS
    Chef Kriti discusses how Jews from Arab lands brought their dishes and flavors to Israel and influenced a new international Israeli cuisine. Co-sponsored by the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival