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Saturday, January 11, 2014
Pajama Havdallah at Beth Tfiloh

Wear your PJs and slippers as we bid Shabbat goodbye!

Program includes:
• Musical and glow-in-the-dark havdallah
• Shema pillowcase craft
• Special bedtime snack

Cost: $10/family

Meet in the Tuvin Library


For more information, contact Rachel Plotkin at 410-413-2451, rplotkin@btfiloh.org

Saturday, January 11, 2014
Jewish Film Festival: The Band’s Visit

Lights, camera, action! Sit back and enjoy Saturday night at the movies with your friends at Beth Israel. Admission: $5 at the door. Snacks available for purchase.
The Band’s Visit:  When the Ceremonial Police Band of Alexandria, Egypt, journeys to a gig in Israel, they can hardly anticipate getting stuck in a rut. But upon arrival at the Israeli airport, their hosts and transportation fail to show. So begins first-time director Eran Kolirin’s fish-out-of-water comedy. Licensed through Sony Picture Classics.

Saturday, January 11, 2014
Singer/songwriter Chris Ayer w/ellen cherry

Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Chris Ayer will perform on Saturday night, January 11, 2014 at Eutaw Place. Charm City treasure ellen cherry opens at 8 pm. Doors open at 7:30 pm.

Growing up in Virginia, Chris Ayer got his start singing along to tapes of Elvis and Paul Simon on car rides. In the last few years, Ayer has played over 600 shows in the US, UK & Europe, and released 4 EPs, 2 full-length albums, and a live CD.  Beyond strictly folk music, elements of pop, rock, roots & soul influence his sound. He is currently finishing up his third full-length album—the first he’s producing— called “The Noise.”

Emmy nominated singer/songwriter
ellen cherry (lowercase letters intentional!) is a full-time touring and working performer based in Baltimore, MD. In 2012, ellen released her newest and most intimate work yet, a piano-based album produced by Caleb Stine, entitled “Please Don’t Sell the Piano”. Throughout 2012, ellen was a Strathmore Artist-in-Residence and co-founded MOBTOWNmoon, a new collaborative project for Baltimore musicians. In 2010, she wrote, recorded and performed a song for an Emmy nominated TV campaign and also composed the score for a shadow puppet piece entitled “Alonzo’s Lullaby”, which has been awarded the prestigious UNIMA Citation of Excellence. ellen tours nationally and internationally, charming audiences from house concerts to festivals.

At Eutaw Place, patrons can enjoy beer and wine supplied by Vineyards Elite, coffee by Baltimore’s High Grounds Coffee Roasters, and home baked cookies and other snacks.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased in advance online or at the door.

Located in the lower level of the historic Beth Am Synagogue in Baltimore’s Reservoir Hill neighborhood, Eutaw Place brings to Baltimore musicians at an affordable ticket price, in a comfortable atmosphere. Eutaw Place is located at 2501 Eutaw Place. There is free parking in the lot behind the Esplanade Apartments off of Eutaw Place. Additional information can be found at eutawplace.org.

Saturday, January 11, 2014
Square Dance at Moses Montefiore Anshe Emunah Congregation

“Swing Your Partner Dosey Doe”

Moses Montefiore’s annual square dance, featuring professional square dance caller Kenny Farris

The event is BYOB, snacks will be provided.

$15 for MMAE Social Club members, $18 for non-members

Checks can be made out to: MMAE Social Club, 7000 Rockland Hills Dr., Baltimore, MD 21209

For more information call Mary Begleiter at 410-486-2497 or Sheila Cohen at 443-676-8348

Sunday, January 12, 2014
Reading Your Way Through the Civil War, Part One: “America’s War” by Edward L. Ayers

Join us at the Myerberg Senior Center for the first of two Civil War related book discussions. This discussion will use Ayers’ anthology, America’s War: Talking About the Civil War and Emancipation on their 150th Anniversaries, to explore some of the key themes relating to the Civil War, including the debates over slavery, succession, emancipation and immigrant rights.

Register for this talk today, so you can have a good read ready for the cold winter months. Copies of the book are available and can be borrowed at no cost from the Museum. Register now with Trillion Attwood tattwood@jewishmuseummd.org or 410-732-6400 ext.215.

Conversation facilitator, John H. Matsui graduated from Princeton University. His current research focuses on conflicting political ideologies in Civil War America and their effect on Union military occupation policies in Virginia. His current post as Assistant Professor of History at the Virginia Military Institute (near the tombs of Robert E. Lee and “Stonewall” Jackson) is most ideal.

This is a Let’s Talk About It: Making Sense of the American Civil War partner program! Making Sense of the American Civil War, a reading and discussion series, is a project of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association. Additional support has been provided by the Maryland Humanities Council.

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