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Tuesday, October 8, 2013 - Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Baltimore Happiness Club
The Baltimore Happiness Club (BHC), a drop-in support group for anyone who wishes to increase their level of happiness, has been meeting weekly for 1.5 years.
BHC is based on Gateway to Happiness, by Rabbi Zelig Pliskin, and on the premise that happiness is a skill that can be learned. Whereas some people are “born happy,” most of us are not always naturally happy, but we can learn to be.
BHC is an interactive, lively group that uses Rabbi Pliskin and other happiness teachers as sources. Through simple exercises, discussion, and sharing real-life situations, we learn to increase and improve our happiness skills and equip ourselves to be more resilient and, through taking charge of our happiness, to take charge of our lives.
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Baltimore Personal Aliyah Planning Meetings

Baltimore Personal Aliyah Planning Meetings


Nefesh B’Nefesh will arrange Aliyah Planning meetings for the Baltimore, MD area, hosted by Avi Silverman, on Wednesday, October 9th from 8am-2pm. The pre-Aliyah counseling meetings are available with Nefesh B’Nefesh Staff by appointment only.


Wednesday, October 09, 2013
8:00AM- 2:00PM

Hosted by Avi Silverman


Personal Pre-Aliyah Counseling meetings are available with the Nefesh B’Nefesh staff by appointment only. If you appear without an appointment we will not be able to meet with you.

The meetings will be open for Registration on September 15. Please follow this link to register for the event: http://www.nbn.org.il/jnbncal/main/2/5195



Baltimore Zionist District
3655-B Old Court Road, Suite 24
Baltimore, MD 21208 

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Pikesville Chamber Annual Update and Board Installation

Ruth’s Chris  - Pikesville

1777 Reisterstown Road


Kosher meal available upon request

$25 Members

$30 Future Members and Guests 

Click here to register 

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
“God’s Fiddler: Jascha Heifetz” at Cinefest

USA (2011) Doc. 88 min.

Not since Paganini had there been such a magician on the violin. Jascha Heifetz was the first truly modern virtuoso, a man about whom Itzhak Perlman said, ‘When I spoke with him, I can’t believe, I’m talking to God.” Heifetz was a legendary but mysterious figure whose story embodies the dual nature of artistic genius: the paradox of how a mortal man lives with immortal gifts – gifts he must honor, but which extract a life-long price. Are the man and the artist the same person? What is the price each pays? And who was the man behind the music?

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
“Jewish Editors Walking the Tightrope”

Jewish Editors Walking the Tightrope”

Former Baltimorean Gary Rosenblatt of the New York Jewish Week and Phil Jacobs, formerly of the Baltimore Jewish Times and Washington Jewish Week, discuss the difficult balance between reporting truth and protecting a community’s welfare. Wednesday, October 9 at 7:30pm, Beth Tfiloh’s Rosen Arts Center, 3300 Old Court Road (use the High School entrance).  Phone: 410 413-2321

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