Chizuk Amuno Congregation in Pikesville will present Luv 2 Learn, an afternoon of learning for members and nonmembers ages 14 and up on Sunday, May 18 from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The event, which includes 28 different half-hour workshops taught by members of the synagogue community from Jewish topics such as “Ten Yiddish Words You Should Know,” “In My Zafta’s Kitchen: An Israeli-American Educator and Food Blogger Shares Her Secrets” and “On the Front Lines in the Yom Kippur War” to secular topics such as “Global Climate Change and the World to Come,” “Reply All … And Other Ways to Tank Your Career,” and “You Can Dance at Any Age!” offers something for everyone. Participants may attend up to three workshops of their choosing.
Chaired by Howard Cohen and Marsha Manekin and staffed by Rabbi Paul D. Schneider, director of congregational life at Chizuk Amuno, the event commences with a wine-and-cheese reception, where workshop-goers can enjoy more conversation.
“We wanted a day of learning that would appeal to a wide array of interests and ages — something that would be lots of fun and would bring our community together,” said Schneider. “Within our community, we have a wealth of resources — professionals, hobbyists and knowledgeable individuals. We called on them to bring their passions to our event.”
For more information and to register, visit chizukamuno.org.