Weekend Activities at BCC: June 27-29, 2014
Friday, June 27, 8pm: Ruach Chayim Musical Shabbat Service. Join Rabbi Lisa Edwards and Cantor Juval Porat, drash by Nate Looney and special guests: percussionist, Marla Leigh Goldstein and pianist, Matthew L. Cohen (get to know Matthew here)+ Aufruf for Nate Looney & Amira Hasenbush. Services are followed by a social hour of refreshments sponsored by Nate Looney & Amira Hasenbush in honor of their wedding. New friends are welcome!
For our friends outside Los Angeles: Friday Shabbat Services will be live streamed. After services join us for Oneg refreshments. Click the “Worship” tab above, on the roll down menu choose “BCC Live Video & Audio” to view the stream. Find out how you can participate in the service from your computer at home!
Friday, June 27 at 10pm/ Saturday, June 28 at 2pm: Small Parts. Richard Tanner’s highly acclaimed hilarious and heartwarming show “small PARTS” will be playing at the Hollywood Fringe Festival for only six performances throughout June at The Lounge Theater (6201 Santa Monica Blvd near Vine), and when anyone buys a ticket online and uses the code BCC5 or mentions BCC5 when buying the ticket at the box office and $5 of the $11.99 ticket price will go back to Beth Chayim Chadashim! Read more>>
Saturday, June 28 at 4pm: “Dear ONE: Love & Longing in Mid-Century Queer America.” Come and show your support in our member Zsa Zsa Gershick, who adapted and directed the Dramatic Reading. Read more>>
Sunday, June 29 at 10am: BCC Books & Bagels. Join the BCC Book group to discuss An Officer and a Spy, by Robert Harris. A historical novel and spy thriller based on the Dreyfus affair in France and its impact on the Jewish community and the French military. The group meets in private homes and space is limited. To reserve a seat, contact Larry at email@example.com. More about this month’s book
Sunday, June 29 at 4pm-5pm: Issues of Chronic Pain Patients and their Caregivers. Topic : the effects of chronic pain & long term illness & the caregivers role. Join Sarah Trutt and Evelyn Poplawski in the BCC Library.