Jewish Book Month
Scholastic Book Fair
Monday, November 6th- Friday, November 10th 10am- 5pm
Featuring Jewish interest books for kids and adults, and a Chanukah Boutique
“Sholom Aleichem Best Shtetl Tales”
Through Russian History and Jewish wisdom
Monday, November 13th, 2pm
Presenter: Prof. Kiv Karalitzky
Co-sponsored by Women’s Club
Open to the community
Family P.J. Library Book Reading Event
“Not This Turkey”
Wednesday, November 15th, 6pm
By Jessica Steinberg
Enjoy a Book Reading, Supper & a Craft
Fee: SYJCC Members $18
Special Film Screening
“Song of Songs”
Ukraine, 2015 Directed by Eve Neymann
Tuesday, November 14th, 7pm
Sholem Aleichem, shtetl stories come alive with Shimek and Buzya. She is a princess and he is a prince. They live in the same yard, in neighboring palaces. What Buzya really means to him, Shimek begins to understand only years later when, far away from home, he receives the news that Buzya is about to be married off.
Film, Russian Dinner & Cultural Event:
SYJCC Member: $28 • Non-Members: $34 (Reservation Required)
SYJCC Member: $12 Children: $6 • Non-Members: $13 Children: $7
Lifelong Learning Lecture Series
“90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet”
Friday, November 17, 10:30am
Guest Speaker : Felice Cohen
Limited Space – Pre-registration for lecture and lunch by October 28
SYJCC Members & Chai Members: $8 • Non-Members: $12
Monday, November 20, 2pm
Author Presenter: Dr. Norman Fried, Author of “Every Day I Bless You” & “The Angel Letters
Co- Sponsored by Men’s Club
Free to the Community
2017 Book Club
Tuesday, November 21, 7pm
Author: Ronald H. Balson
In the tradition of The Nightingale, Sarah’s Key, and Lilac Girls, comes a saga inspired by true events of a Holocaust survivor’s quest to return to Poland and fulfill a promise, from Ronald H. Balson, author of the international bestseller Once We Were Brothers.
Coffee & Tea Served
Free to the Community
Monday, November 27th, 2pm
Author Talia Carner writes a thought-provoking novel that tells the riveting story of a daughter of Holocaust survivors who travels to Russia on business shortly after the fall of communism and finds herself embroiled in a perilous mafia conspiracy that could irrevocably destroy her life.
Russian Tea House
Enjoy Russian delicacies
Co-Sponsored by Women’s Club
Opened to the community.
SYJCC Members $6/Non- Members $8
“Loose Ends” & “Death and Diamonds”
Tuesday, November 28th, 7pm
Sasha Perlov mystery series about Russian born Jewish Police detective in south Brooklyn, NY.
Author Presenter: Anastasia Goodman
Co- sponsored by Couples Club
Light refreshments will be served.
Open and free to the community.
Tina Block, Director of Adult Services • (631) 462-9800 x121
Bat-Sheva Slavin, The Center for Jewish Living • (631) 462-9800 x140