Book Club Voting
Please vote for the next book that we will read for our bookclub. Voting will be due by 5pm on Friday, October 6th.
PLEASE ONLY VOTE IF YOU WILL MAKE AN EFFORT TO READ THE
BOOK AND ATTEND THE BOOKCLUB BRUNCH.
Vote on this FORM:
And here are the reading options:
"Second Person Singular" by Sayed Kashua (352 pages)
"The Underground Railroad" by Colson Whitehead (432 pages)
"The Nimrod Flipout: Stories" by Etgar Keret (167 pages)
"The Angel of Losses" by Stephanie Feldman (304 pages)
"The Finkler Question" by Howard Jacobson (320 pages)
Questions? Post em on the Facebook event page!
October Shabbat Potluck
If you would like to host a future Shabbat Potluck
or lead a service, please contact Brian Mawyer.
* Ally Tash will be hosting a pre-Simchat Torah Dinner on Thursday October 12. They will then walk to services at ACI at 7pm. Kindly RSVP to Ally for the address.
* The 20s/30s group at Shaaray Tefila called CHILL (Community • Heart • Identity • Laid-back • L'Chaim!) is going to be attending Shabbat services at Shaaray Tefila (79th and 2nd) on Friday, Oct. 13 at 6:15pm, then having a vegetarian potluck in the synagogue downstairs afterwards. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, Oct. 5 at 5pm, and then they will send out the sign-up sheet. Please note that this is for 20s/30s only.
High Holiday Services
If you would like to attend High Holiday services locally, you've come to the right place! We've put together this handy list of free & discounted options HERE. If you have one for us to add, email Brian Mawyer!
Book Club Brunch: NEW DATE & TIME!!
The people have spoken! The winner for the next Book Club book is My Jesus Year: A Rabbi’s Wanders the Bible Belt in Search of His Own Faith by Benjamin Cohen. The next Book Club brunch will be on Sunday September 24 at 6:30PM at Jonah Schrogin's apartment. RSVP to Jonah if you'd like to join us. Fell free to share your thoughts on the Facebook page.
Hey Wandering Jew-Jew! Let's have a pic-a-nic!
Come join us on Sunday, October 8th at 1pm as we have an outdoor potluck picnic on Roosevelt Island in honor of Sukkot! There will be two contingents that you can join to get to Roosevelt Island - a ferry contingent, which will be taking the new Astoria ferry, or a biking contingent, which will bike over the small bridge down 36th ave. (Of course, you can always walk or take the subway. However, we are not to be held responsible if Ranger Smith finds you and yells at you.)
As always our potlucks are pareve/vegetarian only. If possible, bring a dish that reminds you of the High Holiday season. In addition to apples, HERE'S a nifty list of symbolic food and recipe suggestions! Rain location TBD.
Email Jenna Win-Herzog to let us know which contingent you'll join, and to get the sign up sheet.
SAVE THE DATE! OCTOBER SHABBAT POTLUCK
Once you've recovered from all the upcoming Jewish holidays, join us for our next Shabbat Potluck! Save the date: October 27 at the home of Mor Mezrich!
On Friday, 9/29 Ally Tash will host a small pre-fast meal at 5:30pm and then walk as a group for Yom Kippur services at Ohel Ayalah. She will also be hosting a pre-Simchat Torah Dinner on Thursday October 12. Kindly RSVP to Ally for the address.
Shabbat at the Paper Factory