April Trivia Night
Join Wandering Jews on Tuesday, April 2nd, for Trivia Night at Queens Room (36-02 Ditmars Blvd) at 7pm.
Please RSVP to Lane (firstname.lastname@example.org) so he can save you a seat. Trivia begins at 7pm so feel free to arrive a few minutes early. Check out the Facebook page here.
About to toss your chametz before Passover? Bring it instead to Wandering Jews of Astoria, for our next Shabbat potluck. We'll gather on Friday, April 5 at 7pm in the home of Meredith, our newest Wanderer! After spirited services, we'll share a chametz-filled vegetarian meal. E-mail Meredith to RSVP by April 3. On the spreadsheet, indicate which leavened foods you'll be bringing. And also please bring a couple of chairs if you can (and mark that on the spreadsheet). Check out the Facebook event too 🕍🙏🎶🍷🕯🕯🍽
The next book we will read for the Wandering Jews of Astoria Book Club is For Two Thousand Years by Mihail Sebastian.
Please join the Wandering Jews on Sunday, April 7 at 11:30am for a book discussion and a potluck brunch. For questions and to RSVP, please contact Jonah. Check out the Facebook page here.
Shmooze Newz: Maktuv*: An Evening of Islamic and Jewish Calligraphy
On Sunday, March 31, from 1:45-4:00 PM at the JCC Harlem, the Muslim-Jewish Solidarity Committee is hosting an interactive, hands-on workshop led by experiential educator and artist Ruben Shimonov. Explore the significance of Arabic in Islam and Hebrew in Judaism, as well as the close relationship between both Semitic languages. No background in Arabic or Hebrew calligraphy necessary. Please join the Wandering Jews in attending this workshop! For more information and to reserve your spot, visit their Facebook page here.