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Join us for the Saratoga Jewish Community Arts...

Open to the Public - A series of fun and family-friendly events!

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A 2019 biographical drama, written and directed by Jonathan Jakubowicz, a Venezuelan filmmaker of PolishJewish descent. Inspired by the life of Marcel Marceau, originally Marcel Mangel, an aspiring Jewish actor, the 20th century’s only universally beloved mime, who began working in the French Resistance as a young teen and helped save the lives of thousands of children orphaned at the hands of the Nazis.

FABRIC MEMOIRS - December 3, 2023 from 2 - 4pm at Temple Sinai

Gifted artist Susan Rivers invites you to capture memories and tell your story in a hands-on workshop. Learn techniques for printing photographs on fabric and re-purposing clothing for inclusion in fiber art pieces.

SONGS OF LIGHT AND HOPE: A CHANUKAH CONCERT & SING-ALONG - December 9, 2023 at 7pm (Congregation Beth Shalom)

Join us as we celebrate the Festival of Lights with an uplifting and joyous evening of song. Rabbi Jonathan Kligler will lead us on guitar, joined by Rabbi Zoe Zak on accordion and keyboard, and Robert Bard on stand-up bass. We will begin with a beautiful and melodic Havdalah ceremony, a celebration of the senses that marks the end of the Sabbath. We will then light the Chanukah candles and enjoy Chanukah melodies from around the world, along with other inspiring songs both in Hebrew and in English.

A PANEL DISCUSSION OF THE QUARREL - December 19, 2023 at 7pm (on zoom)

A film taking place in Montreal 1948, where a chance reunion of two Holocaust survivors, one a deeply religious man, the other a skeptical journalist who has turned his back on God, leads to a searing examination of good and evil. One reveals that he lost his wife and sons, the other divulges he too lost his relatives in warfare and is the only surviving member. The tremendous agony they have suffered has left a rage fuming within both of them and manifests itself in their harsh words. The film takes an intimate view of friendship to attempt to understand what links two individuals.

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