The NCJW, West Morris Section Personal Giving Thank-You Brunch is going to the dogs! Morristown Medical Center’s Soothing Paws™ Pet Therapy representatives Peggy Grow, together with her dog Lilly, and Elizabeth Siccone, with her dog Cid, will give an informative presentation about this wonderful program on Sunday morning, June 14, at 10 a.m., at a private home in Denville. The NCJW, West Morris Personal Giving campaign is coordinated by Dorothy Cohen of Denville and Anne Gorman of Rockaway.
Rabbi Mark Biller, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Ahm in Verona, will lead a provocative, free, two-part series titled “The Modern Employment Test: And Judaism Is the Applicant,” on Tuesdays, June 9 and 16, at noon, at the Morris County Library, 30 E. Hanover Ave., in Whippany. The series is coordinated by National Council of Jewish Women, West Morris Section’s Our Jewish World, chaired by Ellen Nesson and Melanie Levitan, both of Morristown.
Looking for ways to make kosher dishes with fewer calories but just as tasty as the originals? Want to re-create dishes your grandmother made, but with a 21st-century twist? Then come to the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), West Morris Section’s “Kosher Lite” cooking class. The class will be held on Sunday, June 7, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the Village Food Garden Culinary Center at the ShopRite of Greater Morristown, West Hanover Avenue (across from Mennen Arena). Continue reading
Do you Haibun? Gail Fishman Gerwin of Morristown does.
With Gerwin, a published poet, leading the way, members and prospective members of NCJW, West Morris Section will take part in a free poetry workshop, looking at examples of this form–prose poetry (sometimes stanza poetry but mostly prose), combined with Haiku–on Thursday, May 21, at 1:30 p.m., at Panera, Shoppes at Union Hill, Route 10 West, Denville.
Paula Span, the New York Times “New Old Age” columnist, will give a special presentation titled “The Years Ahead: Caring for Yourself and Your Loved Ones—Wellness, Purpose and What Keeps Us Going,” on Sunday, May 3, at 10 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom, 40-25 Fair Lawn Ave., in Fair Lawn. The breakfast gathering is sponsored by Jewish Family Service of North Jersey’s Sam & Nina Wolff Caregiver Support Center, in memory of George Wolff.