PROGRAM AND EDUCATION
Ilene Nolish, Vice President
Art Bio Lecture: Norman Rockwell
Few people really know very much about the man who tells stories in his paintings. He has been so many contrasting things: a city boy, a country gentleman, a high school dropout, devoted family man, bon vivant swinger, international playboy and a recluse. "People like to think that Rockwell painted Middle America. The truth is, Norman Rockwell invented Middle America." He invites the viewer to chuckle, sigh, and react. He entertains and provokes our imagination.
Join us for a fascinating lecture and slide presentation by Felicia Zavarella Stadelman.
Location: Beachwood Cleveland Clinic Medical Bldg - 26900 Cedar Rd. (Complimentary Valet parking is available at the Cedar Rd. entrance - please tip generously)
Date: Tuesday, October 14
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Cost: $10 members $15 nonmembers after October 7
RSVP: NCJW Office, Suzanne Troll 216 -378-2204 Ext. 101
Reservations are required. Space is limited
Chairs: Ethel Schultz, Ellen Young and Laurie Biales
The Goldfinch is the September Selection
Books are for sharing- join the NCJW Book Group!
Book Group resumes Thursday, September 4, 1-2 p.m. at the Beachwood Library with a discussion of The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt.
The group meets on the first Thursday of every month from September - June at the Beachwood Library. Lively discussions, led by moderator Amy Rosenfield, will deepen appreciation of current literature. Open to NCJW/Cleveland members only and free of charge with an optional $5 donation for the moderator fees. Members may bring a lunch and socialize prior to the discussion.
Future dates and book selections:
October 2 - The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
November 6 - Snow Hunters by Paul Yoon
December 4 - Clever Girl by Tessa Hadley
January 8 - The Good Lord Bird by James McBride
To join, please send your current email address to email@example.com. I'm looking forward to seeing new faces and welcoming back veterans in September.
Chair: Susan Kahn
Case Western Reserve Mini Series
Topic: Building The Jewish State: Israel in the 1950's
The young state of Israel faced major challenges and successes during its first decade of statehood. The course will focus on internal dynamics during this period, examining the political, social and cultural difficulties.
Lecturer: Dr. Brian Amkraut
Dates: November 11 - December 2
4 Tuesdays: 7 - 9 pm
Location: Siegal College of Jewish Studies
RSVP: Siegal College of Jewish Studies : Sheryl Hirsh 216-368-2091
Chair: Carole Faiman
The Musical Theater Project - TMTP
The Song Is You!
TMTP is offering discount tickets to NCJW/Cleveland members for upcoming performances for the 2014-15 year.
September - October Programs
"Babes In Arms"
Date: September 18 at 8 pm
Location: Beck Center for the Arts
Cost for NCJW members: $22
Date: September 21 at 2:00 pm at Kent State Univ., Stump Theater.
Cost for NCJW members: $12
Ethel Merman: "Loud but Honest".
Date: October 12 at 2:00 pm
Location: Stocker Arts Center, Lorain County Community College.
Cost to NCJW members: $12
Mary Martin: America's Sweetheart
Date: October 26 at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Location: Cleveland Institute of Music, Mixon Hall
Cost: NCJW members: $22
Ethel Merman and Mary Martin two-concert pass for $30 if purchased by October 1st.
Tickets may be purchased by calling TMPT box office at 216-245-8687.
Order your discount tickets by saying you are an NCJW member.
Unless indicated, all tickets are reserved seating.
Chair: Claire Biel