PROGRAM AND EDUCATION
Ilene Nolish, Vice President
INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF BOOK FOLDING
PLEASE NOTE BELOW: NEW DATE AND LOCATION
Our Opening Meeting centerpieces were books that had folded pages.
Each book was a beautiful piece of art!
These were produced by the creative hands of Rhona Jacobson and Sandi Bohl.
Please join us to learn how to make a folded book and enjoy making this craft.
We will follow up at another date to teach residents book folding art at a senior facility.
Bring a hard bound book that is 300-350 pages and the willingness to teach others.
Date: Thursday, May 28
Time: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Location: Orange Public Library (New Library-Stanley & Hope Adelstein - Room B)
31300 Chagrin Blvd; Pepper Pike
Cost: No fee NCJW/Cleveland Members
RSVP: NCJW/Cleveland Office, Suzanne Troll -216-378-2204 Ext.101
Space is limited. No walk-ins.
Chairs: Rhona Jacobson & Sandi Bohl
CHAUTAUQUA INSTITUTE BUS TRIP
Please join us for the NCJW/Cleveland annual bus trip to Chautauqua Institute.
Roger Rosenblatt will be the featured speaker for the day. Rosenblatt is a renowned American journalist and author, who previously worked as a columnist and essayist for The Washington Post, Time, and "PBS News Hour" and as literary editor for The New Republic. Currently, he is working on his 17th book, and serves as the Distinguished Professor of English and Writing at Stony Brook University.
Date: Tuesday, June 30
Time: Bus leaves B'nai Jeshurun Synagogue at 7 a.m. and returns at 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $65 Members $68 Nonmembers (after May 12)
Price includes admission ticket, box lunch, snack, transportation and gratuity.
RSVP: NCJW/Cleveland Office Suzanne Troll 216-378-2204 Ext. 101
Reservations are required by May 29, 2015.
Space is limited.
Cancellations must be made to Suzanne no later than Friday, May 22
in order to receive a refund.
Chairs: Sandy Pearl & Judy Simkow
LAKEVIEW CEMETERY TOUR
Please join us for a fascinating 1 ½ - 2 hour guided walking tour of Lakeview Cemetery.
This nationally recognized landmark is home to the James A. Garfield Memorial and the Wade Memorial Chapel, which features an interior designed by Louis Tiffany. Fittingly called, "Cleveland's Outdoor Museum, " it is also the final resting place of John D. Rockefeller, Elliot Ness, Frances Bolton, John Hay and many other notables.
On our tour you will learn about the history, architecture, landscape, sculptures and monuments of this local treasure.
Date: Wednesday, June 17 (Rain date: Thursday, June 18)
Time: 10:00 am
Location: We will meet at the Garfield Memorial which you can access by
entering at the Mayfield Rd. entrance and curve to the left. There will
be a Y in the road and you'll stay to the left. There will be a white line painted in the road that will lead you to the Garfield Memorial, located at Section 15. Plenty of parking is available around Section 20.
Cost: $5 Members $8 Nonmembers
RSVP: NCJW/Cleveland Office - Suzanne Troll: 216-378-2204 Ext. 101 by June 7
Chair: Gail Weintraub
NCJW BOOK GROUP
The NCJW/Cleveland Book Group will meet at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 7th at the Beachwood Library on Richmond Road. The book we are discussing is Pioneer Girl by Bich Minh Nguyen. At this time, we are uncertain whether Amy Rosenfield will be available to lead the discussion. If she is available, a $5 donation per participant is suggested. The book group will conclude this season on June 4 and take a summer hiatus, resuming in September. The group is open to NCJW/Cleveland members.
May 7 Pioneer Girl by Bich Minh Nguyen
June 4 Me and My Baby View the Eclipse by Lee Smith
Chair: Susy Kahn
NCJW/Cleveland SUNDAY BOOK CLUB MEETING
We will be reading The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins
Date: May 31
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Home of Lori Riga in Pepper Pike
RSVP: Denise Gold at: firstname.lastname@example.org and/or for more information.
You will be supplied with the address after you RSVP.