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Women's Circle & Hadassah presents: A Conversation with Award-winning Author Maggie Anton

Tuesday, November 29, 2022 5 Kislev 5783

7:00 PM - 9:00 PMZoom Event | Password Protected

Please join us as Congregation Beth Am's Women's Circle and Hadassah of San Diego co-host an amazing evening with award-winning author Maggie Anton. Ms. Anton will talk to us about her latest book The Choice: A Novel of Love, Faith and the Talmud, a powerful love story that challenges Jewish customs concerning women, marriage, and equality. Light refreshments provided.

* Books will be available for purchase at the event, and a book signing will follow.

$10 per person (you do not have to be a member of Hadassah or CBA Women's Circle)

This event is open to all - please invite your friends to join you for this amazing evening.

MAggie AntonMaggie Anton's Bio: Maggie is an award-winning author of both fiction and nonfiction and a Talmud scholar with a deep understanding of Jewish women’s history. Her research into the great Jewish scholar Rashi, who had no sons, led to the award-winning trilogy Rashi’s Daughters, followed by a two-book series, Rav Hisda’s Daughter, a National Jewish Book Award finalist and a Library Journal pick for Best Historical Fiction. She also won the Gold Ben Franklin Award in the religion category for Fifty Shades of Talmud: What the First Rabbis Had to Say about You-Know What, a lighthearted in-depth tour of sexuality within the Talmud. Her latest work is The Choice: A Novel of Love, Faith and the Talmud, a wholly transformative novel that takes characters inspired by Chaim Potok and ages them into young adults in 1950s Brooklyn. Ms. Anton lives in Los Angeles, California. 


RSVP Deadline: 7:00pm on November 29, 2022 

This form closed on 2022-11-29 19:00:00.

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We firmly believe that in these times it is more important than ever to stay connected to Congregation Beth Am and to each other. We're working hard to come up with unique and creative ideas for another awesome year of Women's Circle programs! Women's Circle also takes a strong supporting role in the synagogue, helping to fund youth programming and taking care of congregants in need.

(July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023)
Please consider making an additional donation to help offset some of our programs to make our events more affordable to our members. Thank you.

* ​​New: Women's Circle Committees--Get connected and make an impact! *

​​BookClub--enjoy quality time with other WC members who like to read

​​Walking Club--get some exercise with other WC members who like to walk or hike

​​Welcome Baskets for new synagogue members--help assemble and deliver baskets to new congregants

​​Caring Committee--calling congregants who have lost loved ones (requires a commitment to learn how to communicate about difficult subject areas, and to be "on call" for 2-week shifts)**This is a valuable and rewarding way to connect more deeply to Beth Am and serve a very important role in our community

Passover Cookbook--be part of creating a Women's Circle Passover Cookbook

Meal Trains--for members facing difficult times, prepare and deliver meals to congregants who need meal train support (your name will be on a list)

​​Game Night--coordinate and execute our monthly Game Night  (4th Sunday of the month)

Red Shoe Day--(June 2023) gather at a nearby intersection and collect donations from morning commuters to support San Diego Ronald McDonald House

Mitzvah Day--we want to bring Mitzvah Day back! (will take place during 2023-2024 year) 

 

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