East Side Tribe
East Side Tribe Shabbat will be hosting their monthly Shabbat on July 29th from 6:30-8:30 pm. All are welcome to join, regardless of where they live! Please email email@example.com to RSVP and for details!
Due to the alarming increase in antisemitic incidents, Hadassah is sponsoring a "Dialogue on Antisemitism" in conjunction with the CRC and West End Methodist Church on Wednesday, August 17, 6:30 to 8 pm at West End Methodist Church, 2200 West End Ave. This Dialogue is based on the book "Antisemitism, Here and Now," by Deborah Lipstadt, and will be moderated by Rabbi Joshua Kullock and Deborah Oleshansky with support from Rev. Brandon Baxter of West End Methodist. This program is open to the community. A limited number of free copies of the Lipstadt book are available by contacting Deborah Oleshansky at Deborah@jewishnashville.org. The book is also available at Parnassus Books, on the Hadassah Book Club shelf at a 10% discount. Please rsvp to Deana Goldstein at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-438-5225.
Hadassah Event # 2:
Save the Date: For a Havdalah and Tisha b'av celebration on Sunday, August 7 @ with Rabbi Jessica Shimberg. Learn to make your own Havdalah candles. More information to follow.
Nashville Jewish Film Festival
The dates for the 2022 Nashville Jewish Film Festival have been announced by the festival's co-directors, Laurie Eskind, Jamie Brook, Jackie Karr, Cindy Moskovitz, and Loretta Saff. With an opening night party for sponsors at Ruby Sunshine on Wednesday, October 12, followed by a film at The Belcourt and ending on November 3, the festival will present 15 new, entertaining and important films that showcase Jewish life.
With a mix of locations, 7 films will be shown at GJCC, The Belcourt Theater, or the Bellevue AMC and 8 streamed the festival promises to be accessible to all.
For more information check out the website www.nashvillejff.org.
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