In connection with the exhibition Meaning in Bronze, join the director of the Veterans Art Project, Steve Dilley, to learn about the art of bronze casting and how the art-making process can be an important tool for healing.
Bring your own dairy lunch and discuss the week’s parasha with Rabbi Earne.
Is recycling a Jewish value? How would Jewish scholars weigh in on climate change, carbon footprints or littering? Join Rabbi Ralph Dalin for a FREE, no obligation “Taste of Melton” class to sample the quality and comaraderie of the worldwide Adult Jewish Education phenomenon.
If you want to take a more social approach to your science discovery, join us at Fleet Night of Science! This edition of Fleet Night of Science explores our latest exhibition, Game Masters. Enjoy all the video games you can handle, including vintage arcade games like Asteroids and Space Invaders, to blockbusters indie games such as Alien Hominid and Angry Birds. No kids, a bar, a DJ and no quarters required.
The Lawrence Family JCC will screen the short documentary, Vaden Versus, followed by a motivational program including a question and answer session with “The Ultimate” Vaden, himself.
Vaden’s story goes from triumph to tragedy back to triumph again. In a 1999 title fight, the world champion boxer knocked out Stephan Johnson. While Vaden knew his opponent was hurt, he had no idea he would die 15 days later. Wracked with guilt, the San Diego native was forced to deal with the consequences of his victory. Admits Vaden, “I’ve been in very dark places, almost forgetting how to live. But,” he continues, “I got back in the ring, worked through fear and guilt and learned how to breathe again.”
The west coast premiere of Homos, or Everyone in America. As the pendulum of progress continues to swing, a Brooklyn couple attempts to navigate the complexities of contemporary gay life together.