Events Calendar

 

 

Aug
3
Fri
Shabbat Dairy Potluck with Beth Am
Aug 3 @ 5:30 pm

Invite friends and family for a parve potluck. Water and lemonade will be provided. For guests wishing to bring wine, they are asked to bring unopened Kosher or California wines. Visit betham.com for more information.

Aug
19
Sun
Open House at Temple Beth Shalom
Aug 19 @ 4:00 pm

All are welcome and invited to an open house and barbecue with Temple Beth Shalom. Visit bethshalomtemple.com for more information.

Jul
12
Fri
‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 12 @ 1:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.

‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 12 @ 4:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.

‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 12 @ 7:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.

Jul
13
Sat
‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 13 @ 1:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.

Jul
14
Sun
‘The Last’ Screening
Jul 14 @ 1:00 pm

THE LAST is two-time Sundance Film Festival veteran filmmaker Jeff Lipsky’s (FLANNEL PAJAMAS) latest provocative film. Tony Award winning actor Reed Birney (THE HUMANS) and the remarkable nonagenarian actress Rebecca Schull (LITTLE CHILDREN) lead an ensemble cast in this riveting story about a Holocaust survivor, albeit one with a shocking twist. Josh and his fiancé Olivia, both 28-year-old teachers, both devout followers of modern Orthodox Judaism (she a recent convert from Catholicism), meet their beloved 92-year-old great-grandmother Claire for a beach outing. After lunch, Claire makes a shattering confession to the two people she most adores: she was never a Jew, and her life was saved by a gynecologist who went on to become one of the Holocaust’s most inhuman monsters…and she was his nurse at Auschwitz.