Events Calendar

 

 

Apr
12
Wed
North County Jewish Seniors Club at the Oceanside Senior Center Monthly Meeting
Apr 12 @ 12:30 pm

Monthly meeting

Apr
15
Sat
Gene Kelly: The Legacy: An Afternoon With Patricia Ward Kelly
Apr 15 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

In this unique, live one-woman show, Patricia Ward Kelly—Gene Kelly’s wife and biographer—gives us the story. Taking audiences behind the scenes, she presents an intimate portrait of this innovative artist, who gave us such iconic works as An American in Paris and Singin’ in the Rain.

Apr
20
Thu
JFS College Avenue Center at Temple Emanu-El Art Show
Apr 20 @ 12:30 pm

Art show with entertainment on flute and guitar

Apr
23
Sun
On the Go Excursions with Jewish Family Services
Apr 23 @ 11:00 am

The Flower Fields photography workshop and Blues jam in Carlsbad

May
19
Fri
Canadian American Active Retirees in Israel Presentation at Ohr Shalom
May 19 @ 6:45 pm

There is a comprehensive program through Jewish National Fund (JNF) called CAARI: Canadian American Active Retirees in Israel. This unique travel program is designed specifically for active retirees or semi-retirees (50 plus). CAARI is more than a touring program. Now in its 35th year, CAARI volunteers can stay from two to seven weeks and experience tours throughout the country, take part in community service programs, plus enjoy a speakers’ component to help develop an appreciation and knowledge of the country, its people, history and the work of JNF.

RSVP to the Ohr Shalom Synagogue office at 619-231-1456 or office@ohrshalom.org.

May
21
Sun
Using Marijuana for End-of-Life Pain
May 21 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us as experts in the fields of use of medical marijuana and end-of-life care explain
the use of Cannabis to alleviate pain associated with illness at the end of life.

May
24
Wed
Witnessing Atrocity: Survivor Testimony in the Auschwitz Trial, Frankfurt 1963-65
May 24 @ 10:30 am

The Auschwitz Trial was the biggest and most important postwar trial in West Germany. For the first time, Holocaust survivors and witnesses faced their tormentors in the homeland of the perpetrators. What were the legal parameters of this historic attempt to confront the atrocities of Auschwitz? And how did the witnesses experience this encounter?