Shlock Rock, a Jewish band from New York, performs live in concert
at Ner Tamid Synagogue this Hanukkah. The performance is on December 8 at 6:30; however, the doors open at 5:15 for an evening of fun for the entire family, beginning with a Havdalah service and Menorah lighting ceremony. Shlock Rock performs Jewish parodies to popular music. A food truck will be available with vegetarian Mediterranean food for purchase, and children can participate in other activities on hand. Ticket prices for the event are $10 each (children 2 and over) or $36 for a family of four. “We are excited to bring Shlock Rock to the San Diego Jewish community,” enthuses Ner Tamid board president, Marisa Connell. “What a great opportunity to come together to celebrate Hanukkah –with singing, dancing, and having fun!”
Shlock Rock is a music group led by Lenny Solomon, whose goal is to spread Jewish pride, identity and awareness to the world through music.
Ner Tamid Synagogue is a conservative synagogue whose mission is connecting Jews to Torah
and to each other.
Ner Tamid is located at 12348 Casa Avenida in Poway.
Meet in Balboa Park at the end of President’s Way on the lawn between the Automotive Museum and International Cottages. Parking is available in surrounding lots.
8:45 AM—Registration (same day on-site only)
Participants under 18 must sign a waiver (available on-site). Youth under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
9:15 AM—Opening Ceremony celebrating the 11th Anniversary of the Interfaith MLK Jr. Day of Service.
9:30 AM—Cleanup in Palm Canyon and the old Desert Garden. Come dressed and prepared for physical work.
11:30 AM—Musical entertainment and complimentary picnic lunch of hot dogs and chips.
Don’t miss out on a documentary film screening with producer and explorer Chris Nicola on FEBRUARY 19TH at 7:00 pm. This dynamic presentation is a fantastic opportunity for adults and children over 10 years old to learn about the Holocaust.
Presented by CHA Middle School Holocaust Studies Program.10785 Pomerado Rd. San Diego, CA 92131This is a FREE event open to the community.
A unique lecture on a topic that is not commonly discussed in the context of the Holocaust – the art of the holocaust.
Art is a powerful representation of the horrors, the hope, the anger and the hopelessness experienced by Jews during and after the holocaust. Through personal stories of victims, survivors and children artists, he will cover real examples of art created by them. We will observe and discuss how art has created a visual, long-living record of the holocaust experienced. How it has been used as evidence for what really happened, how it helped children cope, imagining a better world and how it became a form of resistance by the artists.
The memorable lecture will bring a powerful and unique perspective.
Preschool families are encouraged to attend the carnival starting at 11:00 am.
Religious School will conclude at the usual 11:30 to join in on the fun!
EVERYONE is invited from 11:30-2:00 pm.
Purchase a wristband to go on all rides and games!
(children 2 and under do NOT need a wristband)
We will have some great prize baskets again for the raffle! Raffle tickets may be purchased before and on the day of the event- they are good for raffle and food.
Great food options will be available for purchase with raffle tickets.
There’s nothing like the Jewish holiday of Purim for letting your hair down, getting funky, and even dressing up in crazy costumes. Eight amazing Jewish organizations have come together to create one epic night of merrymaking and fun. Enjoy specialty cocktail drinks, music from our live DJ, outrageous costumes, and so much more during our Purim Party!