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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Sayed KashuaSayed Kashua

Time: 7:00 pm

Critically acclaimed writer and Israeli culture critic Sayed Kashua will speak at UCSD after a screening of his hit Hebrew-language show Arab Labor. The event is sponsored by Hillel and it is open to the public but advance reservation is recommended.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Senior Model SederSenior Model Seder

Time: 12:00 pm

Lawrence Family JCC Senior Center 4126 Executive Drive, La Jolla Contact Melanie Rubin for details or to R.S.V.P. (858) 362-1141. Senior Model Seder Thursday, April 3, noon Celebrate Passover a little early with your friends and the JCC family. Rabbi Scott Meltzer leads this annual event with a light lunch served. Cost is for members, for nonmembers. Reservation due by March 25.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Strom at Beth ShalomStrom at Beth Shalom

Time: 7:30 pm

Yale Strom, violinist, historian, and author plays Passover Music of the Holocaust. Temple Beth Shalom is privileged to once again have Yale Strom share his outstanding talent, and love of Jewish European history. Rabbi Michael Leo Samuel leads Shabbat Services. Oneg afterwards in the social hall. All are welcome. Temple Beth Shalom of Chula Vista. 208 Madrona St. Chula Vista. 619-420-6040. www.bethshalomtemple.com

* Alice in Bellydance WonderlandAlice in Bellydance Wonderland

Time: 8:00 pm

Celebrating, exploring, and uniting Middle Eastern and Western dance for the 21st century, Bellydance Evolution presents their latest production with the world premiere of “Alice in Wonderland” at the Spreckels Theatre in San Diego on Friday, April 4, 2014 at 8pm. Founded in 2009, world renowned choreographer Jillina Carlano creates a revolutionary approach to the whimsical and magical tale, re-imagining the colorful, iconic - and dare some say, "mad" - characters through the language of world fusion dance. The company takes a revolutionary approach to the art of dance, presenting theatrical dance shows with a storyline, much like a ballet. Featuring a cast of 20 international performers who are passionate about their art in the fields of Middle Eastern dance and music, break dance, theatrical hip-hop, contemporary, tribal and fusion dance, each bring their own unique vision to the production. Center Orchestra and Center Mezzanine; Side Orchestra and Side Mezzanine; Discount per ticket from Ticketmaster using the code MAD14; and Group discount of off each ticket when purchasing eight or more tickets TICKETS: www.Ticketmaster.com or directly from the Spreckels Theatre Box Office

* Interactive Beatles ExperienceInteractive Beatles Experience

Time: 8:00 pm

Yesterday & Today: An Interactive Beatles Experience The POW Foundation celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Beatles arrival in the United States with an all-request concert—Yesterday & Today. The audience will rock to the music of the Beatles in an all new interactive concert experience where the playlist for the night comes from audience request! The music of the Fab Four is performed with dead-on musical precision by expert musicians who know every song in the Beatles catalog. Tickets: // Youth ticket (18 years and under with the purchase of an adult ticket) Ticket office: 858-748-0505

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Secular SpiritualitySecular Spirituality

Time: 10:00 am

Secular Spirituality: Passionate Journey to a Rational Judaism, Sat., Apr. 5, 10:00 -12:00 p.m., North University Library, 8820 Judicial Drive, San Diego This month we will present our third program in the series on Secular Spirituality: Passionate Journey to a Rational Judaism: a video lecture "Jewish Mysticism-A Secular Perspective" by Rachel Elior, the Chair of Jewish Philosophy in Hebrew University in Jerusalem. To quote Rachel Elior, "Mysticism belongs to the history of human imagination, creativity, and interpretation, as well as to reconstruct the meaning of the past and to decode and transcend any literal meaning of the human experience." Admission is free and no textbook required. For more information call Gary Zarnow, 858-549-3088.

* Celebrity DoodlesCelebrity Doodles

Time: 6:00 pm

"Come Fly with Us" Celebrity Doodles cocktail party and fundraiser benefitting the Desert AIDS Project at the Palm Springs Air Museum.

* 90s Chorus90s Chorus

Time: 8:00 pm

Wow! San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus Sings the ‘90s Mariah soared, boy bands strutted their stuff and high-energy music had us pumpin’ up the jam across the dance floor. Come relive that megawatt decade with the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus (SDGMC) as they present Wow! The Chorus Sings the ‘90s. Tickets are now available for the Saturday, April 5 show at 8 p.m. and the Sunday, April 6 show at 3 p.m. by calling the box office at (858) 362-1348 or at SDGMC.org. Tickets start at and range to for preferred VIP seating. A discount is available for seniors, students and active-duty military. For groups of 10 or more, please call the box office. The Garfield Theatre is located at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center, 4126 Executive Drive in La Jolla.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* 90s Chorus90s Chorus

Time: 3:00 pm

Wow! San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus Sings the ‘90s Mariah soared, boy bands strutted their stuff and high-energy music had us pumpin’ up the jam across the dance floor. Come relive that megawatt decade with the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus (SDGMC) as they present Wow! The Chorus Sings the ‘90s. Tickets are now available for the Saturday, April 5 show at 8 p.m. and the Sunday, April 6 show at 3 p.m. by calling the box office at (858) 362-1348 or at SDGMC.org. Tickets start at and range to for preferred VIP seating. A discount is available for seniors, students and active-duty military. For groups of 10 or more, please call the box office. The Garfield Theatre is located at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center, 4126 Executive Drive in La Jolla.

* Makers of San Diego HistoryMakers of San Diego History

Time: 6:30 pm

The San Diego History Center (SDHC) will hold its annual “Makers of San Diego History” tribute on Sunday, April 6, 2014 aboard the USS Midway Museum from 6:30 to 10pm. The annual tribute honors a “person, business, or industry that has made history in their own time” and raises funds for SDHC’s education programs. This year SDHC celebrates the vast contributions of the U. S. Military in San Diego and pays special tribute to the late Walter J. Zable, founder and president of Cubic Corp. Single tickets are 0 or ,500 for a table of 10 may be purchased at www.sandiegohistory.org/makersofhistory.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Yoga at the RanchYoga at the Ranch

Time: 9:00 am

Yoga class infused with Jewish wisdom and water imagery at the Ecke Ranch in Encinitas for seven weeks. Classes are Monday mornings from 9-10:15 a.m. with tea from 10:15-10:45. Classes are per session or for the series. Questions? Contact 760-212-8033 or Director@WatersOfEdenSD.org

* LGBTQ and Allies SederLGBTQ and Allies Seder

Time: 5:30 pm

The San Diego LGBT Community Center will host “Coming Out of Egypt: LGBT and Allies Seder” on April 7 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Led by Rabbi Lenore Bohm and cantor Kathy Robbins, this traditional vegetarian Passover is per person. For details, call (858) 565-6896.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* JJ Surbeck Speaks to BNCJJ Surbeck Speaks to BNC

Time: 1:30 pm

The Rancho Bernardo Chapter of the Brandeis National Committee is honored to have guest as our guest speaker J.J. Surbeck co-founder and executive director of T.E.A.M. (training & education about the middle east). T.E.A.M. focuses on presenting a balanced image of the Middle East conflict. Mr. Surbeck is a Swiss educated attorney and peace activist. The program will take place on Tuesday, April 8th on at 1:30pm. Refreshments will be served. The location is theRB Community Center, the Glassman Building,18448 W. Bernardo Drive, SD 92127 and the cost is .00 per person. For further information and to RSVP please call Joan @(858)673-2082. All proceeds will benefit “Sustaining the Mind”: a Scientific Research and Scholarship Fund of Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Book SigningBook Signing

Time: 7:30 pm

Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without (November 2013), is a collection of powerful, candid, and inspiring poems about living life after loss. It was recently named to Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2013. Please join Natasha on April 10, 2014 at Warwick’s for a reading and discussion about how men and women grieve differently and to learn about new research on the various states of the grieving process.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Step By Step Walk/RunStep By Step Walk/Run

Time: 7:00 am

Track and Field-sanctioned 5K walk/run on Saturday, April 12 at NTC Park at Liberty Station in Point Loma to benefit the Parkinson's Association. The event opens at 7am for registration with the run starting at 8am and the walk starting at 8:30am. Registration is open now at www.ParkinsonsStepbyStep.com. Participation fees are for adults, for children (12 and under) and for dogs.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Springfest at ScrippsSpringfest at Scripps

Time: 6:00 pm

Join Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego for Springfest, a special evening under the sea featuring musical performances from UCSD music graduate students. On April 13, from 6 – 8 p.m., visitors can stroll (or do Tai chi!) through the aquarium and encounter live and recorded pieces written by musicians specifically for this unique event. Date: Sunday, April 13, 2014 Time: 6 – 8 p.m. Cost: Public: , Members & UCSD students: RSVP: 858-534-5771 or online at aquarium.ucsd.edu

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* 20s and 30s Seder20s and 30s Seder

Time: 6:30 pm

Attend Congregation Beth Israel’s intimate “20s and 30s Seder” hosted by Rabbi Michael Satz on Monday, April 14 from 6:30-9 p.m. The dinner is catered and Haggadot will be provided. Cost is for members, for nonmembers and R.S.V.P. is required. Visit cbisd.org to register.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Community SederCommunity Seder

Time: 6:00 pm

Community Passover Seder takes place at Temple Beth Shalom, Tuesday, April 15, at 6:00 p.m. Join us for our annual seder on the 2nd night of Passover. Rabbi Michael Leo Samuel officiates. per adult, per child under 13 years old. Reservations by April 5, call Arlene 858-344-5632 or office 619-420-6040. Temple Beth Shalom of Chula Vista, 208 Madrona St., Chula Vista. www.bethshalomtemple.com

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Programming AlgaeProgramming Algae

Time: 7:30 pm

Stephen Mayfield, Professor of Biology at UC San Diego, will discuss Programming Algae for Advanced Bio-Manufacturing: Food and Fuel for the 21st Century at 7:30am on Wednesday, April 16 at the UC San Diego Faculty Club. The .00 per person cost to attend the UC San Diego Economics Roundtable includes breakfast and parking. Significant discounts are available for UC San Diego faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* ONEHOPE ATMF5k/10k Run/WalkONEHOPE ATMF5k/10k Run/Walk

Time: 6:30 am

4th Annual ONEHOPE ATMF5k/10k Run/Walk & Family Festival Saturday, April 19, 2014 6:30 - 11:00 am? 1300 E. Mission Bay Drive San Diego, CA 9210?9 Join Autism Care and Treatment Today! (ACT Today!)and ONEHOPE Wine for the 4th annual 5k/10k Run/Walk and Family Festival benefiting military families with children with autism. Register as an individual or organize a team. Enjoy a flat, scenic course starting at Tecolote Shores Park in Mission Bay. Choose between the 5k, 10k (both chip-timed) or 1-mile-fun run. Celebrate at our festival featuring music, Kid's Egg Hunt, wine & beer garden, 35+ booths and the kids’ zone. Entry includes an event t-shirt, complimentary coffee or hot chocolate from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, a complimentary mini sub from Jersey Mike's Subs, entry into the post-race raffle and a complimentary beer from Stone Brewing Co. or wine from ONEHOPE Wine (for those 21+). ? Contact: info@act-today.org Tel: (818) 340-4010

* Taste of HillcrestTaste of Hillcrest

Time: 12:00 pm

Tantalizing teasers await you at the Taste of Hillcrest! On April 19th from Noon to 4pm you can enjoy the culinary offerings of the Hillcrest Community. Over 40 superb restaurants will be serving bites, so delectable; they will have you feeling like a Culinary Attaché. From quaint cafés and budding bistros, to five-star dining decadence enjoy all the global cuisine Hillcrest has to offer. Tickets are sure to sell out FAST so visit tasteofhillcrest.com and purchase yours now! I have attached the press release for more detail and would be happy to provide any photos or answer any further questions.

* Passover SederPassover Seder

Time: 2:30 pm

Passover draws Jews together as no other holiday during the year. At the Kahal Am Seder the warmth of kinship and the zeal for freedom grows as we sit together telling our cultural stories. This holiday fits well with a humanistic philosophy because we set aside the supernatural and tell about people who show their determination to live in freedom. Our haggadah is a unique booklet written each year with thoughtful commentary. We also share the pleasure of live music, friendly conversation, and a delicious meal. We are a very welcoming organization, and those who are unaffiliated, single, LGBT, or in intercultural families are encouraged to attend. Advanced reservations and payment are required by April 10. Prices are: for non-member adults, for members, and for all children under 10. Vegetarian meals are available. A reservation form is available on our website, www.kahalam.org or contact us at 858-549-3088 or info@kahalam.org .

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Does She or Doesn't She?Does She or Doesn't She?

Time: 7:00 pm

Write Out Loud’s newest offering “Does She or Doesn’t She?” is about the musings, masks, and mystiques of women. This expressive evening of literary and theatrical entertainment will be presented at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 21, at the Old Town Theatre at 4040 Twiggs St. At 6:15 p.m., before the performance begins, there will be a complimentary reception on the theatre patio including food and wine. Tickets are general and for student and military. Purchase tickets online at http://www.WriteOutLoudsd.com or by telephone at 619-297-8953.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Piracy TodayPiracy Today

Time: 7:00 pm

In April 2009, the American cargo ship M/V Maersk Alabama was en route to Kenya when it was captured by Somali pirates. It was the first successful pirate seizure of an American ship since the early 19th century. After a four-day standoff, the siege ended with a rescue by the U.S. Navy. Hear a first-hand account of the event from Captain Mark Cedrun, Commanding Officer of the USS Boxer (LHD 4), who participated in the rescue of Captain Richard Phillips. This mission was depicted in the 2013 feature film Captain Phillips starring Tom Hanks.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Kahal Am SocialKahal Am Social

Time: 10:30 am

Kahal Am Social - Annual Meeting and Potluck, Sat., April 26,10:30 a.m. at the Mt. La Jolla Clubhouse, 5490 Caminito Herminia, La Jolla “It’s not easy these days to be a Humanistic Jew.” Rabbi Sherwin Wine, founder of the movement of Secular Humanistic Judaism, declared this more than twenty years after he formed the first SHJ community in Michigan in 1985. Today, fifty-one years later, is this statement still accurate? To answer that question, we must assert what we do believe and what value those beliefs hold for us. Our Annual Meeting will include a presentation and discussion on what it means to be a secular Humanistic Jew today. This program is a great opportunity for guests to find out more about Kahal Am and the SHJ movement. A potluck lunch will follow the program. There is parking and the clubhouse is handicap accessible. For directions, see www.kahalam.org/.

* Shuffle ConcertShuffle Concert

Time: 8:00 pm

From Classical to Jazz to Pop and Broadway, SHUFFLE Concert performances present an exhilarating fusion of music that feature something for every musical taste. Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. Encinitas Community Center 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive | Encinitas, CA 92024

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Pleasure of Your CompanyPleasure of Your Company

Time: 2:30 pm

The "Pleasure of Your Company" music series sponsored by Scripps Ranch Friends of the Library presents the Grossmont Symphony Woodwind Quintet on Sunday, April 27, at 2:30 PM performing works from their varied repertoire of chamber music, light classics and popular pieces. Ensemble members include Kay Van Tassel, flute; Mike Gaby, oboe; Bob Barnhart, clarinet; Arnold Barron, bassoon; and Monica Palmer, French horn. Come enjoy chamber music at its best in the intimate setting of the Scripps Miramar Ranch Library Center. Meet the musicians at a complimentary reception following the concert. There is no charge for the concert, although donations are appreciated. Scripps Miramar Ranch Library Center is located at 10301 Scripps Lake Drive near Miramar Lake. Overflow parking is available on Meanley Drive off Scripps Ranch Blvd. Call (858) 538-8158 or visit www.srfol.org for more information.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Yoga at the RanchYoga at the Ranch

Time: 9:00 am

Yoga class infused with Jewish wisdom and water imagery at the Ecke Ranch in Encinitas for seven weeks. Classes are Monday mornings from 9-10:15 a.m. with tea from 10:15-10:45. Classes are per session or for the series. Questions? Contact 760-212-8033 or Director@WatersOfEdenSD.org

* Juke Joint: A Night of JazzJuke Joint: A Night of Jazz

Time: 8:00 pm

Phil Johnson in "Juke Joint: A Night of Jazz and R&B" A swinging night of great music with Phil Johnson and some of the best musicians in town: Ed Kornhauser, Harley Magsino, and Charlie Weller. Johnson is a San Diego actor, comic and singer seen on many local stages. He returns to his roots - nightclub music and comedy - in this one-night concert with some of the best musicians in town, with great tunes including some from Ray Charles, Elvis Presley, Ella Fitzgerald and the Manhattan Transfer. A wild energetic night you won’t forget. Join him for an exciting departure from the stage in a wonderful night of music and comedy. Martinis Above Fourth - 3940 Fourth Avenue San Diego, CA 92103 Doors open at 6:00 PM Tickets are plus a food/beverage minimum Purchase tickets online www.martinisabovefourth.com Presented by SherKriegerEvents.com/KoolTool.biz

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

* Art of ElanArt of Elan

Time: 7:00 pm

This eclectic final concert of the season pays tribute to the boundless variety of human experience. Shih-Hui Chen's Returning Souls, commissioned by Art of Élan for the Formosa Quartet, is a result of the composer's year-long exploration of Taiwanese traditional and aboriginal music. Brooklyn composer Judd Greenstein pays tribute to a friend whose life was cut short At the End of a Really Great Day.

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* All About EveAll About Eve

This Adult Education Class through the Center for Jewish Culture will explore the biblical account of Eve in the Garden of Eden and its afterlife in post-biblical, early Jewish and Christian sources. Classes run March 25-May 27 in morning and afternoon sessions. Cost is 0 for JCC members, 0 for nonmembers.

       

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