Calling all teens in Halifax! Come join the AJC and Jolt for a fun afternoon of hanging out while trampolining! When: Sunday, April 29th, 2 pm – 4 pm Where: Meet at the house on 1881 Walnut Street at 2 pm. We’ll be heading to Get Air Trampoline Park in Dartmouth. Then we’ll come back to the […]
There will be a concert in the memory of Myer Rabin. A duo of musicians, Susan and William. Musical selections from Jazz, Klezmer, Classical. The concert will be on Wednesday April 25, 2018 at 7.30pm in Tiferes Israel Synagogue, 56 Steadman Street The ticket prices are $10 person, $20 family and $5 children.
Shaar Youth Shabbaton Weekend, April 13-15 Please make sure to RSVP by this Thursday for the different events to Rabbi Weiss. Youth can attend some or all of the events based on their availability. The weekend of April 13-15, Shaar Shalom is excited to welcome youth programmer specialist Jessie Greenspan of USCJ, who will be coordinating a weekend […]
Halifax, NS – Over the weekend, two Catholic parishes in Halifax, St. Agnes Church and Saint Benedict Church, were vandalized with offensive graffiti. In response, Naomi Rosenfeld, Executive Director of the Atlantic Jewish Council stated: “The AJC was deeply disturbed to learn St. Agnes and Saint Benedict churches had been defaced by graffiti, especially since […]
The PEI JC in conjunction with the AJC is hosting Yom Hashoah- Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday April 12, 6:30 pm, at Studio 1, Confederation Centre. Please join us to hear Dr Israel Unger speak about his family’s escape from the terrorism of the Nazi Regime.
Film: Nana Where: The Rocket Room (2nd floor, Rocket Bakery, Water Street) When: 7:30-9:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 11th Documentary filmmaker Serena Dykman traces the story of her grandmother’s survival in Auschwitz. Born in Poland, Marlya Michalowski-Dyamant, survived both, Ravensbruck, Malchow, and Auschwitz, where she was a forced translator for the “Angel of Death”, Dr. Mengel. […]
The theatre arts guild proudly presents The Diary of a nine frank by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman. Directed by Bill Vangorder, Produced by Kate Hendry , Stage managed by Esther Vangorder. April 5-21, 2018 Presented by special arrangement with dramatist play service inc.,New York at the Pond Playhouse 6 […]
Hosted at the Shaar on April 4th at 5:30 pm. The stories in the book of Genesis such as, creation, humanity’s fall, the flood, Abraham and Isaac etc., have intrigued and inspired Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike for millennia. In the 1990s Bill Moyers facilitated a 10-part series on Genesis to stimulate interfaith dialogue in […]
Dalhousie Collegium Cantorum and Nova Sinfonia presents: Giuseppe Verdi: Requiem Monday, March 26, 7:30 p.m. Faith Tabernacle, 6225 Summit Street, Halifax Tickets: $25 regular /$20 for students available at Dalhousie’s Fountain School of Performing Arts, from choristers, online at novasinfonia.ca, or at the door. During World War II, Jewish prisoners at the Terezin concentration camp […]
March 24th at 10:00 am in the small Chapel The service will be led by Zane Brown and Peter Svidler, who were both section heads of the younger sections at Camp Kadimah. A delicious kiddush will follow.