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JWC Photo Archive 2011-2012

JWC Photo Archive 2011-2012

Thursday, October 27, 2011
Why does happiness always seem just out of reach? Meet Rebbetzin Shula Bryski from Chabad of Thousand Oaks, California, and learn how to live a genuinely happy life using insights from Kabbalah.
Monday, December 5, 2011
Scrapbook some of your favorite photos to create everlasting memories. No scrapbooking experience necessary. Pictures are worth a thousand words, but what if we can’t see the whole picture? Learn what Divine Providence means and how it plays a vital role in our lives. Enjoy chocolate, cheese, wine and laughter.
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Do you always ask yourself for the simple way to cook hearty and delicious food like your grandmother used to do? Let the aroma of homemade cooking permeate your home as you learn how to create a complete Shabbat dinner from fish to chicken soup to dessert with a load of terrific recipes and time saving tips. Discover why certain foods are eaten specifically on Shabbat. Sample the recipes.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Participate in a lovely afternoon garden party and choose between two fantastic
workshops, win valuable and attractive prizes in a terrific auction followed by an
exquisite lunch. Get empowered with keynote speaker Mrs. Shimona Tzukernik, one of the foremost female authorities on Kabbalah as it applies to daily life, as she deconstructs Biblical stereotypes in an eye-opening lecture entitled, “Helpmates, Harlots and Heroines.”
Thursday, March 22, 2012
With Patricia of Christofle in Palm Beach, get the ultimate demo on how to behave with the perfect table manners and how to entertain your guests with class. What is the Jewish version of “etiquette”? Come find out how to infuse a home with the most sought-after blessings.
Monday, April 30, 2012
Join us for the honor of hearing Holocaust survivor Norman Frajman recall his survival of the Warsaw Ghetto, numerous concentration camps and the Death March. Watch “Unlikely Heroes,” highlighting men and women who exemplified extraordinary courage during the most desperate days of the Holocaust. A buffet dinner will be served. This event is open to men and women.
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