March 26, 2017

Cabaret!


Featuring fabulous entertainment by the husband and wife team, Wendy and Rik.  An elegant European Brunch will be served –  savory crepes and eggs Florentine,  baskets of warm pastries, fresh seasonal fruit, and best of all, an over- the-top surprise dessert.  To benefit the BNC Scholarship Campaign: $59 or $79 – or $99 for priority seating. Watch for your invitation in the mail.

Jewish Film Festival

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BNC will be a community partner of the Jewish Film Festival,

Presenting The Women’s Balcony

at the Carlsbad Theater, 2822 State Street, Carlsbad

Sunday, February 19 at 4:00

Special discounted price – $12.00 (check payable to BNC)

Please mail to Bea Sklarewitz, 4025 Canario Street #241, Carlsbad 92008  by February 6.

You MUST include a stamped self-addressed envelope in order to receive your tickets.

University on Wheels 2017

Direct from the Brandeis campus: Dr. Don Katz, Professor of uow-busPsychology

Apples to Apples: Just an Illusion

An apple looks like an apple and tastes like an apple, so we know it’s an apple. Or do we? How do our brains determine what we like to eat – or don’t – and other tales of perception.

January 11    11:00 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.

The Crossings, 5800 The Crossings Drive, Carlsbad

Cocktail party reception January 10    4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

at the home of Linda and Marvin Epstein

$55 or $65, party: $25 (reserved for those attending the luncheon and their spouses and signif others)

Checks to Suzie Kaplan by Jan. 2. Contact her for menu choices  858-487-1422

It’s a Hanukkah Happening!

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Sunday, December 18   noon to 2:00 p.m.

at The Vi at La Jolla Village,  8515 Costa Verde Blvd,  San Diego.

Enjoy a traditional holiday lunch and a dessert buffet. Door prize!

Hanukah foods, games, a sing-along, and lots of ‘tradition, tradition!’

$36 ($13 tax deductible)

Mail check (made out to BNC) by Dec. 2

to Suzie Kaplan, 6991 Batista Street, San Diego, CA 92111

Carpools available, complimentary parking

 

Jewish Book Fair Let There Be Laughter: A Treasury of Great Jewish Humor and What It All Means

Author Michael Krasny, host of KQED’s Forum, will have you laughing your heads off, since he’s been telling the funniest jokes since his Bar Mitzvah. In Let There Be Laughter, Krasny investigates the themes of Jewish humor, appreciates heroes like Larry David and Amy Schumer, and entertains an audience with his iconic jokes.
Day and Time: November 3rd at noon (lunch included)
Location: Temple Solel, 3575 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff By Sea
Reserve your place NOW – this will sell out quickly!
Please mail a check for $17.50 (that’s less than the JCC Member price or senior price), made out to BNC, and include a stamped, self-addressed envelope for mailing the tickets to you.
We must have your check no later than October 20, no exceptions (but don’t wait as this will be a popular program)
Mail your check to Bea Sklarewitz.

Meet Arthur and Leslie Pearlstein

Including a bequest or charitable gift annuity in your estate plan is an easy and rewarding way to support Brandeis University and its students. You can receive guaranteed, fixed income payments for life. Rates are locked in at the time you donate. To learn more, please contact M’Lissa Brennan at 781-736-4178 or email at mlissa@brandeis.edu.

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Heritage of Music

musicaleHeritage of Music – from Berlin to Hamlisch   March 31 at 12:45 p.m.   Sheraton Carlsbad Resort and Spa   5480 Grand Pacific Drive, Carlsbad

Rabbi/Cantor Gabi Arad is co-founder of the Jewish Collaborative of San Diego.  Jennifer Walsey performs professionally in both musical theater and opera. They will be accompanied by Gayle Simon on keyboard. A traditional English tea will follow the program.

Proceeds to benefit the BNC Scholarship Campaign. $50 or $65                                                             to Bea Sklarewitz, 4025 Canario Street #241, Carlsbad  92008. (Checks made out to BNC)

‘Jewish Luck’

Save the Date– January 20, 10:00 a.m.,  at Seacrest Village. Meet author Meryll Levine Page, who wrote, with her sister, Leslie Levine Adler,  Jewish Luck: A True Story of Friendship, Deception  and Risky Business. Leslie and Meryll

Jewish Luck tells the story of two women, Vera and Alisa, in Soviet Russia. The book is based on a real forbidden friendship between co-author  Leslie Adler (left, Meryll on right) and the Russian Vera, which began in Leningrad in 1976. Together, they fought anti-Semitism under the Soviet regime and the ‘new’ Russia, and built their ‘luck’. The real Vera had to overcome the Soviet teachings she grew up with but built a successful business in Russia. The book provides a fascinating firsthand view of life in Russia under two regimes.

Please send $10  (check made out to BNC) to Jayne Marx, 8070 Sitio Toledo, Carlsbad  92009,  by Jan. 12, in support of the BNC Scholarship Campaign.

Movie and Ice Cream Social

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Join us for an Old-fashioned Afternoon  – a Movie and an Ice Cream Social. Create your own ice cream sundaes and other goodies, and enjoy a laugh-out-loud comedy, ‘The Grand Seduction’, Sunday, Dec. 20,  2:00 p.m., in the Seacrest Synagogue.

Please send $15 (check made out to BNC) to Cynthia Birnbaum, 5676 Caminito Isla, la Jolla, CA 92037 by Dec. 12, in support of the BNC Scholarship Campaign.

 

University on Wheels

 Every January Brandeis University sends it brightest and best professors to chapters around the country.Dr. Scott

San Dieguito’s University on Wheels  2016 will present Nancy J Scott, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Fine Arts, speaking on The Emergence of Public Art: From Coast to Coast, on Wednesday, January 6 at 11:00 a.m. at the Morgan Run Resort and Club, 5690 Cancha De Golf, Rancho Santa Fe. $55 or $65 (partly tax deductible).

Meet Dr.Scott at an intimate, elegant cocktail reception at the home of Ellyn Clark, 4914 Tilos Way, Oceanside, Tuesday, January 5 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.    $25 (fully tax deductible) All proceeds will support the new BNC Scholarship Campaign

Dr. Scott is an award winning Associate Professor of Fine Arts at Brandeis. Along with traditional courses, she teaches courses that bring together theory and practice, such as Economics and the Arts, co-taught by a faculty member from the Economics Department, and Museum Studies, which coordinates with the staff of the University’s Rose Art Museum. With expertise in European art from the French Revolution to World War II, and American art in the early 20th century, she teaches Art History and courses on Impressionism, Modernism, and Public Art.

For more information, reservations, menu, please contact Phyllis Perkal (858-487-1422)

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