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Greenburgh Hebrew Center Presents “A Bad Romance”: A Fascinating, Enlightening New Course

Published: Friday, October 24, 2014

Greenburgh Hebrew Center in Dobbs Ferry is once again offering its popular JTS@GHC series with a fascinating course called “A Bad Romance?: Rabbinic Love and Matrimony”.  The rabbinic tradition is not known for its models of equality in relationships.  However, the Talmud presents a number of stories of rabbis and their wives.

Free “You & Me” Classes begin at Greenburgh Hebrew Center – for Toddlers & Parents/Caregivers

Published: Monday, October 20, 2014

The Greenburgh Hebrew Center (GHC) Early Childhood Center is proud to offer a series of fun Mommy & Me classes, called “You & Me”, for parents/caregivers and their toddler children.  The classes include playtime, group time, songs, stories, snack and an art activity. This class is specifically geared for children between the ages of one and two, who will be two by August 2015.

Greenburgh Hebrew Center Celebrates Simchat Torah October 16 & 17

Published: Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Simchat Torah celebrates the completion of the cycle of reading the Torah and the beginning of a new cycle.  GHC begins the celebration of Simchat Torah on Thursday evening, October 16, at 5:45 pm with music, storytelling and exploration of the Torah. This event is especially geared towards families with young children. The celebration continues with a light pasta dinner at 6:30 pm. The dinner is free and open to all; please RSVP to the GHC office at 693-4260 or office@g-h-c.org by Monday, October 13. Everyone is then invited to join the congregation in the main sanctuary at 7:00 pm for singing, dancing and rejoicing with all of the GHC Torahs. Rabbi Barry Kenter will unroll an entire Torah scroll and “wrap” all of the children in the Torah. 

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