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What's On in SA Jewish Community

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As always, there is lots going on for the Jewish communities around the country. Contact local leadership for additional activities
by SA JEWISH REPORT STAFF | Apr 20, 2016

 

 

 

Wednesday (April 20)

 

* JH&GC hosts a talk by Prof Mark Drumbl on “Victims who Victimise: The Kapo in Literature and Law”. Venue: JH&GC. Time: 19:30. Admission free but donations welcome. Booking essential. Booking: [email protected] or (011) 640-3100/2148.

 

Thursday (April 21)

 

* JH&GC and partners host a screening of the documentary, “A Snake gives Birth to a Snake”. Venue: Constitution Hill. Time: 17:30 for 18:00. Admission free. Booking: [email protected] or (011) 640-3100/2148.

 

Monday (April 25)

 

* JH&GC hosts a performance of “Cheers to Sarajevo” followed by a panel discussion with Anne Maria Bezdrob, former UN peacekeeper in Bosnia. Cost: R100 pp. Venue: JHGC, Forest Town. Time: 19:15. Bookings with [email protected] or (011) 640-3100/2148.

 

Friday (May 6)

 

* UZLC hosts communal leader Marlene Bethlehem on “50 Years of a Communal Journey”. Venue: Our Parents Home. Time: 12:45 – 14:00. Contact: Gloria (011) 485-4851 or 072-127-9421

 

Sunday (May 8)

 

* Big Band Music Appreciation Society meets at St John's College Auditorium in Houghton. The programme is compiled by Ron Cowley. A short DVD of Big Bands will be presented followed by an audio tribute to band leaders who have anniversaries and a DVD will be screened on "Two Girls and a Sailor". Time: 14:15 sharp. Enquiries: Marilyn 072-243-7436 or Jack 082-450-7622.

 

* Second Innings hosts Penny Hochfield of Exclusive Books Killarney, on “Facts and Fiction - 25 years of Bookselling at Exclusive Books” Venue: The Gerald Horwitz Lounge, Golden Acres. Time: 10:00 for 10:30. Cost: R20 members, R40 visitors (incl tea and light refreshments). Contact: Linda Fleishman (011) 532-9701.

 

 

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