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Reconciliation Film Series and Discussion: Accidental Courtesy @ GCC

A set of films exploring the difficult path of reconciliation will be held as part the anniversary of the days between the nuclear attack on Nagasaki and Hiroshima August 6,7 and 8 at 1PM at GCC downtown campus, 270 Main Street in Greenfield. The public is welcome for any or all of the films. There is no charge for the films, but participants must register at this link.

Reconciliation Film Series and Discussion: Two Sided Story @ GCC

A set of films exploring the difficult path of reconciliation will be held as part the anniversary of the days between the nuclear attack on Nagasaki and Hiroshima August 6,7 and 8 at 1PM at GCC downtown campus, 270 Main Street in Greenfield. The public is welcome for any or all of the films. There is no charge for the films, but participants must register at this link.

Silent Auction for Refugee Support

Please join us for an elegant evening benefitting Syrian refugees.

Temple Israel Greenfield is hosting a silent auction. Enjoy complimentary beverages and hors d'oeurves

Saturday, October 27th, 7 PM
at Temple Israel Greenfield, 27 Pierce Street

Come with a generous heart to buy the fine arts, crafts and personal services of your friends and neighbors: Gift certificates to restaurants & businesses, theater, concert tickets and more...

RSVP at [email protected]

*CANCELED/RESCHEDULED* Family Shabbat Picnic @ Green River

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED/RESCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 10

Let's welcome Shabbat in community with a relaxed picnic by the water. Snacks will be available starting at 4:30, and we'll come together at 5:30 for candlelighting, kiddush, and a light dinner. Plenty of food will be provided, but you are welcome to bring a side, drink, or dessert to share.
Rain Location TBD.
All are welcome to this free event.

Dough: The Movie

Dough Promo

Join us for the screening of Dough, the final entry of this year's Embracing Diversity film series. This light hearted romp explores the relationship between an old world kosher baker and a young African Muslim immigrant who adds a secret ingredient to the dough.

Doors open at 7 for brownies and conversation. Short discussion after film. No charge. Donations welcome.

'Rosenwald' Review

TI's showing of ROSENWALD, (2015 documentary) was well-attended. Post-film discussion was positive and reflective with multiple attendees impressed with the Julius Rosenwald story--personal and philanthropic--and wondering how someone whose individual effort so greatly influenced our culture is so little known. The film discusses his beliefs (modesty, using his influence to stimulate culture change) which makes him all the more remarkable as a role model.

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