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Member Alice Thomas to display "River Rooms" at Great Falls Discovery Center

Alice Thomas will exhibit her painting series, "River Rooms", in a solo show at the Great Falls Discovery Center January and February, 2017. Work is on canvas and paper and will be available at a 'Great Sale' prices beginning this week. (Call for a pre-view to pre-purchase: 824-7361) Her 'Artist Reception' is scheduled: January 7, 1-3 in the Great Hall. Join her!!!!

Purim Shpeil/Purim Play

The Book of Ester will be retold this year by a cast of local characters. This ancient story - set in Persia - about the eternal struggle between right and wrong use of power is as relevant as ever. Come witness and participate in this lively retelling. Bring snacks and libations if you got 'em.

Contact rabbi(@)templeisraelgreenfield.org if you wish to be in this year's cast.

Member Archie Nahman's exhibit at Salmon Falls Gallery, Shelburne Falls, December 10

The work of Archie Nahman, metal artist, machinist, and longtime member of Temple Israel will be featured at an opening reception at Salmon Falls Gallery in Shelburne Falls during the Second Saturday Celebration on Saturday, December 10 from 4-6 p.m. Archie's meticulously crafted tables, candlesticks, clocks, and trays -- all made from common industrial salvage, metal scraps, and found objects that have been grilled, turned, ground, and

Temple Israel's Film FEASTival presents "Besa: The Promise"

GREENFIELD'S TEMPLE ISRAEL announces its new, free FILM FEASTIVAL*

Please feel welcome to our new Film Feastival*. It is free and open to everyone. Each film is selected to engage us in thinking about our shared human experience. We wish to join other organizations, promoting understanding of our diversity.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

7:30 p.m. Temple Israel Library

BESA: THE PROMISE

Film FEASTival presents "Besa: The Promise," Saturday December 3

GREENFIELD'S TEMPLE ISRAEL

announces its new, free

FILM FEASTIVAL*

Please feel welcome to our new Film Feastival*. It is free and open to everyone. Each film is selected to engage us in thinking about our shared human experience. We wish to join other organizations, promoting understanding of our diversity.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

7:30 p.m. Temple Israel Library

BESA: THE PROMISE

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