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Jlife OC Extra June 1, 2024



The Cantor Sings Jazz
Cantor Stacey Morse and Musician Daniel Spector:Cantor Morse, the new Cantor of Laguna Woods Reform Temple has led services and life cycle events throughout the country, internationally and on the high seas. She is currently finishing an album of of jazz, blues and some Jewish tunes with Daniel Spector.
She hopes that you will visit her as the new cantor at the Reform Temple of Laguna Woods, beginning Friday, June 14.
Sponsor: Laguna Woods Friends of Jewish Federation of Orange County
Contact Barbara Zell

7:00PM – 9:30PM
Clubhouse 5
Laguna Woods,
Cost $15.00

CSP: Marc Chagall: Biblical Narratives Reimagined Through Modern Artistry
Marc Chagall was profoundly inspired by the Bible throughout his career, producing biblical works in a broad array of mediums, from paintings, etchings, mosaics, and tapestries, to stained-glass windows, ceramics, and stage set designs. Discover how memories of his youth in Vitebsk, his 1931 visit to Palestine, the Russian Revolution, the Holocaust, and his admiration for the old masters, informed his imagination to create uniquely modern visual interpretations of the core text of the Jewish people.
To learn about upcoming events this month, visit www.occsp.net.
Sponsor: Orange County Community Scholar Program (CSP)

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM PDT/
3:30-4:40 PM EDT/
22:30-23:30 Israel Time
Zoom – Online – register for link
Contact Arie Katz
(949) 682-4040

Israeli Film Series 2024
A coming-of-age drama that follows Uri, a 17-year-old boy with an obsession for Holocaust research who wants to join his class on the trip to the extermination camps in Poland, and be an active part of school life, but has difficulty understanding social cues and integrating. Uri is also worried that he will not be able to fit in with the others when he enters his military service.
Drama, 81 minutes
All films in Hebrew with English subtitles

7:00 PM
In-Person at the Merage JCC

October Seventh Exhibit
Join HaNefesh for a docent led tour of October Seventh, an art exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum of the Jewish People.
A Space of Anguish, Loss, Anger, Memory and Sorrow
ANU – Museum of the Jewish People now displays a new exhibition, “October Seventh”, examining how Israeli culture reacts to the war.
The exhibition curates works by 25 artists whose creative activity reflects the atrocious times Israeli society is facing since October 7th. Some of them are living artists, some deceased – either murdered on October 7th or died during the ongoing war, while others are residents (or former residents) of the southern areas, who suffered the loss of their loved ones, their homes, or whose families were affected by the horrors of the massacre.
The new exhibition wishes to frame a current situation and to record the unique creative burst that is well felt among Israelis since the war began.

at 9:30 am PT on zoom.
Register at https://jewbyyou.com/product/october-7-museum-tour


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