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June is here, let’s Celebrate

Month of JUNE events:

Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month Gay and Lesbian Pride Month International Picnic Month
National Dairy Month National Fresh Fruit/Veggie Month National Iced Tea Month

National Rose Month National Safety Month Recycling Month
Turkey Lover’s Month Zoo and Aquarium Month The Third Sunday in June is Father’s Day

What are you going to do for JUNE? The weather is nice. You could have a walk with your FAMILY or YOUR TEAM at work.  Plan a picnic. These are great low cost events. Pot Lucks, Ice cream break time, and swapping chili and BBQ sauce recipes are all fun to do with your friends, family or work groups. Get outside and enjoy the summer!  Plant a tree, take a hike, clean a beach!

Interspersed in this list are a few interesting historical events to this month, so you can think back in time.

Israeli Holidays for Beginners

Takw a class on Jewish holidays to learn more. You will enjoy this free class offered by the SF JCC. There are many classes to choose from and the JCC is easy to get to get to. Home » Adult » Adult Classes » Jewish Culture & Thought » Advanced Modern Israeli Holidays for Beginners (AMIHFB)
ADVANCED MODERN ISRAELI HOLIDAYS FOR BEGINNERS (AMIHFB)
The Jewish national calendar of Israel is populated by new holidays that Israel has placed at the center of our national and Jewish consciousness and which define and set aside the most significant time of the year in Israeli society. These holidays – bunched together within one week – are Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Memorial Day), Yom Hazikaron (Memorial Day for Fallen Soldiers) and Yom Haatzmaut (Independence Day). It would not be an exaggeration to say these three days together constitute the “High Holidays” season of Israeli life. To understand the kind of emotional response this dramatic week provokes, we will read some of the songs and poems that are traditionally sung and recited at public memorials and celebrations in Israel.

With Rabbi Zac Kamenetz
Zac wants to know ‘What good can I do in this world? What have folks before me tried?’ Most often, Zac looks to ancient Jewish sources of wisdom for inspiration to these questions, but he gets some help from Leonard Cohen, Mark Rothko, and his wife Jen, too. Zac received rabbinic ordination in Jerusalem, and has degrees from the University of Maryland and the Graduate Theological Union. As a native of a couple of coastal states, Zac is always ready to jump in the ocean. When you see him around the JCCSF, you should tell him about the last best bite of food you had.

Thursday, Apr 20
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