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Summerville CommUNITY Back-To-School Extravaganza

Join us on Sunday, August 20th, 2017 from 2 to 5 pm at Doty Park in downtown Summerville for our Back-to-School Extravaganza. Local artists, music, food trucks, education companies & more!

Free parking available at Dorchester Senior Center parking lot.


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CommUNITY Artists Heritage Series: Shared Struggles

This is a free interfaith panel discussion featuring speakers from the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Faith communities. Audience participation encouraged. Food and beverage are available for purchase.


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DINY ADKINS, Holocaust Survivor: Summerville CommUNITY Artists Heritage Series

The Summerville CommUNITY Artists Heritage Series
presents:
Diny K. Adkins
Holocaust Survivor and Educator

FREE EVENT:
Sunday, June 25th, 2017
5 pm to 7 pm
Saul Alexander Masonic Lodge
111 N. Main St. Summerville SC 29483

Ms. Adkins will present a talk and then answer questions. We are extremely honored
to have this fine lady address our group.

The talk will be followed by a VERY special surprise! Food and Beverage will be available for purchase.

Sponsored by the Jewish Community Center Without Walls and the Summerville Community Resource Center.

For more information, please contact Robyn Dudley at snajewishcommunity@gmail.com or (843) 571-6565


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The South Carolina Jewish Historical Society will meet in Summerville!

Coming Sunday May 21 – dedication of historic marker to Summerville Jewish Heritage at 12:45 pm on Short Central near Art Central and Eclectic Chef. Followed by Panel Presentation from families of past Jewish residents of Summerville at YMCA on Doty St. All free. For more information, email rdudley007@hotmail.com or call 843 819 8509.


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JCC Filmfest presents: The Last Laugh

Is the Holocaust off-limits for comedy? “The Last Laugh” explores this question in a fascinating documentary. The film pairs film clips with interviews of Holocaust survivors, comedians (Including Mel Brooks, Sarah Silverman and Joan Rivers), and Jewish leaders.

Following the screening, Ferne Pearlstein, director of “The Last Laugh”, joins us via Skype in a session led by College of Charleston professor Dr. David Slucki.

Proceeds go to the Charleston Jewish Federation‘s REMEMBER Program for Holocaust Education and Genocide Awareness.

Cost: $12.50 General/$18.00 Patron (includes Reserved Seating)

Advance tickets available at TerraceTheater.com – One night only, limited seating!

For more information, contact Sandra Brett at sandrab@charlestonjcc.org or call 843.571.6565.

This program sponsored in part by a generous allocation from the Charleston Jewish Federation.


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Ina Yalof: Food and the City

Join us for Ina Yalof’s insider’s journey into New York’s pulsating food scene, seen through the eyes of professional chefs, restaurateurs, line cooks, street vendosr and purveyors. A fascinating glimpse into what they do and why they do it.

It promises to be an fascinating and elegant evening! Reserve now! Seats are limited.

Food and the City Bookfest: New York’s professional chefs, restaurateurs, line cooks, street vendors and purveyors talk about what they do and why they do it in this fascinating book. A must for Foodies!

The JCC WOW Bookfest & Filmfest 2016-2017 is dedicated to Dr. Stanley Toporek (OBM)

Mark your calendar! We’ve planned a season full of fascinating talks by authors discussing their books on a diverse and different variety of topics.

As the Charleston Jewish Community Without Walls, we are pleased to be partnering with various communities, organizations and businesses to make these fascinating events available to all throughout the Charleston area. Events will be held at various locations throughout the region. All are welcome!


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Claudia Kalb “Andy Warhol Was a Hoarder”

Acclaimed heath and science journalist, and author, of “Andy Warhol Was A Hoarder” offers a glimpse into the lives of high-profile historic figures through the lense of modern psychology.

From Marily Monroe to Charles Darwin to Albert Einstein, Kalb provides compelling insight into a broad range of maladies.


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Melissa Fay Greene: The Underdogs

The JCC WOW Bookfest presents: Melissa Fay Greene: The Underdogs

Greene is a two-time National Book Award nominee.

The book is a profound and surprising account of service dogs on the front lines of rescuing both children and adults from the trenches of grief, emotional, physical and cognitive disability, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

For more information, contact Marylyn Haspel at marylynh@charlestonjcc.org or (843)571-6565.

When: Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 @ 7 pm

Where: Charleston Animal Society at 2455 Remount Road

Cost: $15 Advanced, $20 at the Door

Mark your calendar! We’ve planned a season full of fascinating talks by authors discussing their books on a diverse and different variety of topics.

As the Charleston Jewish Community Without Walls, we are pleased to be partnering with various communities, organizations and businesses to make these fascinating events available to all throughout the Charleston area. Events will be held at various locations throughout the region. All are welcome!


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Doughnut Dash 5K

Doughnut Dash 5K

Date: April 9th, 2017
When: Race Starts at 7 am
Where: South Windermere Shopping Center

Join the community for the 2nd annual Doughnut Dash in honor of Tywanza Sanders! The community supported, family friendly run/walk is held each year in honor of the life and legacy of Tywanza
Sanders and is put on by Race 4 Achievement Scholarship Fund and the Charleston Jewish Community Center Without Walls. The run/walk is a fund raiser for both organizations to continue their missions of strengthening the community and supporting diversity in the Charleston Community.

A portion of the proceeds will also benefit the Addlestone Hebrew Academy 8th grade trip to Israel.

THE RACE
Teams, families, and individuals will run/walk from South Windermere Shopping Center down the Greenway to Krispy Kreme where they will eat a dozen doughnuts and run/walk back!

Child (Age 10 to 15): $15
Individual: $25
Family: $45
Team Fee (limit to 3 people): $45

Registration includes shirt and Doughnut Dash swag.

Prizes will be awarded: Top 3 finishers in each division! Each runner will receive a race shirt at packet pickup!


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The 8th Annual Terrace Film Festival

The 8th Annual Terrace Film Festival

Save the date!!!

March 16-19:
The 8th Annual Terrace Film Festival partners with the Charleston JCC Filmfest, to bring you 6 acclaimed films of Jewish interest.

The Zookeeper’s Wife
Opening night! Antonina and Jan Zabinski, Keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, saved hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion. Jessica Chastain stars in the real-life story of one working wife and mother who became a hero to hundreds during World War II.

The Pickle Recipe
A down on his luck party emcee, cajoled by his shameless uncle, tries to steal his grandmother’s top-secret pickle recipe.

A video chat with director Michael Manasseri follows the screening

The Women’s Balcony
This rousing, good-hearted tale was Israel’s #1 Film of the Year in 2016!

An accident during a bar mitzvah celebration leads to a rift in a devout Orthodox community in Jerusalem.

Jerry Lewis the man behind the clown

Audiences still laugh at Jerry Lewis and his signature slapstick humor. Did you know he was also a revolutionary filmmaker who wrote, produced, and directed many of the films in which he appeared?

Discussion with a local filmmaker follows the screening.

The Man who Shot Hollywood
Pashkovsky, a Jewish Russian immigrant anonymously photographed movie starts during Hollywood’s Golden Age.and hid the photos under his bed.

Sabena Hijacking: My Version

Harrowing testimony and striking reenactments combine to riveting effect in this true story of a terrorist siege that forever changed the Jewish State.


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CommUNITY Artists Heritage Series: Shared Struggles @ Saul Alexander Masonic Lodge | Summerville | South Carolina | United States
This is a free interfaith panel discussion featuring speakers from the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Faith communities. Audience participation encouraged. Food and beverage are available for purchase.
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Summerville CommUNITY Back-To-School Extravaganza @ Doty Park | Summerville | South Carolina | United States
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