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VIA ZOOM: Retirees Lunch & Learn

Tuesday, May 12, 2020 18 Iyar 5780

11:30 AM - 1:00 PMPlease register below and the Zoom link will be sent to you in an email

jewish folksong: the language of the soul

With Special Guest Mark Levy. 

Descended from an Ashkenazi mother and a Sephardi father, Mark Levy combines the beautiful melodies of both traditions together with Hebrew and Israeli songs. Mark has performed and taught in the SF Bay Area for 40 years. 

This will be a unique Lunch & Learn experience! Here's how it will work: 

  • Register below. 
  • Below is the three-part pre-watch video of Mark Levy's performance! Watch this video NOW in advance of logging in on May 12th for the ZOOM discussion. The three-part video series will auto-play, as you watch this Part 1 it will automatically flow and show you Part 2 and Part 3 of this three-part video set to watch in advance of the Lunch & Learn discussion: 
  • On Tuesday, May 12, at our regular time of 11:30 am, we will all join together VIA ZOOM for a lively discussion and Q&A session with our musical guest Mark Levy. We will send you the Zoom link when you register. 
  • Need assistance or have questions? Call Cindy at (408) 358-1751 x.5. If you have any difficulty watching the three-part video embedded in the page above, you can jump to this YouTube Playlist to watch it there.

About: The Retirees Lunch & Learn, a group of seniors that has been meeting at Congregation Shir Hadash for 10 years, has grown to some 200 members, with monthly programs attracting 40 people or more. Join us for the chance to visit, eat lunch, and hear a speaker or program.

Cost: Friends and family are invited to participate and are asked to make a $5 donation towards the cost of lunch. This donation is collected at the door. Groups of members alternate bringing in dessert.

Contact: For more information on Lunch & Learn, contact Cindy at Shir Hadash at (408) 358–1751 x5.

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