For all upcoming events please view the complete Temple Beth Am calendar.
Curious kids enjoy those “Aha!” moments at Destination Science Camp! Build a walking Dino-Robot, launch a roaring rocket, & unmask superhero science & construct your own Vroom mobile this summer. Pick & choose from 4 great STEM focused camps & stir up some science fun! Ages 5-11. Monday-Friday 9am-3:30pm, ext. hours available at most locations.
February Savings: $70 per week (no promo code needed) - see the attached flier, below.
Amazing Superhero Science – All New
Vrooom! Flash! Zap! Superhero training starts here. Build your own powered Zoom Mobile!
Roaring Rockets & Astronaut Detective – All New
Journey to the edge of Science, Technology, Engineering & Solve a space mystery!
Dino-Robot Creators & Raging Chemistry – All New
Be a master robot builder by morning & mix-up cool chemistry reactions by afternoon!
Rocking Gizmos & Rolling Gadgets Lab
Rock out & Build your own Boom Box & join the Invention Convention!
ISRAEL ADVOCACY PROGRAM
College students are invited to a panel discussion with experts on the topic of Israel advocacy on their campuses. Join us for a discussion and question-and-answer session on this very important topic.
Jake Novak: Supervising Producer for CNBC's Street Signs
Thursday, January 15, 2015 · 7:00 pm
Merrick Jewish Centre · 225 Fox Blvd, Merrick, NY 11566
For more information contact Julie Fegan (email@example.com)
It is my pleasure to announce that on Wednesday, January 28 at 8PM there will be a regularly scheduled Congregational Meeting in the Youth Lounge, located on the school level of the Temple Beth Am building. NOTE: UPDATED LOCATION
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the regular business of the congregation.
I encourage everyone to attend this meeting, where you can learn a bit more about what’s going on at the Temple.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 516-978-1555.
Need to Get your Hanukkah Shopping Done? Of course you do!!!
THE FIRST ANNUAL Drop And Shop/Family Movie Day at
Temple Beth Am on DECEMBER 7, 2014, 11:30AM -4:00PM
You DROP off your kids (POTTY TRAINED A MUST-or send a nanny),
then you go Hanukkah SHOPping!
$5/child, you can stay or go, we’ve got it covered!!! (But if you go, don’t forget: PICK UP IS AT 4:00 PM, we all have to go home too!)
Hebrew High School chaperones; pizza party;
family movie to watch, board games.
Send along a lunch if your child has allergies, and also send in a blanket
Nominate your favorite family movies for the event to email@example.com or use registration form
We are limiting the event to the first 100 children to be registered!
See the attached registration form for details
Brotherhood Council of Merrick Presents
Annual Thanksgiving Concert
Sunday, November 23, 2pm
CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Thanksgiving Concert featuring choral groups from community houses of worship
including our very own Cantor Dan Rosenfeld and the Temple Beth Am Choir!
Lawrence Garfinkel, also a Temple Beth Am congregant,
will be featured as Master of Ceremonies!
COME JOIN US AND SUPPORT
Let me get this straight, I get to go out for dinner and help the Temple?
There is a new restaurant in town that wants to introduce themselves
to the neighborhood
Located on Merrick Road just west of the Wantagh Parkway
Here’s the deal … for these 3 nights
Sunday November 16
(their special family style pasta night)
Monday the 17th and Wednesday the 19th
(You can head on over from Hebrew school pickup)
Enjoy a meal and 10% of your bill will be donated to Temple Beth Am.
There is no special menu to order from.
The only thing you need to do is present this flyer.
Check out Fuscamos on Yelp, even better check them out in person.
Fuscamos Bar and Grill
3037 Merrick Rd
Courtesy of Temple Beth Am Fundraising
Dear Beth Am family,
Please join me for what is sure to be a fantastic program tomorrow, October 27th from 7:30pm - 9:00pm at the Bellmore Jewish Centre (2550 Centre Ave, Bellmore).
We will be hearing Gil Hoffman, who is the chief political correspondent and analyst for The Jerusalem Post. He has interviewed every major figure across the Israeli political spectrum, has been interviewed by top media on six continents and is a regular analyst on CNN, Al-Jazeera and other news outlets.
His lecture is called "Peace, Politics and Projectiles - An insiders look at the aftermath of the war in Gaza".
In this fascinating presentation, Gil Hoffman will take us behind the scenes into the decision-making during the operation in Gaza. He will discuss the regional ramifications of the war, focus on the interpersonal relations between Jerusalem and Washington, and offer up hope amid all the pessimism.
There will be a Q & A and desert reception following his talk.
There is no cost for the program.
Looking forward to seeing you there,