Join us for an evening of mystical insights, Jewish song and culinary delights, led by Rabbi Jonathan and friends in Camberwell area. Please bring a vegetarian dish to share for dinner.
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria
Meet on the lawn opposite the Herbarium. On the first day of Chanukah join us for a relaxed afternoon get together for family and friends. It’s a chance to meet members of PJV communities, talk about the miracles, Israel and life. Bring a picnic blanket and a picnic (food/treats/drinks).
Actor and playwright Natasha Jacobs (also known as Rabbit Ash) is bringing stories from near and far (well, Melbourne and London) to the stage (also known as the bima).
Tickets $25 pp or $15 concession.
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Come celebrate Yom Ha’Atzmaut with us and explore the history of Jews in India with Rebecca & Joseph Joseph after a delicious Indian meal at a city restaurant.
Book early to avoid disappointment!
Comedian Joel Chasnoff is hip, fresh and funny! His act is suitable for all ages and is based on his real Jewish experiences. He co-led combat operations against Hezbollah. His memoir, The 188th Crybaby Brigade, was a best-seller. And now is coming to to LBC!
Tickets are $20 | $10 concession. Book early to avoid disappointment!
Nibbles and soft drinks will be provided; BYO wine.
OPENING: Sunday 6 March at 3pm – viewing to 7pm.
Enjoy refreshments and meet the artist.
Zoe is a long-standing member of the Leo Baeck Centre with a strong sense of style and colour which she invites you to come and enjoy at her first major public exhibition, Dreamscape.
View Mondays to Fridays, 9.30am to 1.30pm
Leo Baeck Arts Centre, 31-37 Harp Rd East Kew.
Experience the lights, this Chanukah and Shabbat.
Enjoy a musical Shabbat songs, with Rabbi Jonathan Keren Black, and our jazz band, The Accidentals. Including lighting the Chanukiah (BYO Chanukiah if you like).
We’ll also be serving up a yummy Shabbat feast with latkes and sufganiot (jam doughnuts).
Book now for the dinner. This means we can have the right amount of food for everyone.
Note: At LBC, no one is turned away due to financial circumstances, just contact us and we’ll make arrangements.
(Photo by Robert Couse Baker)