Zoom Short Story Discussions with Hadassah Friends
Friday January 21, at 11:45AM via Zoom.
SHORT STORY DISCUSISON GROUP
Plans for 2022
In 2021 The Lunch and Learn program changed its name to the
SHORT STORY DISCUSISON GROUP. The time has not changed. The group still meets on the third Friday of each month September through July at 11:45AM.
Due to the pandemic, we met via ZOOM. We will stay on ZOOM in consideration for friends, who come regularly, and are immunocompromised.
Last year we read stories by current authors and others from an earlier time. We read stories by American writers as well as stories translated from Yiddish and Hebrew. We will continue this plan in 2022.
Here is the plan:
At the beginning of each month (except for April) an email will be sent with the date and email address to RSVP and posted in the HADASSAH HIGHLIGHTS
When enough replies are accepted the story and the link for ZOOM (till we can meet at Temple Israel) will be sent to those who have replied
Two days before the meeting the link to the ZOOM meeting will be resent
Please mark on your calendar the following dates:
Jan. 21, Feb. 18, Mar. 18, April – No meeting May 20, June 17, July 15
The schedule for the summer will be decided by the group in June.
Guests are welcome even if they did not have a chance to read the story but, copyright guidelines prevent us from sending the story to those who do not reply. For more information, contact Amalia Warshenbrot or Linda Levy.
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Love to read? Hadassah’s BookTalk book club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7pm. Join us on Zoom and share your opinions about the month’s book. For our January 25 meeting, we will be discussing The Only Woman In The Room by Marie Benedict. This is the story of Hedy Lamarr -- Jew, wife of a powerful Austrian arms dealer in the 1930s, Hollywood screen star, and scientist.
For your advance planning, we will discuss Home In A Hundred Places by Sarah Dayan Mueller on Tuesday, February 22.
If you would like to attend or have questions, please contact Karen Futtersak (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will send the Zoom link as we get close to the meeting date.
Karen Futtersak and Aileen Greenberg-Kriner
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