Holidays & Community Life

Tashlich and New Year's Fun for Families and Babies

66 Banks Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

Apples and honey, bread crumbs in the water, families, babies...  Join us for a New Year's gathering at a home that's just 5 minutes from the Charles River. Around noon we'll walk to the river to let some bread crumbs go off the bridge and say goodbye to everything we want to leave behind to start 5773 off right. If you want to bring something, make it veggie (although no need to bring anything!) RSVP to Avi at avi@avigreen.org

 

Announcing the new Member-to-Member Listserve

We are pleased to announce our new opt-in email list, on which you can communicate directly with other members of the Boston Workmen's Circle community. More information and signup instructions available here.

Spirituality Discussion: Planning Next Steps

Boston Workmen's Circle, 1762 Beacon St, Brookline

On June 12, we had a very robust community conversation about "Spirituality, Secularism and Ritual in our Community." Everyone is invited to attend this follow-up meeting on July 17th. We will discuss what we learned at the Annual Meeting as we begin planning activities and rituals that reflect the range of Jewish communal experience that people are looking for at the Workmen's Circle.  

RSVP to Leah Madsen at leah@circleboston.org

"Spirituality, Secularism and Our Community" - Discussion at the Annual Meeting

More than seventy people packed into Boston Workmen’s Circle for last week’s annual meeting, and joined in a vibrant conversation.

Congratulations to the Zayin students of 2012!

400 family and friends joined the ten members of this year's Shule Zayin class to celebrate their collective Bar/Bat Mitzvah at a beautiful ceremony in which each student presented a personal statement on his or her Jewish identity. We're so proud of this year's Shule class!

Ritual Committee Meeting

Boston Workmen's Circle, 1762 Beacon St, Brookline

Join the Ritual Committee as they start to plan for this year's High Holiday services.  RSVP to Linda Gritz at katzgritz@gmail.com.

Bike Tour of Historic Jewish Boston with Dick Bauer

We're approaching our 50th anniversary at 1762 Beacon Street! Gear up for our big anniversary by learning more about the history of Jewish Boston on this approximately 12 mile, mostly flat-terrain tour of synagogues, homes, Jewish delis - and the old Workmen's Circle building.

Boston Workmen's Circle at World Fellowship Center

Join members and friends of Boston Workmen's Circle for our annual weekend at World Fellowship Center, an inter-generational camp and conference center in the White Mountains of NH.

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