Freylach Time Klezmer Band Concert

March 10 @ 7:00 pm - March 10 @ 9:30 pm

THE SHALOM CLUB OF CAROLINA PRESERVE

Bradford Hall, 115 Allforth Place, Cary NC (about 3 miles west of Hwy 55 on CarpenterFirestation Road)

PROUDLY PRESENTS

THE FREYLACH TIME KLEZMER BAND

SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2018

7- 9:30 PM (Doors open at 6:30)

COST – ONLY $10 PER PERSON (TAX INCLUDED)

The Freylach Time Klezmer Band will entertain you with a sound that will have you movin’ and groovin’.

Come listen if you wish!

Come dance if you must!

Come sing along if you desire!

But most of all DO COME AND HAVE FUN!

Send your check (made out to CP Shalom Club) by March 4th to Joel Glassman, 511 Garendon Drive, Cary, NC 27519, put your name, phone number and email address on a note and write down the names of those who are coming with you. Refreshments will be served.

Questions- Email joel.glassman@yahoo.com or call 919-465-7329


Lt. Colonel Avinoam Sharon: The Complexities of Asymmetric Warfare

November 19, 2017 @ 11:00 am - November 19, 2017 @ 1:00 pm


Beth El Durham and Israel Bonds Present: A Lifelong Learning Speaker with Lt. Colonel Avinoam Sharon, Israeli Judge Advocate and Supreme Court Advisor, Discussing: The Complexities of Asymmetric Warfare.

Fighting against entities that challenge or defy our society’s values raises unique ethical problems for those who seek to preserve and protect those values.

Sunday, November 19th, 2017 at 11am. Hosted at the Levin JCC.

Cosponsored by Beth El Synagogue and the Jewish Federation of Durham-Chapel Hill.

RSVP HERE by November 10th: 919.682.1238.


Yasmin Levy Performance at the Reynolds Industries Theater

November 9, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - November 9, 2017 @ 10:00 pm

Thursday, November 9th at 8pm

For tickets, please go HERE.

Jerusalem-born Yasmin Levy has spent her career bringing youth and vitality to Ladino, the language Sephardic Jews took with them when they were banished from Spain more than five centuries ago. Levy’s father, scholar and composer Yitzhak Isaac Levy, documented Ladino liturgical and romantic songs, a call that Levy herself has answered by becoming an Israeli pop star.

Mixing flamenco and fado, Hebrew and Spanish, Persian music and the songs of her father’s native Turkey, Levy is a master of what The Guardian calls “smoldering melodrama.” A dynamic and captivating performer, she commands the stage as she leads a band that speaks as many musical languages as she does. Fresh from starring in Salomé at London’s National Theater, Levy leads every show as she does every song — with the urgency of someone attempting to salvage several centuries of disappearing history.

Yasmin Levy is presented in collaboration with the Duke Center for Jewish Studies.