LimmudNY 2006: The options are overwhelming!

As I mentioned a few days ago, the first draft of the Limmud 2006 schedule is now online. It should be finalized by the end of the week! Jewschool.com readers: you are getting the inside scoop! Make sure you browse the schedule, and then make your way to register. Limited scholarships still available, but you have to sign up soon in order to apply.
Here are some more highlights for you to check out:

  • Shamu Sadeh, of the program director of Adamah Jewish farming fellowship at Isabella Freedman, talks about what it means to be a Jewish gardener
  • Do-it-yourself tzedakah boxes for kids and parents with Judaikitsch author Jennifer Traig
  • Gidi Grinstein on why Israel’s constitutional reform should matter to American Jews
  • Reflections on being the first openly gay rabbi in America with Allen Bennett
  • Stargazing as alternative-to-Ma’ariv (evening service) with Shamir*Power (That’s me!)

Join Jews of all stripes — sign up now before you get closed out: www.limmudny.org.
Stay tuned to Jewschool.com for our next post: are the options for communal prayer as diverse as the other programming? (I bet you can guess the answer…)

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