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Three Score/More or Less at the Boston Pops

On Wednesday, June 5th, Three Score/More or Less will sponsor our annual night at the Boston Pops. This year's performance features Tony Award winner Leslie Odom, Jr., best known for originating the role of Aaron Burr in Hamilton. Limited to TBS members, Pops event is open to the entire adult community. The $85 per person cost includes bus transportation to Symphony Hall and your ticket. Bus leaves TBS @7PM. Don't miss this fun-filled musical evening. To RSVP, please send your check, payable to Temple Beth Shalom, to: Steve Shapiro, 9 Ardmore Road, Needham, MA 02494. Questions? Contact Linda Lourie (781-444-7069).  

Suitcase Stories

On Wednesday, June 12, please join TBS Tzedek in the Sanctuary at 7:30 pm to honor the contributions of refugees and immigrants through the timeless art of live storytelling.  We welcome and support newcomers as they rebuild their lives and strengthen local communities. Suitcase Stories raises the profile of refugees and immigrants and expands community through the art of storytelling. Support local Needham residents as they bravely share their inspiring immigration stories. Proceeds from the event benefit the International Institute of New England, a non-profit organization that welcomes and assists immigrants in Greater Boston, Lowell, and Southern New Hampshire. This event is hosted by TBS and co-sponsored with Bahá'is of Needham, The Congregational Church of Needham, Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, First Baptist Church in Needham, First Parish in Needham-Unitarian Universalist, The League of Women Voters of Needham, The Needham Area Immigration Task Force/Resettle Together, Needham Diversity Initiative, The Needham Human Rights Committee, and the Presbyterian Church in Needham. Tickets are $15 and are available at  http://bit.ly/TBSsuitcase.  

Temple Beth Shalom Children's Center presents Touch A Truck!

On Sunday, June 23, 10:00 am to 12:30 pm, come join us for a fun morning of kid-friendly activities, snacks from local vendors, and most importantly, come climb, touch and explore TRUCKS! There will be a silent auction with fun goodies and local experiences to help support TBS Children's Center. This event is FREE for all to attend! 

Hunger Doesn't Take a Summer Vacation

Summertime ….. for those who are hungry, the summer can be particularly difficult.  Children, now out of school, may not have subsidized meal programs, and food donations slow down as people head out of town.  YOU can make a difference to a family in need by helping to provide food for the hungry.  Contribute a can of tuna and/or salmon to our TBS community’s monthly commitment to collect 100 cans of tuna and 25 cans of salmon for Family Table. Family Table is a program of Jewish Family and Children’s Service which provides healthy food to families in need.  Let’s help those who are hungry because hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation.  For questions or to learn more about volunteering at Family Table, please contact Lori Shaer at [email protected], Linda Mesnik at [email protected], or Bernice Sue Behar at [email protected].

Our Holocaust Torah and the Sobeslav Plaque Dedication

Click here to watch the video of the TBS-sponsored dedication to remember the Jews of Sobeslav in the Czech Republic, from where our Holocaust torah comes.

New at TBS: The TBS Business Directory

Do you own a business?  Are you self-employed?  Temple Beth Shalom is creating an online business directory populated with businesses owned and managed by our members.  If you would like to have your business listed in our free online directory, please visit the new link on the left hand menu or click here.  And if you are looking for a business (a handyman, a restaurant, a dentist, a doctor, or anyone), please feel free to visit our listing of TBS member owned business and support your fellow TBS members.

Greening Your Simcha

Shomrei Adamah has a new initiative to make your events and parties more green. For more information, click here.

 TBS Affiliates: Union for Reform Judaism   Ruderman Synagogue Inclusion Project

Experience a Service and Guided Tour at the Wayland Mosque

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