A Special Post Mother’s Day Author Event At The Levi Yitzchak Library
Even after enjoying the special Mother’s Day treats, the worries continue. “Are Shayna’s friends good for her?” “Is Leah losing too much weight?”, “Why are Malka’s grades going down?”No one ever said motherhood was easy but raising Jewish girls presents its own special challenges.
On Monday, May 14, 8:00 p.m., The Levi Yitzchak Library is pleased to present as part of its Meet The Author series a supportive and informative evening with Dr. Miriam Grossman, author of “The Wonder Of Becoming You.” Dr. Grossman is a practicing physician, author, public speaker, and media commentator. She attended NYU Medical School and completed her residency in psychiatry followed by a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry through Cornell University. She has been featured on over 200 radio, news, and television shows. Dr. Grossman has lectured at the British House of Lords and the United Nations Council on the Status of Women.
Dr Grossman speaks to parents, students, educators, policymakers, and health professionals on the importance of childhood innocence. In “The Wonder of Becoming You,” she advises parents on how to educate their daughters on the changes that take place in the elementary years, through a Torah perspective.
Learn from Dr. Grossman in person as she discusses, “PassingOn The Gift Of Womanhood To The Next Generation,” at the Levi Yitzchak Library, 564 Central Ave in Cedarhurst, NY.There is a suggested donation of $10. “The Wonder OfBecoming You” will be available for purchase. Special graduation or bat mitzvah sponsorships are available. For more information, call 516-374-B00K (2665) or e-mail info@Lylibrary.org.
Gift of Life 12th Annual Partners for Life Gala
Mayim Bialik, Emcee. Recognizing The Maccabeats. Grand Hyatt Hotel, 6:00 p.m. cocktails, 7:00 p.m. dinner.
For tickets or information please call (800) 9-MARROW x 2914 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow Me: The Yoni
A favorite of audiences at major film festivals, FOLLOW ME: THE YONI NETANYAHU STORY is coming to New York during the week of May 18 through 24 at Lincoln Center and Quad Cinema.
Exclusive discounted tickets are being made available to groups in the region. Screening dates are expected to fill up soon so please contact us immediately if you are interested. Filmmakers available to join your group for a Q&A following the screening.
Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center
Film Society of Lincoln Center
144 West 65th Street, New York, NY
Two theaters: 142 seats available
Tickets are $13 & $9/sr. citizens
Group sales price: $10/ticket
34 W 13th St, New York, NY
145 seats available
Tickets are $11 & $8/sr. citizens
Group sales price (when purchasing 15 or
more): $9/ticket for Monday-Thursday screenings
GROUP SALES CONTACT:
Juda Engelmayer, 917-733-3561
HAFTR High School
Drama Club presents Oliver
Opening night will be Saturday night, May 19th at 9:45 PM. A second performance is scheduled for Sunday evening May 20th at 7PM. Both performances will be at the HAFTR High School Auditorium, 635 Central Avenue, in Cedarhurst. Music, Lyric and Book by Lionel Bart. Licensed by arrangement with Oliver Productions, Ltd. and Oliver Promotions, Ltd. For more information please contact Jennifer Winkler: email@example.com.
Game booths, prizes and gifts, refreshments, exciting rides for all ages, pony rides, crafts
Cedarhurst Park. 12 p.m. – 5 p.m
For more information please call 516-569-3083 or visit www.kulanukids.org. Email Rachael@kulanukids.org.
HAFTR 8th grade students have been working closely with Holocaust survivors to interview them and document their stories on film.
HAFTR High School Auditorium on 635 Central Avenue, Cedarhurst, NY 11516., 7:30 p.m.
The contact person for this event is Rinat Berko: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of the IDF
Inaugural Community Event
Sephardic Temple, 775 Branch Blvd, Cedarhurst, 7 p.m. For more information, please contact Rebecca Feld at (646) 274-9649 or Rebecca.Feld@fidf.org