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VSHJ Passover Seder on Tuesday, April 11th

Everyone is welcome to join our annual community Passover celebration at the Jewish Community Centre of Victoria (3636 Shelbourne St.) on Tuesday, April 11th.

Doors open 5:00 pm, Seder begins 5:30 pm sharp.

Our Passover Seder includes a traditional Passover dinner, a non-traditional, humanistic haggadah, and lots of singing and schmoozing. 

The cost is $25 for VSHJ members; $35 for non-members; $15 for students, low income individuals, and children 6 – 12 years. Children under 6 years free. Family maximum (2 adults and children 12 years and under) is $75 for members and $90 for non-members.

A play corner for young children will be available if requested.

Please bring your own wine.

Registration is limited to the first 50 persons. So to ensure seating, please confirm your participation as soon as possible. Registrations will be cut off as soon as 50 people have been registered, or on Tuesday, March 28th whichever occurs first.

The registration form is available below:

VSHJ Pesach Seder Notice and Registration Form 2017

Contact Harriet Bull for further information at (250)888-6192 or harrietbull1@gmail.com.

VSHJ Talk on Saturday, March 25th

WhenSaturday, March 25th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm
WhereJewish Community Centre of Victoria, 3636 Shelbourne Street
 
Aging Cleverly
How to keep our balance as we age. A few brain games to enhance our word finding and memory skills, some practical strategies for navigating the forgetful terrain of old age, a few songs about aging with humour and acceptance, and lots of shared brainstorming about aging cleverly, with vibrant energy, mental clarity, purpose, and delight.
 
Nomi Kaston, M.Sc., is a Speech Language Pathologist in private practice, here in Victoria.
She earned her Master of Science degree at McGill University, in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Her Masters thesis was a study of communication patterns in families of people with Aphasia, the loss of language due to stroke or brain injury. She has served on a Brain Injury rehabilitation team, and served many people with age-related problems in memory, word finding, and interpersonal communicating. Her greatest credential for addressing this topic, though, is that she turned 65 this month, and is taking lessons in gracious, clever aging from her own parents, Murray and Eleanor Enkin. Nomi will entertain us and inspire us to live all the days of our life.
 
Refreshments will be served.
Everyone is welcome.