Celebrating Jewish Life and Culture!
November 3 - 21, 2004
- Hundreds of titles available!
- Books, videos and music make great Chanukah gifts!
- Guest authors, noteable book reviewers and hundreds of titles available!
Congregation Ner Tamid
2761 Emerson Ave., Las Vegas
November 3 - 8, 2004
Milton I. Schwartz Hebrew Academy
9700 Hillpoint Dr., Summerlin
November 15 - 16, 2004
Temple Beth Shalom
107 Havenwood Lane, Summerlin
November 18 - 21, 2004
Volunteers are needed to help set up books and to assist with sales!
Call the JCC for more information!
Check back here for future information!
For information on Cultural Arts programs contact Alicia Rothschild, Program Director, firstname.lastname@example.org or 794-0090 ext. 104.
An Evening with Edwin Black
Wednesday, October 27 at 7 pm
Temple Beth Shalom
10700 Havenwood Lane
Edwin Black is an award winning New York Times and international best-selling investigative author.
program will focus on his most recent book 'Banking on Baghdad,' in
which Black documents a long record of war profiteering in Iraq, and
chronicles the tragic and turbulent 7,000 year history of Iraq.
Reservations may be made by calling JCC 794-0090. There is no charge to attend.
Renee Taylor in
"An Evening with Gold Meir"
Sunday, January 23 at 3pm
Charleston Heights Arts Center
Tickets are $10 for JCC members/$12 for Non-members
After the performance, Ms. Taylor will come out with the audience
BECOME A PATRON OF THE ARTS
Patrons of the Arts specifically support JCC Jewish Cultural Arts
programs. Patrons are acknowledged in advertising associated to arts
Patron Levels include:
- Artist: $180
- Patron: $500
- Donor: $1000
- Visionary: $5000
ARE YOU TALENTED? ARE YOU CREATIVE?
The annual hit variety show Viva Oy Vegas! will again be on stage in
what promises to be the best show yet! If you are Jewish, have a
special talent and have always dreamed of being "on stage," give the
JCC a call to sign up for an audition.
If your inspiration is that of an artist, the Annual Jewish Arts
Festival is for you. This community-wide celebration will take place on
Sunday, January 16, 2005, in conjunction with the Las Vegas Jewish Film
Festival at the Suncoast Hotel and Casino. In keeping with the theme of
Jewish Arts Week, the festival will be highlighting Jewish art. All
fine artists and craftspeople are encouraged to contact the Jewish
Community Center to arrange for an appointment.