Be Happy, it’s Rosh Chodesh Adar: February 18

All Jewish women are invited to celebrate the new month of Adar with ritual, song, and a really intriguing theme: What Can You Do to Become a Great Ancestor?
 
Wouldn’t you love to read a first-person account of your great grandparents’ lives? Who wouldn’t?! Would it be fascinating to read about the times your ancestors lived through and the relationships, experiences, and events that influenced them? Well, we all have interesting life stories to share, and future generations of our families will be interested to hear our stories.
Susan Milstein, a personal historian who has helped dozens of people record their life stories, will lead us in a discussion about how we can record our stories and family memories for our children, grandchildren, and for future generations.
Join us for this interactive presentation. We’ll supply paper and pencils … you’ll supply your own stories and maybe a nosh to share.
Please note the change of date and location: Wednesday, February 18 in Congregation Beth Ami’s Multi-Purpose Room at 7pm!

On Rosh Chodesh Shevat,

Laura Campbell of the City of Rohnert Park’s Public Works department shared her expertise on how to plant for a dry climate and answered questions about our own yards and gardens.
Rosh Chodesh Shevat Shevat speaker