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TC to hold several Tu B’Shevat programs

Temple Concord will hold three program for Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for the Trees, which falls on January 27-28 this year. For more information about the programs or to register for them, contact the temple office at TempleConcordbinghamton@gmail.com or 723-7355.

Shabbat Tu B’Shevat se…

TI-TC Adult Ed. to hold virtual program on January 17

The Temple Israel/Temple Concord Adult Education Group will present the virtual program “Select Jewish Shorts” on Sunday, January 17, at 10:30 am. The program will be dramatic readings of select Jewish short stories. Members of Temple Israel and Temple Concord will receive the Zoom link …

TC offers Afro-Semitic Experience in concert on January 16

Temple Concord will join with several synagogues to offer a livestream concert featuring The Afro-Semitic Experience on Saturday, January 16, at 8 pm. 

The Afro-Semitic Experience is a band of African-American and Jewish-American musicians who are dedicated to preserving, promoting and exp…

TC Sisterhood to offer Esserman’s annual book review on January 24

Rabbi Rachel Esserman will discuss three books at the annual Temple Concord Sisterhood book talk on Sunday, January 24, at 11 am, on Zoom. The event is open to the public. Options to join the Zoom meeting include contacting Lani Dunthorn for the link at lani.dunthorn@yahoo.com, or joining th…

Film Fest to hold virtual screening in January by Reporter Staff

By Reporter staff

The Jewish International Film Fest of Greater Binghamton will hold a virtual showing of the Israeli romantic-comedy “Born in Jerusalem and Still Alive” directed by Yossi Atia and David Ofek. The film is in Hebrew (with subtitles) and English. It was named Best First Fi…