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Come to our upcoming JLI course, "Fascinating Facts" 

Explore your Jewish heritage with intriguing insights in this entertaining and enlightening new six-week course from the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI), Fascinating Facts: Exploring the Myths and Mysteries of Judaism. Guaranteed to enthrall even the most seasoned trivia buff, this treasure trove of "who knew?" Jewish factoids spans a wide range of intriguing subjects, including Biblical stories, Jewish life cycle events, mysteries of the occult, Jewish foods and festivals, the Hebrew language, and Jewish myths, misconceptions and urban legends. 

Two Westboro Locations:

  1. Boroughs JCC, 45 Oak St. 6 Thursdays at 7:30pm.  Starts Nov. 17
  2. Belmont Center, 276 Turnpike Rd.  6 Sundays at 10:30am. Starts Nov. 20th

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Chabad Hebrew School meets every Sunday between Sept. 22th, 2014, and June 7th, 2015, unless otherwise indicated, at 276 Turnpike Rd, Westboro, Route 9 Eastbound (upstairs from the Whiz Store and Landry's Bicycles)

 
 

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