Chanukah celebrations are everywhere in Santa Clarita, with TBA spreading the holiday lights throughout our community. We invite you to join us in Temple Beth Ami’s annual Chanukah events:
Tuesday, Dec. 12, 6:30pm - Storytime at the Canyon Country Library
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 6pm - Join us as we light the Stevenson Ranch Community menorah at Stevenson Ranch Parkway and Holmes Place
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 6:30pm - Storytime at the Old Town Newhall Library
Thursday, Dec. 14, 7pm - Chanukah Party and Storytime at Barnes & Noble, Valencia. Fun for all ages! (3rd Night)
Friday, Dec. 15, 8pm - Don’t miss TBA’s famous Chanukah Party and Shabbat Celebration at Temple Beth Ami. Pasha and volunteer family Award presentation!
Saturday, Dec. 16, 7pm - Vodka/Latke at the Blazer’s
Sunday, Dec. 17, 5pm - Santa Clarita’s Jewish Community Party at Westfield’s Valencia Town Center (inside mall at former carousel location)
Tuesday, Dec. 19, 6:30pm - Storytime at the Valencia Library
In the last 11 years Temple Beth Ami has traveled to Israel seven times. This is a remarkable amount of trips for a community of any size.
As many of you know we just announced our departure for our first Jewish Heritage Trip to Spain and Portugal! The trip will be from June 24th through July 7th. We will retrace the footsteps of our ancestors. Included on our itinerary are visits to both ancient synagogues and modern Jewish centers. We will have the opportunity to experience the natural beauty of Andalusia that still inspires poetry and song. Join us as we explore the rich cultural history of Sepharad.
More information can be found on the TBA website:
We will be having an informational tour meeting on Thursday, January 11th at 7 pm with videos and literature on our journey (Spanish wine and cheese too!). Please call 661-255-6410 to RSVP.
Rest assured, if you have to miss this trip you will have an opportunity to travel back to Israel with us the following year. As we live out the dream, L’shanah ha-ba’ah B’Yeruslayim, Next Year in Jerusalem or Spain/Portugal.
Rabbi Mark Blazer
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