Adult education spring 2008
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Americans for a Safe Israel
A Zionist organization dedicated to the territorial integrity of Israel—including Judea, Samaria, Gaza, the Golan and Jerusalem. AFSI meets for discussion the second Thursday of each month. Unless specified, classes meet at Congregation Shaarie Torah, 920 NW 25th Ave. For information, call 877-288-8488.
Chabad of Bend
Unless specified, classes meet at the Chabad Center, 19747 Dartmouth Ave., Bend. For information, call 541-633-7991 or visit www.jewishbend.com.
Jewish Women’s Circle
This group hosts enriching programs once a month including hands-on crafts, discussions and workshops. Women of all backgrounds and affiliation are welcome. Meets at a private residence. Call for specific dates, times and locations.
Lunch and Learn
Mid-day Talmud study with kosher lunch. Call for specific dates, locations or to schedule a session. Weekdays, noon.
Chabad of Clark County
The Story Behind the Story, a text-based study of Jewish ideas and concepts taken from the weekly Torah reading, meets at Chabad Jewish Center of Vancouver, 9604 NE 126th Ave., Suite 2320. For information, call 360-993-5222 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Mondays, 7:45-8:45 p.m.
Chabad of Eugene
Unless specified, classes meet at Chabad House, 1307 E. 19th Ave., Eugene. For information, call 541-484-7665 or visit www.chabadofeugene.org.
Weekly Torah Study
Journey into the heart of the vast world of Jewish wisdom, ideas and principles to live by as they are learned from the weekly Torah portion. Mondays, 7:30-9 p.m.
Ask the Rebbetzin
Women’s Circle lunch led by Aviva Spiegel. Meets at the atrium in the EMU at the University of Oregon. Wednesdays, 1-2:30 p.m.
Kosher Cooking Club
Aviva Spiegel will teach you the basics of kosher cooking, how to make Shabbat meals and authentic Jewish dishes. Thursdays, 3-6 p.m.
Rosh Chodesh Celebration
Women only—join other Jewish women from your community in celebration of the new moon. Learn about the highlights of the month and engage in a fun, creative project to enhance your learning. Meets monthly at different area locations. Call for specific day, time and location.
Chabad at PDX Campuses
Unless specified, classes meet at the Chabad Jewish Student Center, 5130 SE 30th Ave. #10. For information, call 503-236-6642 or visit www.chabadatportlandcampuses.org.
Explore the hidden secrets of the Torah. Taught by Rabbi Dov Bialo. Fridays, 7:30 p.m.
Lunch and Learn Talmud
This class meets weekly to study the English translation of the original Hebrew/Aramaic text and the analysis of the Talmudic commentators. No prior experience or Jewish education required. Call for day and time.
Chabad of Oregon
Unless specified, classes meet at Bais Menachem, 6688 SW Capitol Hwy. For information, call 503-977-9947 or visit www.chabadoforegon.com.
The text is G-d’s. Moses opens the discussion. Talmudist debate; Maimonides clarifies; Rashi Questions; The Kabbalists reflect. And there is a space reserved just for you. You will find new relevance in ancient teachings. This class is text based, visit the Chabad Web site for more information.
Jewish Women’s Circle
All Jewish women in Portland—regardless of background or affiliation—are invited to attend. Each gathering features a fun and informative hands-on experience, while exploring the Jewish heroines from our collective history. Meets monthly at different times and area locations, call Simi Mishulovin for information at 503-977-9947.
Explore the Talmud; a user-friendly Hebrew-English edition is used. Enjoy the lively discussion that characterizes Talmudic studies and have the opportunity to grapple with the famous logic that has embodied the ultimate Jewish scholarship for nearly two millennia. Sundays, 10-11 a.m.
A serious look at the personal relationship one has with God. Based on the teachings of the Kabbalah and Hassidic masters, this class is geared for the beginning and intermediate level student. Study, discussion and review will be in English. Saturdays, 9 a.m.
The Letter of the Law
Under the guidance of Rabbi Moshe Wilhelm, traverse the entire Torah through the focused lens of Halachah. Dispel the myths and shed light on the intricate details of the vast sea of Jewish observance straight from The Code of Jewish Law. You will study every ordinance of Judaism and gain valuable insight into many of their philosophical underpinnings. Weekdays, 8-8:30 a.m.
Tanya—A Window to the Soul
Drawing on the ancient wisdom of the Kabbalah, as redacted in the text of the most celebrated and seminal volume of Hassidic and Mystical teaching, “The Tanya,” this daily class will open horizons and vistas beyond anything you have ever read, studied or imagined. Daily, 7:50 p.m.
This Study Partner Program provide an opportunity to study the Torah, whether the weekly parasha, Jewish law, the Talmud or Kabbalah. To study one-on-one with an experienced teacher, call to set up a time and location.
Women’s Study Group
This is a weekly study of the upcoming week’s reading, including a discussion of major themes and their practical and mystical lessons applicable to daily life. Call to confirm time. Saturdays, 6 p.m.
Chabad of Salem
Unless specified, classes meet at Chabad Jewish Center of Salem, 520 Tower Dr. NW. For information, call 503-363-0522 or visit www.chabadsalem.com.
Weekly Torah Study
$8 per class. Tuesdays, March 11-May 20. 7:30 p.m.
If you’ve ever wondered about the purpose of creation, if there is free choice or life after death, this is the class for you. Learn the Torah’s view on all these topics and many more. Every other Wednesday. 7:30 p.m.
Explore Jewish topics and schmooze with your friends. Activities include: book club, challah baking, crafts, current events and more. $10 per class. Monthly, call for day and time.
Chabad of S. Oregon
Unless specified, classes meet at Chabad Jewish Center of Southern Oregon, 804 Hillview Dr., Ashland. For information, call 541-482-2778 or visit www.chabadofashland.org.
Gaining Control: Vayikra
A 10-week journey through the book of Leviticus, learn how to direct your energies toward a higher calling and life purpose. Thursdays, March 13-May 15. Noon-1 p.m.
Torah Discussion Group
Join a lively discussion of the week’s Torah portion and current events explored through the lens of the Torah’s lessons. Donations appreciated. Saturdays, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Cong. Ahavath Achim
The Shabbat Speaker Series is held at 11 a.m. every third Shabbat during regular services at Ahavath Achim, 3225 Barbur Blvd. For information, call 503-227-0010 or visit www.ahavathachim.com.
Cong. Beth Israel
Torah study meets at Congregation Beth Israel, 1972 NW Flanders St. For information, call 503-222-1069 or visit www.bethisrael-pdx.org. Saturdays, 9 a.m.
Cong. Kesser Israel
Talmud—Back to the Source is a hands-on exploration of the Gemarah and the
Halachah that emerges from it. Class meets at Kesser Israel, 6698 SW Capitol Hwy. For information, call 503-975-9869 or visit www.kesserisrael.org. Sundays, 9-10 a.m.
Congregation Kol Ami
Unless specified, classes meet at the Kol Ami Learning Center, 1006-B NE 146th St., Vancouver. For information, call 360-896-8088 or visit www.jewishvancouverusa.com.
The May 9-10 weekend of study and celebration will honor the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the State of Israel. Friday evening potluck, bring your own lunch Saturday and a catered dinner Saturday evening. For specific details, call the Kol Ami office.
Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m.
Meets weekly, except for days there is a Saturday service. Saturdays, 10 a.m.-noon.
Cong. Neveh Shalom
Unless specified, classes meet at Congregation Neveh Shalom, 2900 SW Peaceful Lane. For information, call 503-246-8831 or visit www.nevehshalom.org.
Lunch and Learn
Using the text “Swimming in the Sea of Talmud” and other materials, Rabbi Isaak facilitates these brown-bag discussions. Third Thursday of the month from noon-12:45 p.m. Meets at Intel, 5200 NE Elm Young Pkwy., Hillsboro.
Weekly Bible Class
Informal study sessions offer the opportunity for lively discussion of Bible passages. Registration is not required. Taught by Rabbi Joshua Stampfer. Thursdays, 4:30-5:15 p.m.
Shabbat Torah Study
This time of study is offered every Shabbat morning and includes a discussion of the parasha of the week. Taught by Rabbi Daniel Isaak and Rabbi Bradley Greenstein. Saturdays, 9-9:45 a.m.
Weekly Talmud Class
Studying the Talmud is like listening to conversations of rabbis who lived 2,000 years ago. Join Rabbi Stampfer as he interprets their conversations to make them more understandable and timely. Registration is not required. Tuesdays, 5-6 p.m.
Walking with God
Explore the Jewish portrayal of God within different streams of Jewish thought, such as: God in Kabbalah, the Hebrew Bible, the Talmud, medieval Jewish philosophy, midrash, halachah, modern Jewish thought and Hassidut. No knowledge of Hebrew necessary. For days, times and cost, call 503-246-8831.
This class is designed for people preparing to convert to Judaism. Students will meet as a small group to explore the practical, emotional and spiritual ideas surrounding Jewish observance. Students also will meet one-on-one with Rabbi Greenstein. For cost, e-mail Marci Atkins at email@example.com or call 503-293-7308. Mondays, March 17, 24 and 31. 7-8:30 p.m.
Neveh Shalom Reads
Modeled on the “Portland Reads” series, share reactions to Naomi Alderman’s “Disobedience: A Novel.” Discussions are in private residences to encourage diverse community participation. For information, call JoAnn Bezodis at 503-293-7309. Scheduled dates include April 6, 7, 9 and 10.
Cong. Shaarie Torah
Unless specified, classes meet at Shaarie Torah, 920 NW 25th Ave. For information, call 503-226-6131 or visit www.shaarietorah.org.
If you are interested in gaining insight into basic Jewish mysticism, this is the class for you. Taught by Rabbi Zuckerman. Donations accepted. Thursday, March 27. 7:30 p.m.
Many people pray, but do we really understand what we are praying for? This questions and many more regarding kavanah will be explored in a four-session class led by Cantor Vitells. Wednesdays, April 2-30. 7 p.m.
Taught by Steve Carver. Sundays, 9:30 a.m.
Beg./Inter. Biblical Hebrew
Taught by Mike Sheehan. Saturdays, 1:30 p.m.
Thursdays, 7-9 p.m.
Jewish History Class
Monthly class meets in local area homes to learn basic Jewish history as presented by the Jewish National Outreach Program. Donations accepted. Sundays, through April. 7:30-9 p.m.
Led by Rabbi Fisher or Rabbi Spivak. Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m.
Cong. Shir Tikvah
Unless specified, classes meet at the Emerson School, 105 NW Park Ave. For information, call 503-282-1787 or visit www.shir-tikvah.net.
Weekly, continuous study. Bring any translation of the Torah that you want. Saturdays, 9-10:15 a.m.
Lunch ’n Learn Series
Rabbi Ariel Stone explores ways to experience the cycle of spring holy days in more depth. $100. Sessions held March 16, May 4 and June 8 meet at the Emerson school; sessions held April 6 and May 18 meet at Bridgeport UCC, 621 NE 76th Ave. Noon-2 p.m.
Rhythms of Jewish Time
Discuss specific cases of the balance between the Jewish calendar and the American calendar. This class is geared for parents raising Jewish kids, including non-Jewish parents raising Jewish kids. Sundays, 10-11 a.m.
Florence Melton Adult Mini School
Unless specified, classes meet at Congregation Neveh Shalom, 2900 SW Peaceful Lane. For information, call 503-892-3015 or visit www.meltonportland.org.
350 Years of Extraordinary Jewish Women in American
Through primary texts such as letters, newspaper articles, interviews and memoirs, hear the voices of Jewish women across the centuries. Explore the Jewish values they promoted and the impact of their struggles on shaping our views and priorities today. Taught by Mel Berwin. $160 does not include texts. Tuesdays, March 4-May 1. 9-10:15 a.m.
Israeli Literature as a Window into Israeli Society
This course examines Israeli society since the birth of the State in 1948. Through the work of its leading writers, reflections of the mythic Israel are matched by poetry and prose that are challenging and self-critical, and both offer profound insight into the Israeli national psyche. Taught by Sylvia Frankel. $160 does not include texts. Tuesdays, March 4-May 1. 10:30-11:45 a.m. or 7-8:15 p.m.
The History of Crypto-Judaism
This class explores the experience of Jews of the Iberian Peninsula forced to convert to Catholicism during the middle ages and the Renaissance. It also looks at the long-term effects of this conversion movement on subsequent generations. Taught by Rabbi Stampfer. $160 does not include texts. Tuesdays, March 4-May 1. 10:30-11:45 a.m.
The Exodus for Artists studies Torah text and Midrashic commentary in-depth, allowing for incorporation into an individual artist’s work. For information and to register, call Rabbi Laurie Rutenberg at 503-246-5070. Classes meet at Gesher, 10701 SW 25th Ave. Wednesdays, 10-11:30 a.m.
Hadassah, PDX Chapter
Dynamics of Israel Speaker Series includes speakers from fields of diplomacy and government, medicine, academia, arts and culture, environmental protection and more. Call for specific times, dates and locations at 503-244-6389 or visit www.portlandhadassah.org.
Machon—“And You Think Your Family Has Problems?" An informal Bible-based curriculum, Machon—Hadassah’s Jewish Women’s Study Group—welcomes a diverse group of women of all ages. $36 per year or $360 lifetime membership. For information, call 503-244-6389 or visit www.portlandhadassah.org. Sundays from 10 am-noon or Wednesdays from 10:30 am-12:30 pm. Hadassah at Multnomah Village, 3570 SW Troy St.
Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies at PSU
Unless specified, classes meet on the PSU campus, 1825 SW Broadway. For specific room assignment, check the PSU class schedule at www.pdx.edu. For information, call 503-725-4832 or visit www.judaic.pdx.edu.
Jews and Judaism in the U.S.
An exploration of Jewish experience in America from 1945 to the present, including readings, film and sound recordings. Topics include immigrant culture and memory; anti-Semitism; postwar affluence and migration. T/TH, March 31-June 8. 2-3:50 p.m.
Writing the Holy Land
A look at American writing about the Holy Land, from Mark Twain and Herman Melville in the 19th century, to recent memoirs by American Jews who have become Israeli citizens. The course discusses American perspectives on the Middle East; dynamics of American and Jewish identity; literary representations of Palestine and the State of Israel. MW, March 31-June 8. 10:15 am-12:05 p.m.
Psychology of Trauma
How do events such as war, the Holocaust, terror and abuse impact victims, survivors and their families through generations? Students learn about trauma and therapeutic strategies (neuro-biology, resiliency) to prepare for face-to-face interviews of victims and family or for Internet conversations with Israelis (soldiers, settlers, Holocaust survivors, Palestinians). Mondays, March 31-June 8. 5:30-9:10 p.m.
Examine this “land of three faiths” chronologically and thematically, covering the post-Hispano-Roman period of the Visigoths until about 1500, when Muslims and Jews were forcibly expelled from the peninsula or made to convert to Christianity. Topics include the process of cultural assimilation and exclusion practiced among Jews, Christians and Muslims; the process and ideologies of conversion; the place of conquest, invasion and crusade in shaping Spanish identity and more. MW, March 31-June 8. 10-11:50 a.m.
First-Year Modern Hebrew
Introduction to modern Hebrew with an emphasis on basic grammar, syntax, noun and verb formation, listening and reading comprehension, translation, writing and speaking. For non-native speakers of Hebrew only. MWF, March 31-June 8. 9-10:05 a.m.
Second-Year Modern Hebrew
Continued study of grammar and syntax, reading intermediate literary texts, translation, conversation, writing and speaking. For non-native speakers of Hebrew only. MWF, March 31-June 8. 11:30 a.m.-12:35 p.m.
Third-Year Modern Hebrew
Continued study of grammar and syntax, reading intermediate literary texts, translation, conversation, writing and speaking. For non-native speakers of Hebrew only. T/TH, March 31-June 8. 6:40-8:30 p.m.
Unless specified, classes meet at Havurah Shalom, 825 NW 18th Ave. For information, call 503-248-4662 or visit www.havurahshalom.org.
Learn to Read Hebrew
This is a course for beginners focusing on basic reading competency. The class text is “Aleph Isn’t Tough.” Familiarize yourself with the Hebrew letters before the class begins using the free online curriculum Starting with Aleph available at www.ejemm.com or “Reading Hebrew: A Programmed Instruction Book” available in the Havurah office. Saturdays, April 5, 12, 26 and May 10. 3:15-4:45 p.m.
Song of Songs Uncovered
The Song of Songs has no rival in Jewish texts, but what is it, exactly? A beautiful love story or a paean to spiritual wholeness? Deborah Eisenbach-Budner will guide your close reading of the Song of Songs, using classical midrash and contemporary biblical criticism. Wednesdays, March 26, April 2 and April 9. 7-8:30 p.m.
Whether you are looking for a game or want to learn how to play, there is a spot for you. For information, contact Fran Berg at 503-248-4662. Check the Havurah calendar online for dates. Sundays, 3-6 p.m.
Move with Kavannah
Each one-hour session begins with a very brief meditation on a Torah or prayer verse, then a fun aerobic workout follows. All skill levels are welcome to attend. Check the Havurah calendar online for dates. Thursdays, 8:45 a.m.
Meets over lunch twice a month at a downtown office for an informal, provocative glimpse into the study of Talmud. For dates and location, call 503-248-4662 or visit the Havurah calendar online. Tuesdays, 12:10-1 p.m.
Havurah Shir Hadash
Unless specified, classes meet at Havurah Shir Hadash, 195 N. Mountain Ave., Ashland. For information, call 541-488-7716 or visit www.havurahshirhadash.org.
The Psalms of King David
This six-week course will examine the metaphors and wisdom of King David. Selected psalms will be studied in both Hebrew and English. $18 for Havurah and Temple Emek Shalom members and $50 for nonmembers, plus a $20 text fee. Taught by Rabbi David Zaslow. To register, call Bari at 541-488-7716. Tuesdays, March 4-April 8. 7:30 pm.
Talmud study with Rabbi David Zaslow. Mondays, 10 a.m.
Weekly Torah Study
Torah study with Rabbi David Zaslow. Tuesdays, noon.
Institute for Judaic Studies
The 2008 Portland Jewish Film Festival will run from April 3-17. Films from eight countries explore themes of spirituality and Jewish identity worldwide. $75 season pass. To order, send check to the Institute for Judaic Studies, 2900 SW Peaceful Lane, Portland, OR 97239. Tickets also available at the door. In partnership with the NW Film Study Center, where the films will be shown: 1219 SW Park. For information, call 503-246-8831.
Unless specified, classes meet at the Kol Shalom Center, 1509 SW Sunset Blvd., Ste. 2H. For information, call 503-459-4210 or visit www.kolshalom.org.
Discussion topics change weekly. Sundays, 9:45 a.m.
Adult Study Group
A participant-led, informal discussion group studying Jewish culture based on the curriculum designed by Rabbi Adam Chalom of the Society for Humanistic Judaism. For information, call Irv Adler at 503-646-1265. Second Saturday of the month, 1:30 p.m.
A potpourri discussion group addressing current events, Jewish culture and everything else that interests you. Second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, starting April 9. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
A mixed-skills class open to new participants. Taught by Selma Zack. For specific dates, visit the Kol Shalom Web site. No classes in April. Last Saturday of the month, 2-4 p.m.
Mittleman Jewish Community Center
Unless specified, classes meet at the MJCC, 6651 SW Capitol Hwy. For information, call 503-452-3426 or visit www.oregonjcc.org.
Weekly Torah Study
Includes reading and discussion of the text. Led by Federation Executive Vice President Charles Schiffman. Fridays, noon-1:30 p.m.
Write Your Life
Preserve your memoirs for your loved ones, capture your experiences and craft the “right words.” Writing activities are designed to improve creative writing skills; all skill levels welcome. Taught by author Amy Minato. $80 for members, $100 for nonmembers. Wednesdays, May 7 and 28. 4-5 p.m.
Publish Your Writing
Learn various writing and editing techniques, including form, imagery, diction, metaphor, narrative, tone and perspective. Taught by author Amy Minato. $80 for members, $100 for nonmembers. Wednesdays, May 7 and 28. 5-6 p.m.
Beginning Mah Jongg
Learn the Chinese game of Mah Jongg played American-style. Fee includes your own 2008 Mah Jongg League card. Class is limited to eight. $85 for members, $110 for nonmembers. Tuesdays, April 29-June 3. 7-9 p.m.
Kibbitz with a Rabbi
Come Kibbitz with a Rabbi once a month at Cafe at the J. Open to everyone. Rabbi Daniel Isaak will lead March 19; Rabbi Arthur Zuckerman will lead April 16; Rabbi Bradley Greenstein will lead May 21; and Rabbi Benjamin Barnett will lead June 18.
Passages to Freedom
Experience the tastes, sounds and synergy of a women’s seder. For women 18 and older. Led by Cantor Ida Rae Cahana. Co-sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland, Women’s Philanthropy Committee. To register, contact Rachel at 503-892-7413 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Tuesday, April 8. 6 p.m.
Unless specified, classes meet at Portland Kollel, 2429 SW Vermont St. For information, call 503-245-5420 or visit www.portlandkollel.org.
Bring your own chavruta—study partner—and a text of your choice to the Kollel. Rabbis are available for help with your studying. Please call ahead if you are in search of a chavruta. Thursdays, 8:30-9:30 p.m.
Pirkei Avos Class for Women
Class is organized for women by women and is held at different host homes every first and third Tuesday of the month. Instructor Rabbi Menachem Berzon. Join the class by sending an email of interest to email@example.com. 7:30-8:30 p.m.
A light meal with learning on various topics taught by Kollel rabbis. Check the Web site for weekly topics. Sundays, 10 a.m.-noon.
Temple Beth Israel
Unless specified, classes meet at Temple Beth Israel, 2550 Portland St., Eugene. For information, call 541-345-7314 or visit www.tbieugene.org.
Blessings of a Skinned Knee
Based on the writing by Wendy Mogul, this Jewish parenting group discusses how to raise self-reliant, compassionate and ethical children. Participants also glean wisdom from the Torah, the Talmud and Jewish teachings. Limited to parents and care givers of children in grades K-7. $15 advanced registration does not include text; register by March 28. Location TBA. Saturdays, April 5-May 11. 2-4 p.m.
Foundations of Judaism
This class offers a solid introduction and review of Judaism’s lifecycle rituals and traditions. Registration and payment due by March 28. Call for cost. Sundays, April 6-May 18. 3-4:30 p.m.
Using texts and traditions from ancient and modern mystical teachers, examine the inter-relationship of Judaism’s fundamental concepts, and explore ways to apply this understanding to your everyday life. $10 suggested donation. Advance registration preferred. Sunday, April 13. 1:15-3:15 p.m.
Shabbat Afternoon Learning
Rabbi Harris will use lecture and primary source documents to outline the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from a progressive Jewish point of view—a view that affirms Israel’s right to exist as a homeland for the Jewish people and the Palestinians’ right to an independent homeland in the West Bank and Gaza. $18 members, $26 nonmembers. Registration and payment required by April 28. Saturdays, May 3, 10 and 17. 4-6 p.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
Unless specified, classes meet at Temple Beth Sholom, 1274 Cunningham Lane S., Salem. For information, call 503-362-5004 or visit www.tbsholom.org.
Classes will focus on learning key vocabulary for prayer. By understanding key concepts and the Hebrew words, you will develop the ability to understand prayers without having to translate every word. Must know the alef-bet. Free for members, $18 for nonmembers. Taught by Rabbi David Kominsky. Sundays, March 2-April 13. 1 p.m.
Temple Emek Shalom
Unless specified, classes meet at Temple Emek Shalom, 1800 East Main St., Ashland. For information, call 541-488-2909 or visit www.emekshalom.org.
Do the Right Thing
Discuss righteous giving, the difference between charity and tzedakah, the limits of freedom of speech and parameters for deciding how to donate and to whom. Taught by Judy Visser. Bring tzedakah. Thursdays, March 27 and April 24. 7-8:15 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to participate. You do not need to be fluent in Hebrew. Bring your favorite Chumash (translation of the Torah). Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Taught by Judy Vissner. $10 weekly for nonmembers. Fridays, 11 a.m.
Jewish Shiur and Meditation
Rabbi Marc Sirinsky offers a weekly shiur (spiritual teaching), followed by group discussion. Each session closes with 10 minutes of silent meditation. Fridays, noon-1 p.m.
Adv. Prayer Book Hebrew
Taught by Davida Stockton. Mondays, 7 p.m