Feb 092014

David Harris-Gershon (via the Jewish Community Center)

David Harris-Gershon (via the Jewish Community Center)

Explore Israeli culture this month at the Israel Coffeehouse Series presented by the New Orleans Jewish Community Center on Wednesday, Feb. 12 and Feb. 19. The events include a film screening, literature readings and a shaskshua dinner.

For more information, see the following news release from the New Orleans Jewish Community Center:

The JCC is pleased to present its Israel Coffeehouse Series featuring film and literature with an Israeli theme, presented in a relaxed, coffeehouse setting.

On February 12, David Harris-Gershon will present, What Do You Buy the Children of the Terrorist Who Tried to Kill Your Wife?  A Memoir.  

On February 19, the JCC will screen the documentary Garden of Eden, which follows one full year at Gan HaShlosha, better known as the “Sakhne,” one of the largest, most famous and most visited parks in Israel. 

Both events will take place at 7:30 p.m. in the Grant Board Room at the Uptown JCC. 

Admission is free and open to the community.

A shakshuka dinner will be offered on February 12, and a deli dinner will be available for February 19. Dinners are $5 cash at the door and must be reserved in advance

  One Response to “Israel Coffeehouse Series offers literature or film over dinner this week”

  1. Reservations can be made by writing liba@nojcc.org

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