The 3 to 5 Creating Connections Committee...
Invites you to attend an upcoming Special Interest Group event. Not only will you have fun, but you are likely to make new friends as well! You can choose from hiking and reflecting, sharing great food, seeing and discussing a movie, drinking craft beer, or socializing with new friends (whether you have young children or are an empty nester). Please join us for any of these wonderful activities! For more information, please contact Denis Cohen, Creating Connections Group co-chair, or a group organizer listed below.
MLRT COOKS Shabbat Dinner
Saturday, June 23 | 7:00 pm
Home of Bonnie & Elliott Schulman
Please join MLRT Cooks…. Cocktails, Kosher style bites and Conversation…come and schmooze! We will gather at the Schulman home, 616 Greythorne Road, Wynnewood. We ask you to bring an hors d’oeuvre (homemade is the best) and a beverage to complement (we love wine 🍷). It will be fun to eat, drink and schmooze with all of our foodie friends before we take off with our summer plans.
Contact: David Rawdin or Bonnie Schulman
Movie discussion with appetizer and wine!
We’ll enjoy terrific food and excellent discussion at this great opportunity to meet fellow MLRT members and connect over our enjoyment of cinema. All are welcome to join this active group of movie lovers and newcomers always are warmly received!
Contact: Lynn Spector
Contact Janet Handleman
MLRT BEER GROUP
It's a great way to try new beers and meet new people. Contact Lauren Baldys for more information. All are welcome.
Contact: Scott Ginesin
SHABBAT MORNING HIKE
Will return in the Fall
See the Main Line as you’ve never seen it before with your MLRT community. For questions, please contact Rabbi Newburge or 610-649-7800.
DOWNTOWN TORAH ON TAP
Gather downtown with MLRT members and a member of our clergy (and bring a friend!) to dive into the weekly Torah portion. No prior learning or experience is needed — just an open mind and heart as we learn and share together.
IN OUR COMMUNITY...
You might have heard us say this before, but did you know that over 900 children in the Lower Merion School District receive either free or reduced lunch during the school year? And what happens to these kids over the summer?
We need LOTS of volunteers to help prepare extra food, to help run some fun activities after the kids are finished eating, and to help run the program smoothly. If YOU would like to make a difference in the lives of children and families in you community, please contact Liz Stoller.
JCC MACCABI EXPERIENCE
The JCC Maccabi Experience encompasses all of the Maccabi opportunities available to kids in our community.
These opportunities include:
Link to all the information on their website.
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia