JFS Luncheons

SAJFS hosts monthly luncheons for members of our community to socialize and learn together. The food is always delicious, and our programs include history, arts, and culture lectures, as well as light entertainment. Unless otherwise advertised, the luncheons are held the second Thursday of each month at Temple Beth Shalom from noon to 1:30 p.m.

We are happy to arrange transportation for you if necessary.

 

Aug. 9: Annual barbecue at the home of Leslie and Murray Huppin

Sept. 13: NO LUNCHEON DUE TO HIGH HOLIDAYS

Oct. 20 or 21: Hilary Bernstein, director of education for the Anti-Defamation League’s Northwest regional office, will speak to our community at a special brunch or dinner (TBD) co-sponsored by the Temple Beth Shalom Education Dept.

Nov. 8: We will enjoy bag lunches followed by a tour of the Jundt Art Museum’s current exhibits.

Dec. 13: Jewish community members Rick Singer and Hilary Hart will reflect on their spring 2018 photo exhibit “Spokane Women Together.”

Jan. 10, 2019: Michael Sporre, a regular substitute violinist with both the Helena and Great Falls symphonies, will perform at our first luncheon of the new year.

Feb 14: We’ll visit Orlando’s, the restaurant of SCC’s acclaimed culinary institute, where students and staff will answer questions about the program while we dine.

March 14: The acclaimed Mukogawa Women’s Ensemble performs at our Valentine’s Day luncheon.

April 11: We’ll have lunch at a local restaurant and then visit SCC’s Planetarium.

May 9: After lunch we’ll watch a Jewish-themed movie, possibly 2007’s Noodle.

June 13: We’ll enjoy a picnic lunch at Manito Park.

July 11: We’ll undertake a gentle hike somewhere local and eat bag lunches on the way.

 

*Programs are subject to change