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Saturday, February 14 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
For Grandparents Only!

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What can our tradition and secular writings teach us about being Jewish grandparents? How might we understand them in ways that are nonjudgmental, welcoming, and appropriate to our individual families? We will go from peshat (what the words mean) to drash (what we can learn from them), examining sources and suggestions. We will also examine the Jewish perspectives on time and celebration and how they can inform vibrant, meaningful, intergenerational Jewish family activities for holidays and every day!


Sharon Halper

Sharon Halper has served as a Jewish educator for over three decades in informal, congregational and communal settings. Her work has been published by the URJ Press, Torah Aura Productions and Behrman House. She has written for the Ziv Tzedakah Fund, socialaction.com, grandparentsforsocialaction.org and morim-madrichim.org. Although nominally retired, she teaches adult and family education in several congregations and for the Melton Adult... Read More →

Saturday February 14, 2015 3:45pm - 5:00pm

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