Bring a blanket and picnic dinner and enjoy Shabbat on the Beach as you watch the sun dip below the horizon of beautiful Main Beach in East Hampton. Jewish Center of the Hamptons welcomes everyone, young and old, regardless of faith, to this lively, spiritual event. Following the service, led by Rabbi Joshua Franklin and Cantor/Rabbi Debra Stein, we invite you to stay for the bonfire and s’mores. A welcoming community of well over a hundred will gather every Friday night from Memorial Day to Labor Day to celebrate this special day.
Shabbat is viewed as the pinnacle of the creation of the universe. Its observance can be seen as a reminder of the purposefulness of the world and the role of human beings in it.
It is portrayed in Jewish liturgy, song, and story as a day of joy. Please join us for this special Jewish Center of the Hamptons tradition. There is no charge for attending this event.
Fresh challah, baked by Ludlow farms, will be available for purchase on the beach.
¨ May 24 (Lag B’Omer), 31
¨ June 7, 14, 21, 28
¨ July 5, 12, 19, 26*
¨ August 2, 9**, 16, 23, 30
* with Musical Guest Cantor Dan Singer
** with Musical Guest Rebecca Schoffer of Shababa
JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS: WHO WE ARE
We are the Jewish spiritual and cultural oasis on the East End of Long Island, in Manhattan, and beyond. Rooted in Torah, prayer, and acts of loving kindness, the Jewish Center of the Hamptons shares the joy of the Jewish traditions and deepens our connections to a rich heritage through progressive Jewish values and a diversity of Jewish voices. In our many avenues of learning we seek to bring relevance and meaning to our daily lives. We are a center without walls, connected to Israel, and the Jewish people wherever they might dwell. We welcome each person regardless of gender, sexual orientation, and race, embracing anyone who chooses to join us on our Jewish journey. As a socially conscious congregation, we dedicate ourselves to mitzvot, fulfilling our obligations to God, and to one another. Come find your center, here.
WHAT: UJA-Federation of New York’s Hamptons Trunk Show is a must-attend event featuring designer clothing, jewelry, accessories, and home décor for sale, along with music and refreshments in an elegantly tented outdoor space. Twenty percent of the proceeds of all sales benefit UJA-Federation, which helps care for New Yorkers of all backgrounds and Jews everywhere.
Rain or shine. Free parking available.
WHEN: Thursday, August 1, 2019
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
WHERE: Bridgehampton Historical Society
2368 Montauk Highway
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
CHARGE: Early bird ticket: $40* through Tuesday, July 30, 2019. This will include access to the VIP express entrance.
Registration at the door: $60*
*$30 of your contribution per person -- the value of the event -- is not tax-deductible.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Remi Engel at email@example.com or 212.836.1335
About UJA-Federation of New York
For more than 100 years, UJA-Federation has brought New Yorkers together to solve some of the most pressing problems facing our community. Through UJA, more than 50,000 donors impact the issues that matter most to them, pooling their resources to care for Jews everywhere and New Yorkers of all backgrounds, respond to crises close to home and far away, and shape our Jewish future. Working with a network of hundreds of nonprofits, UJA extends its reach from New York to Israel to nearly 70 other countries around the world, touching the lives of 4.5 million people each year. For more information on how to donate or volunteer, please visit our website at www.ujafedny.org.
SAVE THE DATE
Saturday, August 3, 2019
Dinner and Dancing 7:30pm
Honoring Martin and Jean Shafiroff
To Benefit The Jenny & John Paulson Emergency Department
RSVP 631-726-8700 ext 7
Every Monday starting at 5 pm we are turning our bar into a "pop up" tiki bar. We decorate the bar and encourage our regulars and staff to dress the part to add to the experience.
Both the food and drink menus are available at the tables along with out regular menu, but for the full experience we suggest sittig at the bar.
Come on down to enjoy a fun and interesting Monday night!
Cove Hollow Tavern
85 Montauk Hwy,
East Hampton, NY
Jewish Center of the Hamptons will start off its summer season with its highly-anticipated Salon Series. Each Thursday night at 7:00pm, from June 27 through August 29, noteworthy speakers from around the country will join us for a casual and informative discussion. Attendees will have an opportunity to engage with the guests as they share personal anecdotes from their diverse careers. (Note, there will be no Salon event on July 4)
June 27 | MICHAEL MUSTO, Journalist, Author and RABBI LYLE ROTHMAN, Jewish Chaplain, University of Miami Hillel.
The Quality of Equality: A conversation about being gay in today’s America
Jewish Center of the Hamptons honors Pride Month and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots with guest speakers, Michael Musto, award winning journalist, author and former columnist for the Village Voice, along with Rabbi Lyle Rothman, a member of Rabbis Without Borders, and the Jewish Chaplain at University of Miami Hillel. Don’t miss this relevant and timely discussion.
July 11 | PAUL GOLDBERGER, Architectural Critic, Author
Goldberger talks about his new book, Ballpark: Baseball in the American City
Goldberger is a Pulitzer Prize winning architectural critic and educator, and a Contributing Editor for Vanity Fair magazine. In his new book, Ballpark: Baseball in the American City, he takes an exhilarating new look at the history of baseball, told through the stories of the vibrant and ever-changing ballparks where the game was and is staged. He examines how the site details and the requirements of the game--the diamond, the outfields, the walls, the grandstands--shaped our most beloved ballparks.
July 18 | LORRAINE BRACCO, Academy Award Nominated Actress, and ANGELA LAGRECA, Emmy award-winning producer and comedian.
Few actresses have left such an indelible mark in cinema as Lorraine Bracco, both in her performance as Karen Hill, her Academy Award nominated role in Goodfellas, and as Dr. Jennifer Melfi, Tony Soprano’s psychiatrist in the Sopranos. In conversation with Emmy Award winning producer Angela LaGreca, the discussion runs the gamut from the changing role of women in film, and the effect of the Me Too movement in Hollywood.
July 25 | FAITH POPCORN (CEO of Brain Reserve, best-selling author) and SUSAN L. SOLOMON (CEO and Founder of The New York Stem Cell Foundation) Futurist Popcorn, the "Nostradamus of Marketing" and CEO of Faith Popcorn’s BrainReserve, applies her insights into cultural and business trends to develop new strategies and innovate products, services, and experiences. Solomon spearheads the world’s leading independent non-profit research institute dedicated to translating cutting- edge stem cell research into clinical breakthroughs and cures for patients. Together, the two women talk about the brave new world to come.
Additional guests this summer will include, Ron Delsener (Chairman of Live Nation, largest promoter in the New York area since the 60s), Stephen M. Silverman (Twenty-year veteran of Time Inc. and founding editor of People.com), Steve Cuozzo (Writer and New York Post Editor), Terrie Sultan (Director of Parrish Art Museum) and Artist, Ross Bleckner.
Thursday Night Salon is FREE of charge for JCOH Members. Non-members can purchase advance tickets here for $15: https://jcoh.org/salon/