Upcoming EventsMar28TueApr1SatApr4TueApr7FriApr8SatApr11Tue6:00 pm Congregational SederCongregational SederApr 11 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pmYou are cordially invited to the Shir Shalom Congregational Seder Tuesday, April 11 at 6:00 PM Our Congregational Seder is for all ages. The Rabbis and Cantor bring the Haggadah to life. Come and Enjoy! Members: $40* for adults, $22* … Continue reading →Apr15SatApr21Fri10:00 am Bim Bom Baby ShabbatBim Bom Baby ShabbatApr 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 amMOMS, DADS, AUNTS, UNCLES, AND GRANDPARENTS! BIM BOM BABY SHABBAT Please join us to celebrate Shabbat with Temple Shir Shalom’s Rabbis. Bim Bom Baby is geared to babies and children 0-4 years old. Braid challah, sing songs, and make new … Continue reading →
Guess who’s turning 90?
Please join us for a special congregational celebration to honor our own: Arthur Fishman on the simcha of his 90th birthday on Saturday, March 4th at 6:30pm in the Andrew Foltyn Social Hall.
Enjoy a strolling dinner, cocktails and a silent auction starting at 6:30pm. A special Havdalah Shabbat Service will follow at 8:00pm in the Dave & Joyce Sakwa Family Sanctuary where our Rabbis will be presenting the first copy of our beautiful new Prayer Book: The Fifth Direction to Art as a gift to mark his blessed milestone. Help us fill Art’s “dance card” after Havdalah as the party continues with sweets and music.
Art’s love of family and friends, his service to our country, his commitment to Temple Shir Shalom, and his energetic passion for life are an inspiration to us all.
Please join us for $36 per person and purchase your tickets here by Friday, February 24. Can’t join us? Honor Art by placing an ad in his tribute book. Complete the tribute book form here and return to the the Temple office by Friday, February 17, 2017.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Jewish War Veterans and the Art Fishman Burning Bush Fund.
Why the color purple? That color signifies a good deal about the person it celebrates and honors for the milestone of a 90th birthday. It is a color that represents wisdom, dignity, creativity and independence – all elements that capture the essence of Art.