70 faces events in Boston this weekend
March 10, 2011
This weekend, Drew and I will be heading off to Boston to spend a few nights with my sister so that I can do a trio of events around 70 faces! Here's a reminder of our schedule for the weekend:
"Lunch and Learn" reading/discussion after services at Bnai Or, the Jewish Renewal congregation of Boston, March 12 (after services - noonish.) I'll also be giving the d'var Torah during the service, which will feature some poetry as well. All are welcome to attend the service (which will be accessible & engaging), which begins at 10am, or just to come for the lunch-and-learn; if you can, please let me know if you're planning to come so I can let them know roughly how many visitors to expect! And bring a bag lunch. Andover Newton Theological School, 210 Herrick Road, Newton Centre. (Directions.)
- Reading/conversation about my journey with the women in the Sisterhood of Temple Aliyah, March 13, 11am. Event will be in a private home. For more information contact adenacb (at) verizon (dot) net.
Reading/signing in the parlor of the the Unitarian Universalist church in Arlington, sponsored by the Jewish Connections group, March 13, 2:30pm. 630 Mass Ave, Arlington Center. (Parking is on the other side of Mass Ave in municipal parking lots -- both directly across Mass Ave and diagonally across the Arlington Center intersection, with an entrance on Route 60/Mystic Street. Parking is free on Sundays.)
(Here's a list of all of the events happening as part of my 70 faces book tour.) If you're able to join me for any or all of the above, please do. I'll have books to sell, and I'm always happy to meet people who are interested in Judaism, poetry, or the combination of the two!