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Upcoming Events at Park Synagogue 

 Global Climate Change: Weathering The Storm

Thursday, February 12 @ 7:15 pm (doors open at 7:00 pm)
Park Synagogue East
RSVPs due February 9
FREE and open to the community

We often hear about climate change in the news today, with a drought in California followed by torrential rains and mud slides, more frequent storms and hurricanes, and a general increase in temperatures. What are the causes, scope and impact of these changes? How are these changes affected by the global population? What effects does climate change have on humans, animals, and plants? What actions can individuals and communities take to reverse or lessen the changes? Hear a panel of experts help us understand climate change and its effects—environmentally, economically, health-wise—on everyone and everything in our region and around the world. Come with your questions! Free and open to the community. Download the flyer here.

RSVP’s requested to Ellen Petler at or (216) 371-2244 ext. 122.

Joe Arnoff and Jeff Marks are Co-Chairs of the program, which is sponsored by Park’s Social Action Committee.

Karaoke Night
Saturday, February 21 @ 7:30 pm
Park Synagogue East
$25 Per person
RSVPs due February 11

Vie for the title of Karaoke King & Queen by singing your favorite tunes with your friends and the Park clergy! A fun night is in store with Karaoke by Terry Macklin, appetizers, desserts, wine, beer and spirits! 

RSVP online at or by mailing names and payment (checks payable to Park Synagogue Men's Club) to: Danny Silverstein, 9441 Pam Court Twinsburg, OH 44087.

Download the flyer here. 

Trivia Night
Saturday, February 28 @ 7:30 pm
Park Synagogue East
$15/Park Member   $18/Guest
RSVP by February 20

Test your knowledge at our second annual Trivia Night! Teams of 10 will answer questions on a wide variety of subjects. Make up your own team or have us place you with others. The table with the most correct answers will win the “grand prize”! Enjoy munchies, wine, soft drinks, and delicious desserts during the evening.

Register online here or download the flyer/RSVP form here.

Brought to you by the great minds of Gesher, Men's Club, Park Family Connection, Park Senior Adults, Sisterhood, Women's Rosh Chodesh Group, and the Young Mensches!

The Pianist of Willesden Lane
Sunday, March 1 @ 2:30 pm
Cleveland Play House, Allen Theater
$29 per person (parking not included)
Limited Seats- RSVP by February 6

At age 14, pianist Lisa Jura, a young Jewish girl living with her family in Vienna during the Nazi occupation, was separated from everything and everyone she knew and loved. In The Pianist of Willesden Lane, Jura’s daughter, renowned pianist Mona Golabek, brings her mother’s true tale of survival as a kindertransport child. The play tells the remarkable story of Lisa’s years in wartime London where she lived on Willesden Lane in a group home for Jewish children. Featuring live performances by Ms. Golabek of classics by Chopin, Beethoven and Debussy, the play is a deeply moving story infused with hope and the life-affirming power of music. Questions? Contact Ellen Petler at or (216) 371-2244, ext. 122.

Download the flyer/RSVP form here.

Sponsored by the Women's Rosh Chodesh Group - open to all. 

Mahj & Mingle
Tuesday, March 3 @ 6:45 - 9:00 pm
Park Synagogue East
$5.00 donation to
 Park’s Nashim Education Fund for Women

Park women of all ages and skill levels are invited to our monthly Mahj & Mingle held on the first Tuesday of the month. You must bring your own mahj rules and mahj set, if you own one. 

Please let us know: if you need instruction (by experienced players); if you are coming with a group; and/or if you would like to teach. RSVP to Adele Sheftel at or (216) 371-2244, ext. 161. 
Questions? Contact Kandi Friedman at (216) 292-3161 or

2015 Mahj cards can be ordered until January 20th by sending a check (payable to Hadassah) to:
Illene Rosewater, 1839 Euston Dr., Mayfield Hts. 44124.
Cards are $8.00 for standard and $9.00 for large.

Cleveland Orchestra Friday Morning Concert
Friday, March 20 @ 9:30 am
Severance Hall
$38/Park Member   $45/Guest
Cost includes 
round trip bus transportation, reserved seat ticket for concert and driver’s tip)
Limited seats available, RSVP by February 13

Join Park Senior Adults for a special morning at Severance Hall! Enjoy the Cleveland Orchestra Friday Morning concert featuring Rachmaninoff’s 2nd Symphony (Romantic), conducted by Jahja Ling. We will meet at Park Synagogue East to board our small private bus that will take us to the 11:00 am concert and back. Questions or need transportation to Park Synagogue East? Contact Ellen Petler at or (216) 371-2244, ext. 122. 

Download the flyer/RSVP form here.

Sponsored by Park Senior Adults. Open to Park members and guests of all ages.  

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