Nov 18, at TBE in the Adult Lounge, 7:30-9:30
What’s Up? WhatsApp
Join us as we learn about new and safer ways to communicate.
Jim Keen will be working with us as we discover, or become more expert at snapchat, facebook, twitter, instagram, WhatsApp.
Jim Keen started Keen Focus Technology Tutoring back in 2013. He is a teacher, business owner, husband, and father of two. He developed his curiosity for “how things work” as a child back in the 1970s while tinkering (unsupervised) with an electro-mechanical pinball machine in his basement. After successfully rigging the machine to play free games without “tilting,” and without electrocuting himself, Jim progressed into the world of 1980s computing with Apple’s Mac SE. He began troubleshooting technical problems for friends (including his future wife, Bonnie) while earning his Bachelors in Communication at the University of Michigan. Later, while working toward his Masters in Education at U of M, Jim became highly involved in educational technology and has used it in both the classroom and in the homes of his clients to help teach them how to use their technology.
Dec 2, in the Adult Lounge, 7-8:30
Crochet a kippah
This program will run Dec and January. If you attend both programs, you may get 2 kippurim out of it. This will run at the same time as the Fiber Arts Group. More details and costs to follow. The first kippah we make will be a simple single and double crochet. I will purchase both white and natural color crochet threads for the project. If you want to add school colors– maze and gold or green, I will have some of that also for you to use. Cost for both sessions is $10. You will get crochet thread and a size 6 crochet hook.
Please rsvp to Hillary Handwerger at email@example.com. Let me know which color yarns you would like
Dec 18, in Rooms 11-12, 7:30-9:00
Enjoy each other’s company and creativity. Bring in 2-3 dozen of your favorite Chanukah cookies, and go home with same amount- but such a variety!
Come for desserts, coffee, and time to chat. Share recipes, techniques, family stories, ideas.
Jan 3, 2020– Crocheting a kippah, part 2- a little fancier if you want
Jan 11, 2020
Membership Appreciation Function
High Tea a la Downton Abbey. Stay tuned for more information
Feb 2, 9
alligraphy (with illumination) in two sessions, led by Marianne Aaron. 1-4pm. More information at https://wtbe.org/whats-happening/programms/caligraphy/
March 7, 2020
See LUNGS with the Women of TBE. Put on by Kickshaw Theater.
The world is getting hotter, there’s unrest overseas—the seas themselves aren’t very calm—and one couple is thinking about their future. Duncan Macmillan’s chamber drama follows a couple through the surprising lifecycle of their relationship, as they grapple with questions of family and change, hope, betrayal, happenstance, and the terrible pain that you can only cause the people you love. An intimate look at epic questions of chance, change, and consequence.
Lungs can be seen at trustArt Studios, 7885 Jackson Rd. Miriam Weininger is coordinating this event. Tickets range in price from $15.00 – $50.00. More information, including possible dinner before the event will come soon.
April 6- Knitting- scarfs
April 24- Visit to Downtown Synagogue and D’Mongo’s Speakeasy, Detroit
Services and Dinner at historic Downtown Synagogue in Detroit. Cheese sandwiches, drinks and music afterwards at D’Mongo’s Speakeasy, next door. Original link to the Purple Gang. See the art, enjoy the best cheese sandwich in US, listen to the music.
May 4- knitting- scarfs