Salt Lake Tribune - NEWS FROM THE PEWS - 11/14/1992
Educator to Speak on Concept of Messiah
The concept of Moshiach -- the Messiah -- will be the subject of a Nov. 23 lecture at Salt Lake City's Jewish Community Center, 2416 E. 1700 South. The 7:45 p.m. lecture is free to the public and is sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah and the community center.
Featured speaker will be J. Immanuel Schochet, Toronto. He is professor of philosophy at Humber College, dean of degree studies at Maimonides College, rabbi of Kielcer Congregation and the author of more than two dozen books.
Mr. Schochet is the author of a comprehensive book on Moshiach. The work is a best-seller and has gone through three editions in less than a year. It has been translated into Spanish, Russian, Hebrew, Persian, Portuguese, and other languages.
Salt Lake Tribune - NEWS FROM THE PEWS - 12/12/1992
``Chanukah Live: The World Celebrates Chanukah Together via Satellite'' will be telecast Dec. 20 -- the second evening of Chanukah, or Hanukkah -- by more than 80 public television stations and hundreds of local cable systems in the United States and other countries.
The television audience will be able to watch thousands of Hanukkah celebrants -- gathered at landmark locations such as the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Kremlin in Russia, the White House in Washington D.C., and the Lubavitch headquarters in New York City -- in Menorah lighting ceremonies.
At Lubavitch headquarters, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson Shlita, will participate in the proceedings.
Utah viewers will be able to watch the program on KBYU Channel 11 and KULC Channel 9 at 1 p.m.
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will offer a public Giant Menorah lighting on Dec. 19 at 7 p.m. in the atrium in front of ZCMI in Foothill Village. This will be the state's largest menorah.
Salt Lake Tribune - NEWS FROM THE PEWS - 11/27/1993
Lubavitcher Rebbe Needs Prayers
Rabbi Benny Zippel, director of Utah's Chabad Lubavitch, Rabbi Benny Zippel, is asking Utah Jews to join in an International Week of Prayer Sunday through Dec. 4.
During the observance, he says, Jews throughout the world are being urged to pray for the health and recovery of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem M. Schneerson, whose medical condition recently has worsened due to a stroke he suffered nearly two years ago.
Rebbe Schneerson is the spiritual leader of the New York City-based Lubavitch movement, a Hasidic Jewish movement named for the Russian town it was founded in several hundred years ago.
Salt Lake Tribune - NEWS FROM THE PEWS - 01/15/1994
Jewish: Chabad Lubavitch of Utah is sponsoring its first ``Day of the Jewish Woman'' Jan. 30 in Salt Lake City at the Holiday Inn Downtown, 999 S. Main. The program includes a noon luncheon and a lecture, ``The Modern Jewish Woman from a Traditional Viewpoint,'' featuring Nettie Lerner of Long Beach, Calif. The program coincides with the International Week of the Jewish Woman sponsored by the Chabad movement.
Salt Lake Tribune - NEWS FROM THE PEWS - 07/23/1994
Jewish: ``Who Really Wrote the Torah?'' will be discussed by Rabbi J. Immanuel Schochet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Salt Lake City's Jewish Community Center, 2416 E. 1700 South. An author and lecturer, Schochet is a professor of philosophy and religion in Toronto. His lecture is sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah.
Salt Lake Tribune - NEWS FROM THE PEWS ... 09/24/1994
Jewish: Salt Lake City's Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, 1433 S. 1100 East, will mark Simchat Torah -- the last day of the Jewish festival of Sukkot which commemorates the pilgrimage from Egypt -- Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. with a program of dancing and singing, ``Rejoicing With Torah.'' Refreshments will be available for adults and goodies for children.
Deseret News - Saturday, December 3, 1994
CHABAD LUBAVITCH TO HOST GRAND OPENING CEREMONY
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will host a grand opening ceremony for the new ``Bais Menachem'' Chabad Community Center, 1433 S. 1100 East, on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 3 p.m. A procession will begin at 1300 South and 1100 East, with members carrying the Torah Scroll into the building. City and state dignitaries from Utah and other states plan to attend, according to organizers. The building - which is dedicated to the memory of the late Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, leader of the Chabad Luba-vitch movement - has been functioning since September and has been used for adult and child education classes. For information, call Rabbi Benny Zippel at 582-0220.
Salt Lake Tribune - NEWS FROM THE PEWS - 02/18/1995
Rabbi J. Immanuel Schochet of Toronto will discuss the afterlife, heaven and hell, the soul, resurrection and reincarnation March 5 at 8 p.m. at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City. A philosophy and religion professor at Humber College in Toronto, Schochet's lecture is titled ``A Glimpse Into the Spiritual Cosmos.'' His speech is sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah. The public is invited. A contribution of $3 is suggested.
Deseret News - Saturday, February 25, 1995
RABBI TO DELIVER LECTURES AT MENACHEM CENTER AND U.
Rabbi J. Immanuel Schochet, professor of philosophy and religion at Humber College, Toronto, Canada, will deliver two lectures in Salt Lake City. The lectures are sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah Torah Lecture Series and Chabad at the University of Utah and the ASUU.
- Sunday, March 5, at 8 p.m. at the Chabad Lubavitch Bais Menachem Center, 1433 S. 1100 East, Rabbi Schochet will speak on ``A Glimpse into the Spiritual Cosmos,'' regarding the afterlife, heaven and hell, the soul, resurrection and reincarnation. Refreshments will be served and a $3 contribution is suggested.- Monday, March 6 at noon in the east ballroom of the Union Building, the lecture will be on ``Fatal Attraction: The Fatal Attraction Syndrome in Religion.'' There will be a question and answer period following the lecture. There is no charge for the event.
Salt Lake Tribune - NEWS FROM THE PEWS - 06/10/1995
``Mysticism in Jewish Art'' is the title of an exhibit of works by Hasidic artist Michoel Muchnik Sunday at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City. The event runs from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Muchnik will present some slides and offer remarks at 8:15 p.m. Muchnik's works have been shown in galleries and synagogues around the world. One of his works was used by the United Nations' Children's Fund to illustrate a New Year's greeting card. Sunday's exhibit is sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah and the Associated Students' Union at the University of Utah.
Deseret News - ART CANVASS
Chassidic artist Michoel Muchnik will be exhibiting his colorful and allegorical art, ``Mysticism in Jewish Art,'' Sunday, June 11, 7-10 p.m. at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East. Muchnik's paintings glow with soft pastel colors, highlighted by gold leaf. ``As a Jewish person,'' Muchnik says, ``you have to utilize things for a higher purpose.'' The artist has created a unique way of portraying Torah ideals. The exhibit is co-sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah and the Associated Students' Union at the University of Utah.
Photograph #1: ``Cup of Blessing'' by Michoel Muchnik has been selected by UNICEF for its international greeting card series
Salt Lake Tribune - Bulletin Board - 08/05/1995
Two student rabbis, Yisrael Schochet and Ayal Rovnoy, will visit communities throughout Utah Monday through Aug. 18 as part of an outreach by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, the outreach ministry of the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Hasidic Lubavitcher movement. Rabbi Benny Zippel, Chabad Lubavitch of Utah's director, said the duo will be available for family visits, adult education classes, and childrens' activities during their Utah travels with a mobile Judaica gift shop. Zippel said the Lubavitcher movement's late leader, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, taught that every Jew is important and needs attention and guidance. ``This is the main purpose of our project, to be of service to every Jew that we can possibly reach out to in our state,'' he said.
Deseret News - Saturday, September 23, 1995
CHABAD LUBAVITCH GEARS UP FOR ROSH HASHANA SERVICES
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will hold its annual High Holiday services commemorating Rosh Hashana on Sunday at 7 p.m. and Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East. Rabbi Benny Zippel, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Utah and spiritual leader of Bais Menachem, has invited Jews of all backgrounds and affiliations to take part in the services.
Also offered at Bais Menachem are holiday workshops to help Jews prepare for holiday events. They are:- Thursday, Sept. 28, at 8:30 p.m. - ``Yom Kippur - ``Repent Ye!'' or ``Please Come Home?''
- Thursday, Oct. 5, at 8:30 p.m. - ``Sukkot - The Celebration of Unity and Simcha (happiness).''
For information on any events, call 467-7777.
Salt Lake Tribune - Bulletin Board - 10/14/1995
Salt Lake City-based Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will sponsor a ``Grand Simchat Torah Celebration'' Monday night at 7 p.m. at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City. Simchat Torah, the last of a month-long period of holidays that began with Rosh Hashana or the New Year, marks the day of the year when Jews finish the entire early cycle of reading the Torah and start it again from the beginning. Following the Arvit or evening service, a Grand Kiddush will take place with refreshments for children and adults. Participants can toast on a traditional L'chaim! (To Life!), and the traditional Hakofot (dances with the Torah) follow immediately thereafter. All members of the Jewish community are invited to attend.
Deseret News - Saturday, December 16, 1995
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will hold its annual grand menorah lighting ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 17, at 5:30 p.m. in the ZCMI II Atrium at 1400 Foothill Drive, to commemorate the beginning of Hanukkah. The ceremony will include live Jewish music, latkes, dreidels and jelly donuts. The public is invited. Hanukkah commemorates the victory of the ancient Jewish people over Greek oppression and the rededication of the menorah in the temple at Jerusalem.
Deseret News - Saturday, December 23, 1995
RABBI-PROFESSOR TO SPEAK ON RELEVANCE OF THE TORAH
Rabbi J. Emmanuel Shochet, professor of philosophy and logic at Humber College in Toronto, Canada, will address ``How can an age-old Torah have any relevance in a modern society?'' at a Utah Jewish Forum on Wednesday, Dec. 27, at 7:30 p.m.
The lecture will be at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City and is sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah. Rabbi Schochet has written many books on the subject and will discuss how practical applications of 3,000-year-old customs can apply to a highly technological society.
Deseret News - Saturday, March 2, 1996
WEEKLY TORAH MESSAGE GIVES `FAST FOOD FOR SOUL' VIA FAX
``Fast food for the soul'' is now available by modem for Salt Lake City's Jewish community. Chabad Lubavitch of Utah is now faxing a weekly Torah message, usually on Thursdays, on the Torah portion that is read on the Jewish Shabbat (Friday night through Saturday night). Rabbi Benny Zippel, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Utah is sponsoring the project and now has a group of 30 individuals who have requested the free service.
Torahfax follows the example of the late Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, who believed in utilizing all technological developments. For more information or to enter your name and fax number on the mailing list, please call Chabad of Utah at 467-7777.
Salt Lake Tribune - Bulletin Board - 05/11/1996
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah is sponsoring a Shabbat experience with Rabbi Laibel Wolf, founder and director of the Institute for Jewish Development, June 7-8 at Park City's Shadow Ridge Resort Hotel and Conference Center, 50 Shadow Ridge St. Cost is $50 for adults or $30 for children. Reservation deadline is May 17. Call 467-7777 for more information.
Salt Lake Tribune - Bulletin Board - 05/18/1996
Rivkah Slonim, education director at the Chabad House Jewish Center in Binghamton, N.Y., will discuss ``Intimacy and God in the Bedroom'' Monday at 7:30 p.m. at Salt Lake City's Jewish Community Center, 2416 E. 1700 South. She will discuss how to transform the sexual dimension of marriage into a joyous and sacred experience. Cost is $5. Slonim also will speak at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City. In an address for women only entitled ``Our Matriarchs: A Paradigm of Feminine Empowerment,'' she will discuss the role Jewish women have played in Judaism.
Deseret News - Saturday, October 12, 1996
UTAH INITIATES SUPERPHONE TO REACH JEWS IN S.L. AREA
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah has initiated Superphone, an innovation to reach Jews in the Salt Lake area. It's a dedicated computer system connected to telephone lines accessible 24-hours-a-day. Children can call and listen to a Jewish story, the Torah mystery minute or figure out what is their Jewish date of birth by converting it from the Gregorian calendar by pushing several phone buttons.
Adults can listen to a Torah message about the weekly Torah portion, the upcoming holiday or a message from Rabbi Zippel. The messages change on a weekly basis.Superphone can be accessed by dialing J-U-D-A-I-S-M (583-2476) from any push-button telephone. The call is free and no membership is required. To dedicate a message or for more information, call Chabad at the number listed above.
Deseret News - Saturday, March 8, 1997
CHABAD LUBAVITCH TO HOLD ITS PURIM DINNER MARCH 23
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will hold its fifth annual Purim Community Dinner on Sunday, March 23 at 5:30 p.m. at the Wyndham Hotel, 215 W. South Temple. Prior to the dinner there will be a Megillah reading, and music will be provided by a local Jewish Klezmer Band. Cost is $13 for adults and $7 for children under 10 and college students. Reservations must be made by March 14. Call 467-7777 or 582-0220.
Deseret News - Saturday, September 27, 1997
Pre-Rosh Hashana lecture on `Teshuva' set for Sunday
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah invites followers to attend a pre-Rosh Hashana lecture on Sunday, Sept. 28, at the Bais Menachem building, 1433 S. 1100 East. The discussion will start at 8 p.m. The topic is ``Teshuva,'' which encourages followers to think about past misdeeds and ways to avoid the same wrong doings in the future. Jews emphasis Teshuva during the this time of the year because the Jewish calendar is almost at an end. For information, call 467-7777.
Salt Lake Tribune - Hanukkah Celebrations Scheduled - 12/20/1997
-- The Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will hold a menorah lighting ceremony on Dec. 28, 5 p.m., ZCMI II Atrium, 1400 S. Foothill Blvd., Salt Lake City. For more information, call 467-7777. Prior to the ceremony, from 3 to 5 p.m., a ``Hanukkah Fun-Rama,'' featuring arts, crafts, games and music will take place in the ``Little Gym'' above ZCMI II.
-- The Gallivan Utah Center menorah will be lighted daily at 6 p.m. from Tuesday until Dec. 31 at 36 E. 200 South, Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake Tribune - Bulletin Board - 01/17/1998
The Chabad Lubavitch of Utah hosts guest speaker Chaya Teldon, teacher, writer and mother, in celebration of Jewish Women Week at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, Wyndham Hotel, 215 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City. To RSVP or get more information, call 582-0220.
Deseret News - Saturday, January 17, 1998
`Jewish Spotlight' producer will speak Sunday in S.L.
Chaya Teldon, who produces the ``Jewish Spotlight'' for cable television, will speak Sunday, Jan. 18, at the Wyndham Hotel, 215 W. South Temple, at 6:30 p.m. Her topic is ``Jewish Women Leading the Way . . . Again!'' Teldon is founder of Lubavitch of Long Island. Reservations are required and can be made by calling Sharon Zippel at 582-0220.
Salt Lake Tribune - BULLETIN BOARD - 01/31/1998
-- The Chabad Lubavitch of Utah presents Rabbi J. Immanuel Schochet on the topic of ``Tikkun Olam,'' Feb. 7, 7:30 p.m.; Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake Tribune - BULLETIN BOARD - 10/24/1998
-- The Chabad Lubavitch of Utah presents ``Genesis and the Big Bang,'' the discovery of harmony between modern science and the Bible, with speaker Gerald L. Schroeder, Ph.D., today, 8 p.m., at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City. $5 donations are appreciated. For more information, call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, December 12, 1998
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah -- Dec. 13, Hanukkah Fun-O-Rama at 3 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center, Fort Douglas, 2 North Medical Drive. Little gym, olive press, Hanukkah sand art, followed by giant menorah lighting at 5:30 p.m. Draydel spinning contest, doughnuts and latkes.
Deseret News - Saturday, January 2, 1999
CELEBRATION FOR WOMEN IS JAN. 10 AT JEWISH CENTER
Chabad Lubavitch and the Women's Division of the United Jewish Federation of Utah will sponsor the "Celebration for Jewish Women" on Sunday, Jan. 10, at 6 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center at the Fort, 2 N. Medical Drive in Salt Lake. A light supper will be followed by a talk titled "Does Torah believe that men are from Mars, women are from Venus?" by Dr. Lisa Aiken, author of the book, "To Be a Jewish Woman." Aiken is a clinic psychologist who has lectured across the globe. Reservations are required. For information, call Rabbi Benny Zippel at 467-7777 or Sharonne Zippel at 582-0220.
Deseret News - Saturday, February 27, 1999
CHABAD LUBAVITCH HOSTING MEGILLAH READING TUESDAY
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah invites you to attend a Megillah reading on Tuesday, March 2, at 5:15 p.m. The reading will be followed by dinner, a magic show and dancing in observance of Purim. Call to reserve your place, 582-0220.
Deseret News - Saturday, December 25, 1999
Jewish Expo 2000 in S.L. Feb. 2
"Jewish Expo 2000," the world's largest and most extensive traveling Jewish children's museum, will arrive in Utah Wednesday, Feb. 2, for a five-day showing at the Utah State FairPark, 900 W. North Temple.
Coordinated and sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, the Judaic extravaganza will allow Utah families to view an 8,000-square-foot "mini-universe" of exhibits depicting Jewish life, history, culture and tradition during its run Feb. 2 through Sunday, Feb. 6.Among the exhibits will be: the splitting of the Red Sea, the story of the creation, the construction of the holy temple and acts of heroism committed by courageous Jewish leaders.
There will be a nominal charge for admission. Special times can be arranged for large groups.
For tickets, group reservations or more information, call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, January 8, 2000
A second display -- which will focus on Jewish history and culture -- will be offered beginning Feb. 2 at the Utah State Fairpark, 155 N. 1000 West.
The Jewish Expo 2000 is a traveling multimedia museum and exposition featuring an 8,000-square-foot maze of animated exhibits on the six days of creation, the slavery of the Israelites in Egypt and the Passover; the parting of the Red Sea; construction of the temple of David; and a secret Seder ceremony held in the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz.
The two-hour walking tour culminates with an arts and crafts workshop for children, who are encouraged to "create a permanent memento of their experience," according to a news release from Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, which is sponsoring the exhibit's visit to Salt Lake.
The five-day event will draw Jewish schoolchildren from throughout the state, according to Rabbi Benny Zippel, and daytime hours are reserved for them.
Evening hours and the entire day Sunday, Feb. 6, will provide a chance for the public to view the exhibit, he said.
"The beauty of this program is that it appeals to all people -- irrespective of religion, age, background or affiliation," Rabbi Zippel
said. It "truly exemplifies Jewish unity in that it underscores the rich history and heritage that binds us together as one harmonious nation."
There is an admission charge for the exhibit. For tickets, information and group reservations, call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, February 3, 2001
Quest for true heritage is topic of Sunday lecture
"Back to Her People" is the title of a lecture by Tova Mordechai on Sunday, Feb. 4, at 6 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center, 2416 E. 1700 South.
The event will feature dinner and the cost is $18 in advance or $22 at the door.
Mordechai will tell about the quest for her true heritage.
The event is sponsored by the Chabad Lubavitch of Utah and more information is available by calling 467-7777.
Salt Lake Tribune - FAITH IN ACTION - 02/03/2001
-- Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will host a lecture for women only by Tova Mordechai on Sunday at 6 p.m. on "Back o Her People," a telling of her life story, at the Jewish Community Center, 2416 E. 1700 South, Salt Lake City. Tickets, which include a light supper, are $18 pre-paid, $22 at the door and $36 for those willing to be event sponsors. For information, call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, July 14, 2001
Gan Israel Youth camp runs through July 27
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, 1433 S. 1100 East, will host Gan Israel Summer Youth Group camp through July 27.
Three week-long sessions that run daily from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. will be held. There will be swimming, clubs, drama, sports, nutrition, safety and other events.
For more information, call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, September 8, 2001
Chabad Lubavitch plans High Holidays services
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, 1433 S. 1100 East, welcomes all Jews to High Holidays services. At Chabad, all Jews regardless of their background or affiliation, are welcome. There is no charge to pray. Membership is not required to come to the synagogue for High Holiday services. High Holiday services are at sundown and 9:30 a.m.
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah also offers Talmud Torah Sunday school classes, open to all children ages 5-13. Sunday school classes resume Sunday, Sept. 9. Sunday classes are from 9:30 a.m. until noon.
For information, call Chabad Lubavitch at 467-7777.
Salt Lake Tribune - FAITH IN ACTION - 10/20/2001
Jewish literacy, beliefs and observances will be taught in a three-course education program offered by The Jewish Learning Institute of Chabad-Lubavitch of Utah at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City. The cost is $99, which includes textbooks and refreshments. Call 467-7777.
Salt Lake Tribune - FAITH IN ACTION - 10/27/2001
"Seasons of the Soul: The Jewish Lifecycle," will kick off an eight-week adult Jewish education course on Monday nights from 8-9:30 p.m. at Chabad Lubavitch, 1433 S. 1100 East. The cost is $99. Call 467-7777 to enroll.
Deseret News - Saturday, October 27, 2001
Jewish learning center offering new program
The Jewish Learning Institute is introducing a new educational program with university-style curriculum. The first course, "Seasons of the Soul: The Jewish Life Cycle," will be held on eight consecutive Mondays (except Nov. 13) starting on Oct. 29 at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East.
To register, or for more information, call 467-7777.
Salt Lake Tribune - FAITH IN ACTION - 12/08/2001
A Chanukah Menorah Lighting ceremony and family concert with Moshe Yess and remarks from Richard Rappaport, president of the United Jewish Federation of Utah and Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson will be at 5 p.m. Sunday at the I.J. and Jeanne' Wagner Jewish Community Center, 2 N. Medical Dr., Salt Lake City, hosted by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah. Call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, December 29, 2001
'Jewish Essentials' will begin Jan. 21
"Jewish Essentials: a Spiritual Guide to Jewish Living," will be presented for eight weeks starting Monday, Jan. 21, 8-9:30 p.m., at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East,
The fee for the course is $99.
A Jewish history course will begin in April.
For more information, call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, February 16, 2002
Purim Extravaganza Feb. 26 at Jewish site
Chabad of Utah invites the public to the 10th annual Purim Extravaganza and Megillah Reading on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 5:30 p.m. at the I.J. and Jeanne Wagner Jewish Community Center, 2 N. Medical Drive.
Activities include a special musical performance by the Chabad Talmud Torah Kid Players, a full-course dinner, dancing and more.
The cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children. Reservations are strongly encouraged by Sunday. Call 467-7777 for more details.
Deseret News - Saturday, February 23, 2002
Purim Extravaganza Tuesday at Wagner JCC
Chabad of Utah invites the public to its 10th annual Purim Extravaganza and
Megillah Reading on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 5:30 p.m. at the I.J. and Jeanne WagnerJewish Community Center, 2 N. Medical Drive.
The event includes a special musical performance by the Chabad Talmud Torah KidPlayers, a full-course dinner, dancing and more.
The cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children. Reservations are strongly
encouraged. Call 467-7777 for more details.
Deseret News - Saturday, March 23, 2002
Chabad Lubavitch (1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City 467-7777)
Wednesday, March 27, 8 a.m. — Erev Pesach service; 6:30 p.m. — Passover service.
Thursday, March 28, 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. — Passover service.
Friday, March 29, 10 a.m. — Passover service; 6:30 p.m. — Kabbalat Shabbat andPassover service.
Saturday, March 30, 9:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. — Shabbat service.
Tuesday, April 2, 6:30 p.m. — Passover service.
Wednesday, April 3, 9:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. — Passover service.
Thursday, April 4, 9:30 a.m. — Passover service.
Deseret News - Saturday, April 27, 2002
Lag B'omer Tuesday at Rose Sachs Gardens
Lag B'omer, a celebration of Jewish identity, will be held on Tuesday, April 30,
at 5:30 p.m. at Rose Sachs Gardens, Exit 131, off I-80.
Sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, the event will feature a barbecue, a
bonfire, a waterfall, games and entertainment.
Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for children, or $25 per family.
Call 467-7777 for more information.
Salt Lake Tribune - FAITH IN ACTION - 11/30/2002
* Hanukkah on Ice will take place Sunday from 3-5 p.m. at the Utah Olympic Oval, 5662 S. 4800 West, Kearns, with free ice skating for the family, including skating equipment. Free parking is available on the south side. Sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, Congregation Kol Ami, I.J. & Jeanne Wagner Jewish Community Center, Temple Har Shalom and United Jewish Federation of Utah. A menorah lighting during that time is planned along with latkes (potato pancakes) and doughnuts. No cost. Call 467-7777.
Salt Lake Tribune - FAITH IN ACTION - 02/01/2003
"Jewish Women Through the Ages," sponsored by Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, will be held on Feb. 9 at 6 p.m., at the I.J. and Jeanne Wagner Jewish Community Center, 2 N. Medical Drive, Salt Lake City. The event will feature a fashion show, stories about Jewish women throughout history and a buffet dinner. Admission is $25 prepaid, $30 at the door, $40 for mother and daughter and $50 for sponsors. For reservations call 285-0220.
"Happiness as a Spiritual Pursuit," a discussion open to the public, presented by J. Immanuel Schochet, on Monday at 8 p.m., at the Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City.
Deseret News - Saturday, May 3, 2003
8-week course on Torah starts Tuesday evening
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will begin an eight-week course on Torah wisdom and the path to inner tranquillity and personal growth, starting Tuesday.
Classes will be held each Tuesday, 7:30-9 p.m., at the Wagner Jewish Community Center, 2 N. Medical Drive.
The cost is $99.
For more information, call 476-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, May 17, 2003
Chabad Lubavitch will hold a barbecue
The Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will sponsor "Lag B'omer" — a barbecue and bonfire event celebrating Jewish identity — on Tuesday, May 20, 5:30 p.m. at Rose Sachs Gardens, exit 131, off I-80 westbound.
Admission is $10 per adult, $8 per child. For more information, call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, July 26, 2003
Chabad Lubavitch meet is Aug. 1-2 in Park City
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah will hold a retreat in Park City Aug. 1-2 at the Shadow Ridge Hotel and Conference Center.
Jewish/Hasidic feminist Rivkah Slonim, the education director at the Jewish Student Center in Binghamton, New York, and a nationally known teacher, lecturer and activist, will be the featured speaker. Men, women and children are invited.
The retreat will also offer Shabbat meals and lectures on pertinent issues.
Space is limited, so advance registration is required. Call 467-7777.
Deseret News - Saturday, December 6, 2003
Day camp Dec. 22-26 for Jewish boys, girls
Jewish boys and girls, ages 5-12, can have a Jewish enrichment day camp, "Gan Israel," on Dec. 22-26, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily at Bais Menachem, 1433 S. 1100 East.
The camp costs $30 a day, or $130 for the full program.
Call Rabbi Yossi at 467-7777 for more information.