Camille Pissarro Impressionist, Converso, Mensch with Lewis Eisenberg Born in the Danish Virgin Islands into a family of merchants from the Iberian Peninsula, Camille Pissarro was a Founding artist of French Impressionism. Although his paintings are in museums all over the world, his story is little known. OPEN TO ALL CHJ MEMBERS AND FRIENDS Sunday, December... Read More
All CHJ members are invited to join a discussion of The Doctors Blackwell by Janice P. Nimura via Zoom. This richly researched new biography celebrates two complicated pioneers who exploded the limits of possibility for women in medicine. As Elizabeth Blackwell herself predicted, “a hundred years hence, women will not be what they... Read More
Children “Shopping” at Last Year’s Community Center Holiday Store You’re invited to a CHJ Hanukkah party Open to all CHJ members and guests (All attendees must be vaccinated). Remember to bring: A menorah, a potluck dish, and a new unwrapped gift to donate to underprivileged children.We’ll be collecting new, unwrapped gifts to donate to a... Read More
Join Women’s Rap vis Zoom, to stay connected at a distance. All CHJ women members are welcome. It’s a great way to get to know each other. The Zoom link will be sent just prior to the meeting date.If you plan to attend please RSVP Roberta Frank.
The Lost Treasures of the First Temple Slideshow Presentation by Dave Shafer Only Scrooge McDuck had more treasure than King Solomon, 3,000 years ago. Solomon, son of King David, assembled vast amounts of gold to create the amazing and historically renowned First Temple. A huge solid gold menorah, the Ark of the... Read More