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CANCELLATION!! Tu B'Shevat scheduled for Sunday afternoon, 23 January, is regrettably cancelled due to the Omicron outbreak. ... See MoreSee Less

CANCELLATION!!   Tu BShevat scheduled for Sunday afternoon, 23 January, is regrettably cancelled due to the Omicron outbreak.

Many Candles, One World Chanukah Concert- WUPJ
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If you haven’t watched this, I really recommend it. Sarah Livschitz appears twice in it. Lovely singing from the Central Synagogue in New York, also a photo from one of the Beth Shalom Tiyuls.

2 months ago
Beth Shalom Progressive Congregation

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Our Chanukiah (by Claire and Peter Bruell)

When our parents left Czechoslovakia in 1939 they brought no judaica with them as they all fled in a hurry at the 11th hour. When in Vienna some years ago Peter and I wondered about searching for a chanukiah that had been made in the former Austro-Hungarian Empire where our families had lived. My Viennese cousin took us to an area where there was a cluster of antique dealers near the Dorotheum, the famous auction house. There we fell in love with this large art deco piece which seemed to us to represent all the elegance of pre war Vienna. Although we were shown some that were much older and more traditional, we chose this one to bring home. Every Chanukah we remember ferreting through channukiot in the upmarket antique shops and how we chose this one, together with my cousin. We particularly love the little jug that hooks into the front. We tried using oil but found it very smoky so we just use candles.
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Our Chanukiah (by Claire and Peter Bruell)

When our parents left Czechoslovakia in 1939 they brought no judaica with them as they all fled in a hurry at the 11th hour.  When in Vienna some years ago Peter and I wondered about searching for a chanukiah that had been made in the former Austro-Hungarian Empire where our families had lived. My Viennese cousin took us to an area where there was a cluster of antique dealers near the Dorotheum, the famous auction house.  There we fell in love with this large art deco piece which seemed to us to represent all the elegance of pre war Vienna. Although we were shown some that were much older and more traditional, we chose this one to bring home. Every Chanukah we remember ferreting through channukiot in the upmarket antique shops and how we chose this one, together with my cousin.  We particularly love the little jug that hooks into the front. We tried using oil but found it very smoky so we just use candles.

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That's fantastic. So connecting and love that style. Sorry to have missed the online lighting this evening...

Such a beautiful piece, Claire.

It's beautiful

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