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    03.03.15 Jewish Literature with Bobbie Bilson - meeting the first and third Tuesday of each month

    03.04.15 Community of Elders Yoga (for all ages) with Norm Gee All ages are welcome to join us!  (Classes take place the first and second Wednesday of every month.)

    03.08.15 Purim Shpiel & Carnival FOR ALL AGES! It's time for LBT's Purim Carnival!  Great food!  Hamantaschen!  Live Music! Games!  Bounce Houses! Obstacle Courses - Dunk Tank - Rock Climbing Wall  - Petting Zoo  - Prizes! and MORE!   Carry over your costume from the Adult Purim on 3/7 and come dressed as a famous family!

    03.11.15 Community of Elders - Wednesday at the Temple Full Day 9:30   Coffee & fruit - followed by our full day program
    10:00  Alzheimer's Across America with Lisa & Gary Bricker and Dr. Keith Black  
    11:30  Connie Martinson - host of Let's Talk Books interviews Barbara Isenberg, author of Tradition! The Highly Improbable Ultimately Triumphant...Story of Fiddler on the Roof
    12:30  Bring-your-own lunch 
    1:30 - 3:00 Bridge or 1:30 - 3:00 Yoga (all ages) with Norm Gee 

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    February 13 2013

    Community of Elders Wednesdays at the Temple Full Day

    9:30am

    On the second Wednesday of the month - LBT’s Community of Elders offers classes and interactive presentations in the morning, followed by a bag lunch, and choice of Bridge or Yoga with Norm Gee.
    February is Black History Month
    Arrive at 9:30am for coffee, tea, fruit - followed by:
    10:00 - 11:15   FILM - An engaging Civil Rights documentary film - starting promptly at 10:00. Film to be followed by remarks and discussion with Reverend James Lawson, who Martin Luther King, Jr. called ... "The architect and philosopher of the non-violent [Civil Rights] movement in America."

    11:30 - 12:30   The Education Crisis in Los Angeles:  with Jackie Goldberg, former California State Assembly member and former LA Unified School District Board of Education member, and Kyndall Brown, PhD.  Dr. Brown has “over 25 years of experience in the field of mathematics education. His research interests include how the mathematics identities of African-American males impact their academic achievement."  Join us!  

    12:45   Bag lunch - followed by choice of either:
    1:00 - 3:00 Bridge in the Community Lounge - OR
    1:30 - 3:00 Yoga with Norm Gee (for ALL ages)