Weekend of the Century

100 Year Celebration April 27 - 28, 2018

Friday, April 27

6:00 pm Dinner A Centennial Teacher Appreciation Shabbat with a musical service, dinner and family-friendly activities inspired by our Beechview roots.

Saturday, April 28  

9:15 am  Shabbat service celebrating Beth El’s remarkable past with recollections from our former Rabbis. We will move into our exciting future with insights from USCJ CEO Rabbi Steven C. Wernick.  Dedication of Centennial Garden and a special Kiddush luncheon to follow.

6:30 Mincha Service (Sufrin Chapel)

7:00 pm The Party of the Century Prohibition ends! Mix and mingle while enjoying libations and plentiful culinary delights. Cocktail attire suggested; Gatsby dress optional.

8:30 pm Speakers, Havdalah and Video Retrospective

9:00 pm  Dancing and Dessert Put your glad rags on and join us on the dance floor as we jive to the rhythms of the In Transit Band.  Indulge in the Sweet Temptaion Dessert Extravaganza.

11:00 pm Speakeasy shutters the windows

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