2018 Program Schedule

Blacks and Jews in America:  Past, Present and Future,
Sunday July 8 at 10 am

A talk led by Dr. Anthea Butler, Graduate Chair and Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.

This program is sponsored by the Leo Rosner Foundation in Honor of Alvin and Mildred Caplow.

Who is a Jew in Israeli Law:  The Strange Case of
Brother Daniel and Why It Still Matters,
Sunday July 15 at 10 am

A conversation with Rabbi Shaul Magid.  A light breakfast will be served.

The Andy Statman Trio in Concert,
Sunday July 29 at 4 pm

Sponsored by the Barbara and Aaron March Fraylich Fund

Navigating Rough Seas:  PPNYC Stands Up for
Women’s Health Services in Challenging Times,
Saturday, August 4 at 5:30 pm

A conversation with Laura McQuade, CEO of Planned Parenthood New York City, about the challenges facing the organization and reproductive rights in general.

The Flying Tigers; The Untold Story of the American Pilots
Who Waged A Secret War Against Japan,
Saturday August 11 at 5:30 pm

Join us for a talk led by Samuel Kleiner, the author of this historic real-life thriller, followed by a wine and cheese reception on the deck.  Books will be available for purchase and signing.  

This event is sponsored by the Leo Rosner Foundation in Memory of Alvin and Mildred Caplow.

Book Talk by Professor Annette Yoshiko Reed
Sunday August 19th — 10:00 AM

Associate Professor in the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies
and the program in Religion at NYU on her new book:
Jewish Christianity and the History of Judaism

The book explores the relationship between Jews, Judaism, and Christianity in the Ancient world