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Toronto has an abundance of Jewish events, both live and online.

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Kolot Noam sing along group - Nov 26 performance

Kolot Noam is a sing-along group at Darchei Noam Synagogue.   They  meet at Darchei Noam once a month to sing mostly Israeli songs and some Yiddish songs as well.  

The next meeting is planned for November 26th, starting at 7:30 PM. We have booklets (shironim) with Hebrew and transliterated lyrics. 

Registration is not required - $5 cash per person, light refreshments will be served.

Please feel free to contribute a shared dessert, which everyone can enjoy.

ps - Some members of this group also perform in the Freileche Klezmer Band.  You may have enjoyed their performance at City Shul's Rosh Hashanah Day 2 or Simchat Torah.  This is a  group of 5 musicians playing Klezmer Music,, Yiddish and Israeli music, 

To view one of their performances, click HERE

Second Annual Merkur Lecture at Congregation Darchei Noam 

Sunday, December 11 | 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. | On Zoom

Congregation Darchei Noam is proud to announce the Second Annual Merkur lecture on the theme of Equity, Civil Liberties and Social Justice. All are invited to attend this event via Zoom on Sunday, December 11, 7:30- 9:00 p.m. Advanced registration is required.

This year's lecture, titled "Which Freedoms Matter?" will be delivered by Noa Mendelsohn Aviv, Executive Director and General Counsel of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA). For over 50 years, the CCLA has been one of Canada's foremost human rights organizations.

Today in Canada, as well as many other countries, calls for freedom are growing louder and more strident. Freedom is now a rallying cry -- often from opposing perspectives -- in fields as wide-ranging as protest rights, religious observance, schooling, speech, racialized, gender and sexual identities. How should competing and conflicting freedom claims be treated?

Join us for a thoughtful discussion of "Which Freedoms Matter?" to consider how to evaluate calls for freedom over matters such as religious attire, personal pronouns, public health measures, the right to strike, school curriculum, free speech and hate.

Noa Mendelsohn Aviv previously practiced law in Israel, and is a widely respected champion of human rights.

Register HERE

Save the Date! Celebrate Chanukah with the IMPJ at a Live Candle Lighting Celebration at the Kotel

Tuesday Dec 20 at 6:30 PM - live from the Kotel.  A Zoom link to follow

IMJP = The Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism

Sat, December 3 2022 9 Kislev 5783