April 18th, 19th, and 20th
Like so many parents, Ori Gruder was grappling with how to talk to his 10-year-old son about sex. Being a member of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox religious community, which tends to keep discussions of sexuality to a whisper, made the task even more difficult. So Gruder created Sacred Sperm, an hour-long documentary in which he tries to tackle the hard questions he can expect from his son. The film presents an intimate, informative and at times awkward look at the insular religious community and its approach to sexuality, fleshing out deeply entrenched taboos in the conservative society.
$10 per person
You may watch the film at anytime on the screening dates.
For more information, contact the Museum at 732-252-6990.
After your registration is processed by the Museum, you will receive a link which is good for viewing the film(s) at any time between the dates mentioned above.
May 2, 2021 7:30 PM
Kreplach and Dim Sum
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May 23, 2021 2PM
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presented by Rabbi Michael Klein
(Rabbi Emeritus of Congregation Ahavat Olam, Howell, NJ)
Ever hear about Shabbetai Tzvi or Ada Yonath?
Throughout history, there have been individuals who have done amazing things that altered history and people's lives in a profound way. Unfortunately, history has a way of forgetting and or just not recognizing the accomplishments of these "forgotten” luminaries. During their lifetime they made the world a better place for their contemporaries and for the generations that followed. Rabbi Klein’s talk will focus on some of these individuals, who happen to be Jewish, and did much for the Jewish people and others as well, but have been sadly unknown by most.
Admission is free (donations are always welcome).
For more information and to receive the Zoom link,
please call the Museum at 732-252-6990.
Free of Charge
(Registration is required)