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Orla Fallon October 6 | 7:30 pm $44 Balcony; $34 Cabaret

For Fans of Celtic Woman, Cherish the Ladies, Solas, Jim Brickman

Al Stewart October 7 | 7:30 pm $40 Balcony; $30 Cabaret

For Fans of Simon & Garfunkel, The Moody Blues, Dan Fogelberg, Steve Forbert

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Lorna Luft October 12 | 7:30 pm $42 Balcony; $32 Cabaret

For Fans of Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra

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Sonny Landreth October 30 | 7:30 pm $30 Balcony; $25 Cabaret

For Fans of John Mayall, Walter Trout, B.B. King, Buddy Guy

COMEDY

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Thurs., Oct. 27 8 pm $10 public; $8 ArtsQuest Member/Student

The Associated Mess Improv Comedy Troupe Thurs., Oct. 6 8 pm $8 public; $5 ArtsQuest Member/Student

Exhibitions | Workshops | Portfolio Reviews | Parties Experience the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas, one of only a handful of alehouse cinemas in the state: • Independent, foreign & documentary films • Full bar service - take your favorite alcoholic beverage and food into the cinema! • Special programming

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Lehigh Valley Photography Month 40 different exhibits on display throughout the region For more information: www.artsquest.org/invision

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Civic Theatre of Allentown Presents: Six generations have read Louisa May Alcott’s story... this one will sing it.

MUSIC BY JASON HOWLAND LYRICS BY MINDI DICKSTEIN BOOK BY ALLAN KNEE BASED ON THE NOVEL BY LOUISA MAY ALCOTT

October 7 - 23, 2011

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Beth El celebrates religious school award with a brunch

More than 200 people gathered at Temple Beth El on September 11 for a brunch celebrating the E.G. Scoblionko Religious School’s recent national recognition. The synagogue’s religious school was named a Framework for Excellence School by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, an honor given to the top religious schools in the country. Temple Beth El is one of nine conservative schools in Pennsylvania and one of 300 in the United States to receive this recognition, which was announced over the summer. Cantor Kevin Wartell, education director of the religious school, said the energy at the September 11 brunch was infectious and motivating. “We are kvelling over this special honor,” Wartell said. “We look forward to continuing our outstanding education program for our students for generations to come.”

Photos by Paul Langer

TOP: Lynn Rothman (TBE president), Mark Scoblionko (son of E.G. Scoblionko), Rabbi Moshe Re’em and Todd Hacker (education coordinator) stand with their Framework for Excellence banner. ABOVE: The Garber family at the September 11 brunch.

Join the IJCU for a Day of Dialogue:

BEING IN PRAYER PRAYER IN OUR BEING SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23

1:30-5:00 PM AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 3231 W. TILGHMAN STREET For more information and to register, visit www.ijcu.org or call 484-664-3470.

DOES YOUR FAMILY HAVE A SPECIAL HANUKKAH TRADITION?

If so, Hakol wants to hear about it!

Celebrating our 34th year

For our Hanukkah issue, we want to hear all about your family’s holiday traditions— what you eat, what you do, where you go, and…did we mention what you eat? Contact editor Adrienne Wright at adrienne@jflv.org or 610-821-5500 to share your holiday traditions.

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INTRODUCING

What is atrial fibrillation?

ST. LU KE ’ S AT RI AL FI BRIL L ATION CENTER

Atrial fibrillation (Afib) is an irregular heart rhythm (arrhythmia) that starts in the upper parts of the heart.

Revolutionizing the Approach to Heart Rhythm Care St. Luke’s Atrial Fibrillation Center is lead by a team of cardiac electrophysiologists and cardiac surgeons who have specialized training in treating Afib and other heart rhythm disorders. We are pioneering the use of new technologies as well as more traditional treatments.

It is the most common type of abnormal heart rhythm affecting nearly 2.2 million American adults every year.

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St. Luke’s Atrial Fibrillation Center Team (left to right): James Hummel, MD, Electrophysiologist; Darren Traub, DO, Electrophysiologist; Robert Hipp, PA-C; Stephen Olenchock, DO, Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery; and Jeffrey Veluz, MD, Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Normally, the heart beats in a strong, steady rhythm. In Afib, a problem with the heart’s electrical system causes it to beat fast and irregularly. This “quivering“ upsets the normal rhythm between the upper and the lower parts of the heart. This could eventually lead to a stroke or heart failure. Services include: • • • •

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A fluttering feeling in the chest Chest pain or pressure Feeling out of breath Feeling weak or tired Dizziness and sweating Feeling faint or lightheaded

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October Hakol 2011  

The October 2011 issue of Hakol, the newspaper of the Jewish Federation of the Lehigh Valley.

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