Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center
Jewish Book & Cultural Arts Fair | 10 th Anniversary
November 2 - 13, 2011 Valley of the Sun JCC
2011 - Fabulous authors, topics & events
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Comedy at the J Shawn Pelofsky Thursday, Nov. 3 | 7 pm
Women’s Symposium Iris Krasnow The Secret Lives of Wives: Women Share What It Really Takes To Stay Married Sunday, Nov. 6 | 8:30 am C
Mitchell Bard The Arab Lobby: The Invisible Alliance That Undermines America’s Interests in the Middle East Wednesday, Nov. 9 | 7 pm
Author Luncheon Ellen Feldman Next to Love: A Novel Friday, Nov. 4 | 11 am
Presented by: Valley Beit Midrash
The New Era: Humanity Comes of Age Wednesday, November 2 | 7 pm Temple Chai | 4656 E. Marilyn Road
Danyelle Freeman Try This: Traveling the Globe Without Leaving the Table Monday, Nov. 7 Dinner, 6 pm | Lecture, 7 pm
Rabbi Dr. Irving “Yitz” Greenberg is the most influential American Jewish thinker of the past half century. In 1974, Rabbi Greenberg founded CLAL - then National Center for Leadership and Learning, a pioneering pluralistic program that has trained and educated a generation of lay-leaders and rabbis. Rabbi Greenberg was central Girls Night Out: Margaritas, VBM Flyer 4 4Yitz_out (6x9with bleed).pdf 1 7/5/11 3:22 PM VBM Flyer Yitz_out (6x9with bleed).pdf VBM Flyer 4 Yitz_out (6x9with bleed).pdf 1 1 7/5/11 7/5/11 3:22 3:22PMPM to the establishment of the United States Holocaust Memorial Munchies and Mystery! Museum in Washington, D.C., and served as VBM itsFlyer Chairman 4 Yitz_out from (6x9with bleed).pdf Karen Bergreen 2000 - 2002. From 1997 - 2007, he served as the President Following Polly: A Novel of Jewish Life Network/Steinhardt Foundation and developed Thursday, Nov. 10 | 7 pm Birthright Israel, the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education (PEJE), Makor and the Jewish Early Childhood Education Initiative (JECEI). Rabbi Greenberg is the author of The Jewish Way: Living the Holidays and numerous other books and articles and is Business Breakfast currently completing work on a new book to be published in 2012. Barry Libert VBM Flyer 4 Yitz_out (6x9with bleed).pdf
Community Read & Coffee Talk Sharon Pomerantz Rich Boy Friday, Nov. 11 | 11 am
Social Nation Friday, Dec. 2 | 7:30 am C C
Tom Fields-Meyer Following Ezra: What One Father Learned About Gumby, Otters, Autism, and Love from His Extraordinary Son Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012 1:30 pm
Sips & Dips
David Levinson Everyone Helps, Everyone Wins: How Absolutely Anyone Can Pitch In, Help Out, Give Back and Make the World A Better Place Monday, February 13, 2012 7 pm CMCM
Individual sponsorships are available for this event for $180. Sponsors will be acknowledged at the event. For more information about this or any other Valley Beit Midrash program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.valleybeitmidrash.org
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Temple Chai - 4645 E. Marilyn Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85032 A reception for young adults (20’s - 30’s) presented by Valley Beit Midrash and The Merge. CY
The PJ Library® Program Presents: A Unique Pajama Party! Sunday, November 13 | 3 - 4:30 pm | Ages 3 - 8
Wednesday, November 2 | 5:45-6:45 pm
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Join other young adults in the community for a glass of wine and a snack before hearing Rabbi Irving “Yitz” Greenberg’s lecture on The New Era: Humanity Comes of Age.
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Opening Night Comedy at the J
Shawn Pelofsky: The Other Funny Girl Thursday, November 3 | 7 pm
Shawn Pelofsky was born one of ten Jews in Oklahoma. Performing since the age of eight, Shawn decided to pursue a career in comedy. She attended the University of Southern California and received a bachelors degree in theater. During her time at USC, she joined an improvisational group “Comedius Interruptus” which became a motivating force to train at The Groundlings. At the young age of 20, Shawn was performing sketches and improv with people like (SNL’s) Will Ferrell and Will Forte.With a couple years of improv and sketch under her belt, Shawn became a member of the ACME Comedy Theater. During her three years of sketch comedy, she entertained audiences with people such as Alex Borestein (Mad TV) and Dan Bucatinsky (All Over the Guy). During her time at ACME, Shawn dabbled in the field of stand up comedy and is now a regular at the World Famous Comedy Store and performs there every weekend in the Main Room. She has been featured in the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival and in Comedy Central’s Laugh Riots. She has opened up for greats such as Richard Lewis, Chris Rock, Bill Maher and Huey Lewis and the News. Her television and film credits include Minding the Store (Pauly Shore); Hype; E! comedy segments; FOX interviews and stand up;The Hot Tamales with Eva Longoria; and, Free Enterprise starring William Shatner and Eric McCormack. Since the “powers that be” loved her performance, they have requested that she appear in the upcoming Free Enterprise 2 due out next year.
Ellen Feldman | Next to Love: A Novel Friday, November 4 | 11 am
Join us for lunch with historical novelist Ellen Feldman whose most recent book has received rave reviews. A story of love, war, loss, and the scars they leave, Next to Love follows the lives of three young women and their men during the years of World War II and its aftermath, beginning with the men going off to war and ending a generation later, when their children are on the cusp of their own adulthood. This novel celebrates the enduring power of love and friendship and illuminates a transformational moment in American history. Here are the young men who went off to war as G.I. Jews and came home from it as G.I. Joes; the boys who learned to “eat ham for Uncle Sam,” and those who could not bring themselves to; the veterans who, like their African-American counterparts, would no longer accept second-class citizenship in the country they had fought and died for. This is the generation that put an end to restricted neighborhoods, college quotas and “no dogs and Jews allowed” signs. Ellen Feldman, a 2009 Guggenheim fellow, is the author of Scottsboro, which was shortlisted for the Orange Prize, The Boy Who Loved Anne Frank, and Lucy. She lives in New York City. Co-sponsored by Brandeis National Committee.
Reservations for this luncheon must be made by October 31.
Keynote Speaker | Iris Krasnow The Secret Lives of Wives: Women Share What It Really Takes To Stay Married Sunday, Nov. 6 | 8:30 am - 1 pm
Danyelle Freeman Try This: Traveling the Globe Without Leaving the Table Monday, Nov. 7 | Dinner: 6 pm Lecture: 7 pm
We are happy to welcome back popular author and speaker Iris Krasnow, who spoke at the Jewish Book & Cultural Arts Fair in 2006 about her book I Am My Mother’s Daughter.
This promises to be a fun and delicious evening as Danyelle Freemen tells us about adventurous food selections from around the world as we sample a variety of cuisines for a yummy dinner at the J.
For The Secret Lives of Wives, she interviewed more than 200 wives whose marriages have survived 15 to 70 years to discover the secret to staying married.These women form a diverse cast, yet share one significant trait: they all offer bold, sometimes secretive, strategies on how to go the distance “till death do us part.”The Jewish mothers are some of the most irreverent voices.
You may have a Zagat guide on hand, but you most likely don’t have a cheat sheet to the multicultural playground that is 21st century American food. Try This:Traveling the Globe Without Leaving the Table empowers readers to treat eating out as an adventure, and to discover new foods and favorites. Whether exploring restaurants in your own hometown, in other U.S. cities, or abroad, Try This will become as indispensible as your cell phone, your credit card, and yes, your Zagat guide.
The Secret Lives of Wives brims with inspiring examples of women who have it both ways: a committed marriage and personal adventures in uncharted territory. Iris Krasnow is the bestselling author of five books that track the female growth cycle. She has been a guest on Oprah, Good Morning America, the Today Show and CNN. Sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Valley of the Sun JCC in partnership with A Center for Jewish Studies at ASUJewish Studies Department, Brandeis National Committee, Hadassah Valley of the Sun, National Council of Jewish Women, and Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix. Join us for a morning filled with various topics and speakers.
Around the World Dinner
Danyelle Freeman is the founder and editor of restaurantgirl.com, a hip and accessible guide to the hottest restaurants, menus, and chefs around the country. She served as the chief restaurant critic for the New York Daily News for over two years. A guest judge on Iron Chef America, Danyelle will appear as a judge in several episodes of this season’s Top Chef Masters on Bravo and has previously appeared on many shows on Food Network. A graduate of Harvard College, she lives in New York City.
Dinner reservations must be made by October 31.
Politics & Israel
Mitchell Bard The Arab Lobby: The Invisible Alliance That Undermines America’s Interests in the Middle East Wednesday, November 9 | 7 pm
This is the first book to challenge the idea that an all-powerful Israeli lobby controls U.S. Middle East policy and demonstrates that a countervailing Arab lobby exists and is actually more powerful. It is the story of the invisible alliance of State Department Arabists, defense contractors, former government officials, corporations with business interests in the Middle East, non-governmental organizations, academics, non-evangelical Christians, foreign leaders and diplomats working to undermine U.S.-Israel ties while supporting regimes whose values and interests are inconsistent with those of America. The Arab Lobby argues that the U.S. must capitulate to Arab demands or relations with Middle East nations would suffer.Too often this has led Americans to support autocratic governments that abuse human rights and act contrary to American values. Documenting 70 years of complicity at the highest levels of government and corporate America, The Arab Lobby shows us the malevolent forces at work and challenges us to shake off long-standing, toxic alliances and cement ties with countries that share our values and interests. Mitchell Bard is an authority on U.S.-Israel relations and is Executive Director of the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise (AICE). He has written or edited more than twenty books. He has a doctorate from UCLA, with a specialty in American politics and international relations. This event is made possible through funding by the Ted Barkin Family Endowment Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation and the Israel Center.
Girls Night Out: Margaritas, Munchies & Mystery! Karen Bergreen Following Polly: A Novel Thursday, November 10 | 7 pm
A fun change to Girls Night Out, this year we invite you to Margaritas, Munchies & Mystery with Harvard-educated lawyer-turned-comedian-turned novelist Karen Bergreen. In Following Polly, Alice Teakle has all of the ingredients of a winner: a Harvard education, a rich Manhattan upbringing, a best friend who’s a lawyer, and a good sense of humor; however because of her tragic past, she’s, well, a bit of a loser. But she’s a loser with promise. She decides to follow—some would even say stalk—her hugely successful but horribly entitled blond former Harvard dorm mate, Polly Dawson, to learn how to be a winner. Unfortunately for both Polly and Alice, Polly ends up dead and Alice is accused of the murder.The rest of the story is the story of Alice’s self-actualization. Bergreen uses her fierce intelligence and sharp wit to create an entertaining social satire (and mystery) in Following Polly. Karen Bergreen is the author of Following Polly, which Publisher’s Weekly says “combines edgy thrills with a wicked sense of humor.” She’s also a comedian and has appeared on Comedy Central and Law & Order. She was previously an attorney who clerked for a federal judge. She lives in NewYork City with her husband and kids. Co-sponsored by: Hadassah Valley of the Sun
Community Read & Coffee Talk Sharon Pomerantz Rich Boy Friday, November 11 | 11 am
Join the book discussion with the author and enjoy coffee and snacks.
Winner of the National Jewish Book Award for Outstanding Debut Fiction, Rich Boy traces Robert Vishniak, the favored son of Oxford Circle, a working-class Jewish neighborhood in 1970s Philadelphia. Handsome and clever, Robert glides into the cloistered universities of New England, where scions of unimaginable wealth and influence stand shoulder to shoulder with scholarship paupers like himself who washes dishes for book money.The doors that open there lead Robert to the highest circles of Manhattan society during the heart of the Reagan boom where everything Robert has learned about women, through seduction and heartbreak, pays off. For a brief moment he has it all—but the world in which he finds himself is not the world from which he comes, and a chance encounter with a beautiful girl from the old neighborhood— and the forgotten life she reawakens—threatens to unravel his carefully constructed new identity. Sharon Pomerantz is a graduate of the University of Michigan’s M.F.A. program. Her short story Ghost Knife was included in The Best American Short Stories 2003, and Shoes was nationally broadcast on NPR’s Selected Shorts. A four-time recipient of the Hopwood Award, she currently teaches writing at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Rich Boy is her first novel. Co-sponsored by Brandeis National Committee.
The PJ Library® Program Presents: A Unique Pajama Party! Sunday, November 13 | 3 - 4:30 pm | Ages 3 - 8
Here’s an opportunity to teach our children the importance of giving. Join PJ Library’s community-wide pajama drive! Come in pajamas and bring a new pair. Collected pajamas will be donated to the Pajama Program, a non-profit organization that provides warm sleepwear and nurturing books to children in need.This program is in participation with Global Day of Jewish Learning. Collect five or more pairs of new pajamas from friends and family. You could win a special prize! Party Activities include: • Making Israeli Chocolate Truffles • Arts & Crafts • Enjoying a PJ Library Story Time $5 per family RSVP to email@example.com
Boutique JCC 2011 Holiday
Friday, November 4 | 11 am - 4 pm
Shop Till you Drop for Great Holiday Gifts! Join the ECC for their annual Holiday Boutique. There will be plenty of vendors with products ranging from children’s clothing and accessories, books and games to jewelry and more.
Barry Libert Social Nation Friday, December 2 | 7:30 am
Barry Libert has spent the last ten years investing in and founding social media and open innovation companies. He co-founded Mzinga, a leading provider of social software services. He is also an investor and director at Innocentive, the leader in open innovation for companies and governments. He is a board member of the The SEI Center for Advanced Studies in Management at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania that focuses on the impact of open and social networks on our society and serves on a number of other boards that have social offerings. Social Nation, his latest book, examines how businesses can harness the power of social media to attract customers, motivate employees and grow revenue. He also co-authored the critically acclaimed book, We Are Smarter Than Me, which highlights the power of open innovation, as well as Barack, Inc. that explores the power of open and citizen-led government. A regularly featured keynote speaker, Libert has delivered speeches at industry and private events to audiences of 20,000+. He has been published in Newsweek, Smart Money, Barron’s, the Wall Street Journal and the NewYork Times and he has appeared on CNN, CNBC, FNN and NPR. Prior to co-founding Mzinga in 2001, he was a partner at Arthur Andersen and a managing director at John Hancock. He is a graduate of Tufts University, and holds an MBA from Columbia University. He currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts with his wife and two sons.
SAVE THE DATE
Tom Fields-Meyer Following Ezra: What One Father Learned About Gumby, Otters, Autism and Love from His Extraordinary Son Sunday, January 15, 2012 | 1:30 pm When Tom Fields-Meyer’s son Ezra was three and showing early signs of autism, a therapist suggested that the father needed to grieve.
“For what?,” he asked. The answer: “For the child he didn’t turn out to be.” That moment helped strengthen the author’s resolve to do just the opposite; to pour love onto the child Ezra was becoming, a quirky boy possessing a fascinating and complex mind. Full of tender moments and unexpected humor, Following Ezra is the story of a father and son on a ten-year journey, from Ezra’s diagnosis to the day of his one-of-a-kind bar mitzvah. It celebrates Ezra’s evolution from a remote toddler to an extraordinary young man, connected in his own remarkable ways to the world around him. Tom Fields-Meyer is an author and journalist. A former senior writer for People, he has written for dozens of publications including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Forward. A native of Portland, Oregon and graduate of Harvard, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife—a rabbi—and their three sons.
Sponsored by theVOSJCC Jewish B2B Network
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A Taste of Activism
David Levinson Everyone Helps, Everyone Wins: How Absolutely Anyone Can Pitch In, Help Out, Give Back and Make the World A Better Place Monday, February 13, 2012 | 7 pm
In 1999, David Levinson, at the request of his rabbi, started the Temple Israel of Hollywood Mitzvah Day. By 2010, this had grown into Big Sunday, an incorporated nonprofit with more than 50,000 participants of all ages and backgrounds working together at more than 500 different sites in more than 100 cities throughout southern California, as well as a full, year-round calendar of countless ways for people to get involved.The idea is that EVERYONE has some way they can help somebody else. David Levinson has written for movies, television, theatre, advertising and theme parks. He started Big Sunday in 1999. In 2009 he was named Best Nonprofit Leader in California. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children. Taste of Activism is a program generously funded by the Panim Institute of BBYO.This program will honor our local teen heroes in the Phoenix Jewish community who are actively making a difference in the lives of others. Each participating organization including BBYO, B’nai Tzedek, Friendship Circle, and Hebrew High will be nominating a teen hero to be recognized on Monday evening, February 13th. Each selected hero will have the opportunity to share what inspires and motivates them to do good in the community and the world at large.
SAVE-THE-DATE Mega Event
Featuring David Brooks Thursday, March 1, 2012 | 7 pm • New York Times Columnist • Best-selling author • Commentator for PBS and NPR David Brooks has a gift for bringing audiences face to face with the spirit of our times with humor, insight and quiet passion.
SAVE-THE-DATES Brandeis National Committee Phoenix Chapter 22nd Annual Book & Author Events Sunday, February 26, 5 pm Bookmark-Donor Cocktail Reception Author Signing/Book Sales | Private residence Monday, February 27, 9:30 am Boutiques/Book Sales, Author Presentations, Book Signing & Lunch J.W. Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa 5350 E. Marriott Drive, Phoenix, AZ For more information contact: Merrill Kalman firstname.lastname@example.org | 480-296-3355 | Brandeis University: brandeis.edu/bnc
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Women’s Symposium: Iris Krasnow - Nov. 6
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Publisher • Barbara & David Adelson • Jill Davis & Yale Bernstein • Sylvia & Michael Gotlib • Barbara & Barry Zemel • Medwise Consulting Partners
Around the World Dinner & Speaker - Nov. 7 Danyell Freedman: Dinner/Lecture: Danyell Freedman: Lecture only:
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Mitchell Bard: The Arab Lobby - Nov. 9
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Scholar • Sandy & Ed Adler • Anita & Sergio Baranovsky
Karen Bergreen: Girl’s Night - Nov. 10
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Rabbi Dr. Irving “Yitz” Greenberg - Nov. 2
Comedy Night with Shawn Pelofsky - Nov. 3
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Women’s Luncheon: Ellen Feldman - Nov. 4
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Brandeis Members receive JCC Member Pricing
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Sharon Pomerantz: Community Read - Nov. 11
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PJ Library Program - Nov. 13
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Barry Libert: Social Nation - Dec. 2
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Bad Cactus Brass Band Sunday, January 22 | 3 - 5 pm
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Bookmarks will be judged on originality and creativity. Winners and prizes will be announced and awarded at the opening of the Jewish Book & Cultural Arts Fair on Nov. 3, 2011. For questions, contact Suzanne Swift at 480.483.7121 ext. 1201. Age group categories: 4 - 7 years; 8 - 11 years; 12 years and up.
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With your $1000 gift you receive—
• Two passes to Opening Comedy Night with Shawn Pelofsky • Two passes to dinner with Danyelle Freeman - Try This Traveling the Globe Without Leaving the Table • Two passes to Mitchell Bard - The Arab Lobby • Four season passes to Jazz at the J series • Recognition in the Jewish Book & Cultural Arts Fair program and author events
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2011 Book Store Hours
Thursday, November 3............................................................. 1 - 9 pm Friday, November 4........................................................8:30 am - 4 pm Saturday, November 5..................................................................Closed Sunday, November 6.....................................................8:30 am - 3 pm Monday, November 7............................................................... 1 - 9 pm Tuesday, November 8................................................................ 4 - 8 pm Wednesday, November 9.......................................................... 5 - 9 pm Thursday, November 10............................................................ 3 - 9 pm Friday, November 11.....................................................8:30 am - 4 pm