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YALA Brunch & Bible

You're invited! Join us at Rocco's Tacos on PGA Blvd. for brunch! Food and drinks not included, but there will be FREE GUACAMOLE! Meet new friends, enjoy mimosas and discuss connections we have, as young adults, to the Hebrew Bible. RSVP is required. Click the button below to RSVP.

Parent Ed. Workshop

2017-2018 Parent Education Series at The Temple Beth Am Mishpacha/Family Center

Taking Care of Yourself While Taking Care of Your Children

Led by Dr. Carri Lager, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Monday, February 5, 2018 at 9:15am • Cost: $5 Workshop Fee

Parent Ed. Workshop

The Kindergarten Dilemma

Taught by Dr. Heidi Cherwony, Mind & Body Doctor

The Temple Beth Am Mishpacha/Family Center Parent Education Series is dedicated to bringing relevant & thought provoking topics to a community forum for the purpose of promoting child 
well-being, developmental success & parental support.

Expert presentation & interactive discussion in the field of Child Development are the backbone of this series.

There is a minimal workshop fee for all workshops.

Parent Ed. Workshop

What Predicts School Success? It’s not IQ

Taught by Dr. Myles Cooley

The Temple Beth Am Mishpacha/Family Center Parent Education Series is dedicated to bringing relevant & thought provoking topics to a community forum for the purpose of promoting child 
well-being, developmental success & parental support.

Expert presentation & interactive discussion in the field of Child Development are the backbone of this series.

There is a minimal workshop fee for all workshops.

Parent Education Workshops

The Temple Beth Am Mishpacha/Family Center Presents

Parent Ed. Workshop

How do you communicate emotionally?

The Temple Beth Am Mishpacha/Family Center presents...

Maternal Emotional Signaling...

What We Say Without Words

Part of Our Parent Education Workshop series

Taught by Dr. Jennifer Milone

Selichot

Selichot sets the stage for the High Holy Days. Through beautiful melodies and prayers, the Service introduces us to the seasonal themes of forgiveness and compassion. 

Preceding the Service, everyone is invited to join us for dinner and a film that will start the celebrations of Israel at 70. After the program, we will begin our Service with a musical Havdalah ceremony and dress the Torah scrolls in their holiday covers. 

Come for the dinner, the Service, the program or all three!