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Fall Lifelong Learning

Please click here to see the complete brochure. Go to the calendar on this website and click on the event to register.

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Attention Crafty People

Wednesday evenings starting October 10
7:00–8:30 PM
, in our new coffee lounge

Join us for creativity and fun! We'll have sewing and embroidery with a variety of fabrics and thread colors. Create colorful clay amulets, embellish them with a variety of beads, bake and string them for wearing. There will be rock painting and more. Crafts change weekly. All are welcome, beginner or advanced. Lenore Hindin will facilitate these classes, all materials included, free of charge.

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Brotherhood Brunch

Sunday, October 21, 10:00 AM
Speaker: Santa Cruz County Sheriff Jim Hart
Dealing with County-Wide Crime Trends, Gun Violence
and Issues of Mental Health

Santa Cruz County stretches from the solitude of Big Basin, through the burbs of Scotts Valley and Santa Cruz, to the rich farm fields of Watsonville. Our surroundings are beautiful and our populations are diverse, thereby fostering vibrant and engaged communities. Despite the beauty and energy of Santa Cruz County, we face significant problems: pockets of crime, gang violence and mental health challenges. Sheriff Jim Hart and his deputies communicate and collaborate openly with community members to address these pressing issues. Of particular current interest is the mental health crisis—its impact on our communities and how to manage calls for service involving troubled individuals. Please join us for our next brunch featuring Sheriff Hart as he presents his vision and approach for dealing with County issues. We'll enjoy our always delicious lox and bagel brunch, take care of a little Brotherhood business, followed by Sheriff Hart's talk. Recommended donation is $5 for Brotherhood members, $7 for non-Brotherhood members.
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Copa House Meeting and Candidates Forum

October 25, 7:00 PM
at Watsonville First United Methodist, 229 Stanford St, Watsonville

Watsonville County Supervisor candidates Greg Caput and Jimmy Dutra will discuss Measure H, affordable housing in general and the concerns of immigrants. Come out and support your Watsonville friends and neighbors.

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Mazel Tots
Fun Activities for Children 5 Years & Under
With Their Families

Sunday, November 4, 9:45—11:15 AM, at TBE
Everyone welcome—members & non-members. Drop-in. Free. Please bring a healthy snack to share.

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VOTE Like Your Rights Depend On It!

Election Day is November 6.
We want all registered voters to vote. If you are not registered to vote by mail and cannot get to your polling place, TBE is offering you a ride. Please contact Rose Ashford, (831) 661-5014, prior to Election Day to coordinate a ride.

NOTICE TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE YOUNG ADULTS IN COLLEGE—read here.

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Grief & Growing

A healing weekend for bereaved individuals and families
November 30‒December 2
This experience is professionally guided by griefcare specialists. Get more information here. Scholarship funds are available—please contact Rabbi Paula.


 

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