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Micah's big fundraiser of the year is sure to be its most unique! A professional game show company will facilitate Family Feud and Jeopardy in the Social Hall, so dress in the spirit of 70's game show stars (think Hollywood Squares cast of Paul Lynde, Barbara Eden, John Davidson, George Gobel, Charo, etc...) and COME ON DOWN!


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Micah Adult Education Special Program

A JEWISH PERSPECTIVE - AGING AND END OF LIFE ISSUES

     Congregation Micah is offering a 2-session program focusing on the issues and concerns of aging or caring for an aging other.  This robust workshop, led by three Micah experts in the field: Dr. Robert Smith, Ms. Anna Gene O'Neal, and Dr. Thomas Rice, is designed to answer the many questions we all have and provide guidelines around this topic.    

     The sessions will be held on March 23rd and 30th from 11:30 to 1:00 PM in the Social Hall at Congregation Micah. The two events complement each other; please plan to attend both. Included with your RSVP is a buffet lunch at no charge.  

Please click on the link below to register early as space is limited.   


Rabbi Laurie Rice will lead this seder featuring the music of Lisa Silver and Batsheva. Guests include women from the Muslim Center of Nashville and Thistle Farms. Dinner will be served as part of the seder. RSVP required. 


Join us for a special evening in the Social Hall as we welcome Shabbat and celebrate Passover as a community!

When: Friday, April 14th at 6PM (NO WINE-down this week)

Where: Congregation Micah Social Hall (we will not be in the Sanctuary this evening)

Includes:

Shabbat and Passover experience and a buffet including the following: chicken, soup, gefilte fish, salad, matzah, baked potato bar, soft drinks, dessert, and an interactive experience for the whole family! Bring your favorite bottle of wine and your seder plate (we'll provide the contents)! This event is free of charge; donations welcome. 

Please let us know you are coming by April 10th so we can welcome you with enough food and a seat at our table!


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The March gathering of A Woman's Circle will be hosted by Lori Landsman at her home in Hendersonville on Friday, April 21st at noon. Please RSVP to Lori orilay69@gmail.com by April18th to ensure your space at the table. 



As part of Congregation Micah’s Adult Programming/Jewish Culture series, we invite you to join us for a tour of Short Mountain Distillery, where Kosher Moonshine is produced at their boutique distillery in the hills of Cannon County, about 60 miles southeast of Nashville.  In addition to the tour, we’ll attend a Moonshine Mixology Cocktail Class to learn how to craft the perfect moonshine cocktail using backwoods recipes with a modern twist! 

WHEN:  Friday, April 28, 2017.  We will meet at the distillery at 11:00 A.M. (or see below if you wish to carpool.)  It will take approximately 1 ½ hours to drive there.

COST:  $15.00 PER PERSON FOR THE TOUR AND CLASS

LUNCH:  We will have a no-host lunch at their café, where you will find a choice of sandwiches, burgers and salads. 

RSVP:  If you wish to go, please RSVP by sending a check for $15.00 per person, made out to Short Mountain Distillery, to Congregation Micah, 2001 Old Hickory Blvd., Brentwood, TN 37027, so that Micah will receive it by April 22nd.  YOUR RSVP BELOW AND FULL PAYMENT BY CHECK IS YOUR RESERVATION.

DIRECTIONS (FROM MICAH):  Head east on Old Hickory Blvd., which turns into Bell Rd., to I-24.  Take I-24 E toward Chattanooga for 21.7 miles.  Take Exit 81-B (U.S. 231/Church St.) toward Murfreesboro for .8 miles.  Turn right onto S. Rutherford Blvd. and go 3.8 miles.  Turn right onto U.S. 70S E/Mercury Blvd. and follow it for 23.9 miles to TN 146 (Short Mountain Rd.), then turn left.  The distillery will be on the right.

CARPOOLING:  Please contact Kathy Horn, Kathy.Horn1001@comcast.net, by April 22nd to let her know if you would like to carpool.  Tell her if you would like to be a passenger or if you would be willing to drive.  Everyone who will be carpooling must be at the Micah parking lot at 9:00 A.M. SHARP so we have time to coordinate the cars and passengers so that everyone has a ride.  We will leave Micah promptly at 9:20 A.M.


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The next meeting of the Book Club is April 7. For those unable to commit to a meeting, it is now possible to join in the conversations digitally--check out the Book Club link on Micah's web page (www.congregationmicah.org/book-club)--it's on the Adult Education page under the Living and Learning tab.  For questions or assistance in joining the discussion contact Ron Heady ronheady3@gmail.com or call/text 615.293.2946.