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Past Lectures & Workshops

Past Lectures & Workshops

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Guest Speakers
Listen to the melodies, hear the tales, learn the meaning and experience the ambience at a Chassidic Melaveh Malka
Gershon Wachtel
Cafe Chabad presents a special night out at the Esther Simplot Center for Performing Arts in Downtown Boise. Virtuoso pianist Gershon Wachtel will enchant the soul with a musical performance on February 14, 2011.
with Devorah Spilman
Join us on Monday, August 1 for storytime and a Jewish craft! Master Storyteller Devorah Spilman of Portland, Oregon will treat us to magical stories. Fun for the whole family!
with Rabbi Pinny Gniwisch
Delicious Shabbat Dinner ~ Guest Speaker ~ Mesmerizing Melodies
LIFE IN THE BALANCE: Juggling business, family, and Judaism in the 21st century
RSVP required
Adults only!
Discover the truth about passion, intimacy and relationships in Judaism. Journey through the spiritual, metaphysical, psychological and practical aspects of what it means to connect at the deepest of levels.
Noted Kabbalist Shimona Tzukernik will speak at the Chabad Jewish Center.
Lecture on Israel
Gil Hoffman is the chief political correspondent and analyst for The Jerusalem Post.
Join us on March 4 for an informative and eye-opening evening.
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Upcoming Events
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Every day we must study Torah.
Each day you are new. Each morning you are born to life again. Do you not eat again each day as though you have never eaten before? Do you not thirst as though you have never drunk water?
Should we not study again each day to feed our minds and souls?
~ Based on the Talmud and the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneersohn