What’s Happening: Concerts, Torah Study, Seminars

What’s Happening: Concerts, Torah Study, Seminars

Fri., April 26

“Boy in the Striped Pajamas” screening, film based on the New York Times bestselling novel. Fri., April 26, 4 p.m. Free. The East Cobb Library. (770) 509-2730.

Israel AgTech Investment Road Show, an overview of Israel’s agriculture technology sector and its relation to the Memphis regional economy. Breakfast served. Fri., April 26, 8 a.m. Memphis Bioworks in Memphis, Tenn. Register by April 22 via aiccse.chambermaster.com/events.

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Sat., April 27

Garden Faire, N.F. Master Gardeners’ “Swing into Gardening” event featuring pass-along plant sale, vendors, food and speakers. Sat., April 27, 9 a.m. Bulloch Hall in Roswell. (678) 397-0571.

Mel Brooks Night, selections from “The Incredible Mel Brooks: An Irresistible Collection of Unhinged Comedy,” presented by the Temple Kehillat Chaim Brotherhood. Sat., April 27, 7 p.m. Temple Kehillat Chaim. Call (404) 840-1847 for more info.

Casino Night & Auction, presented by Congregation Dor Tamid; proceeds benefit the Imagine Campaign. Sat., April 27. Ticket packages begin at $36. Info via casinonight@dortamid.com.

Sun., April 28

JWVJewish War Veterans Meeting, buffet lunch with guest speaker Col. Kenneth Desimone. Mail reservation form with check (free for first-timers). Sun., April 28, 10 a.m. Landmark Diner. Info at jwvga.org.

CDT Kingergarten Open House, meet the Religion School’s Education Director and classroom teacher while your child participates in a learning opportunity. Sun., April 28, 11 a.m. The Monarch School at Dor Tamid. religiousschool@dortamid.com.

CDT’s Lag B’Omer Field Day & Family Picnic. Sun., April 28, 12:30 p.m. Congregation Dor Tamid. (770) 623-8860.

Genetic Genealogy, using DNA to trace your family history with Bennett Greenspan, founder of Family Tree DNA; presented by the Breman and the Jewish Genealogical Society of Georgia. Sun., April 28, 2 p.m. Free for members OR with paid admission to the museum. The Breman Museum. atbreman33.eventbrite.com.

David D’or in concert in celebration of Israel’s 65th Independence Day. Sun., April 28, 8 p.m. $25/adult, $15/students & seniors. The Temple. Tickets via (877) 725-8849 or ticketalternative.com.

Community Lag B’Omer Celebration, cookout and activities including boating, zip line and an obstacle course as well as music by Tevye Band and performance of “Bar Yochai’s Cave.” Sun., April 28. Free and open to the community. MJCCA Camp Isidore Alterman. (678) 812-4000.

Tues., April 30

The Kabbalah of Reincarnation, discussion with instructor Rabbi Avi Shlomo. Tues., April 30, 7 p.m. Congregation Beth Tefillah. (404) 843-2464.

Leo Frank – Our Country’s National Crime: Lynching as American History, presented by the Breman Museum and the Tam Institute for Jewish Studies. Tues., April 30, 7 p.m. Free, open to the public. The Breman Museum. thebreman.org.

Funeral Pre-Planning, with Arlington Memorial Park representative Maureen David and Rabbi Silverman for discussion and assistance. Tues., April 30, 7:30 p.m. Chabad of Cobb. (770) 565-4412.

Wed., May 1

“Who’s Your Daddy?”, exploring whether blood tests halachically valid to determine paternity. Wed., May 1, 11:45 a.m. $10/person. St. Joseph’s Hospital. For info, call (404) 321-4085.

Thurs., May 2

Lunch N Learn Series session featuring Rabbi Hayyim Kassorla. Thurs., May 2, 12 p.m. Free and open to the community. MJCCA. (678) 812-4000.

American Jewish Committee Atlanta Awards Dinner, recognizing Steve and Sheri Labovitz. Thurs., May 2. Ritz Carlton Buckhead. (404) 233-5501.

Fri., May 3

Shimmy Into Shabbat, join dance department instructors and sample a variety of dance classes; Shabbat blessing to be led by Rabbi Glusman. Fri., May 3, 5 p.m. MJCCA’s Zaban Park. (678) 812-4161.

Baccalaureate Shabbat Service, a special service and dinner honoring the OVS graduating high school seniors. Fri., May 3, 6:45 p.m. Congregation Or VeShalom. High school seniors, contact (404) 843-0872 or arogetib@gmail.com.

Sat., May 4

breast cancerCelebrate Dawn and Fight Breast Cancer, a “Cuatro de Mayo” event featuring performances by the Nick Howrey Band, Revel in Romance and Bridge to Grace as well as food and silent auction. Sat., May 4. Donations (100 percent to go to Komen Race for the Cure and Building of the Datoles Legacy) accepted. Datoles Riding Academy in Alpharetta. (404) 643-7985.

Sun., May 5

CDT Religious School Open House, prospective students can learn about the program while parents meet with the Education Director. Sun., May 5, 9:45 a.m. The Monarch School at Dor Tamid. religiousschool@dortamid.com.

“Jewish Women During The Holocaust,” Sunday Salons with survivor Norbert Friedman, entitled “Pre-War Jewish Women’s Roles and Responsibilities.” First of a three-part series. Sun., May 5, 12 p.m. The Breman Museum. thebreman.org.

Rabbi Rav Moshe Shapiro at Ariel, program with one of the greatest Torah sages arriving from Jerusalem. Sun., May 5, 1:30 p.m. Congregation Ariel. (404) 202-2813.

Kosher Day at Turner Field, Braves vs. Mets pre-game patio event with door prizes and refreshments for purchase. Sun., May 5, 1:30 p.m. $14/upper box, $26/terrace pavilion. (404) 634-4063 or akc@kosheratlanta.org.

“Bearing Witness,” with Eva Baron of Hungary and her time in Auschwitz. Sun., May 5, 2 p.m. $8/seniors, $6/students, $12/adults. The Breman Museum. thebreman.org.

Mayim Bialik Speaker Event, HOD hosts actress to speak about her Jewish values and variety of topics; benefits science and math programs of Yeshiva Atlanta. Sun., May 5, 2 p.m. Georgia Tech Scheller Auditorium. (770) 451-5299 or alevinson@yeshivaatlanta.org.

Highlights from “Carmen” with Capitol City Opera Company, presented by CSI. Sun., May 5, 4 p.m. $5. Congregation Shearith Israel. ysmith@shearithisrael.com.

CIC 5th Year Celebration, party with us. Sun., May 5. Chabad Israeli Center. (404) 252-9508.

Mon., May 6

U.S.-Israel Neurotechnology Business Exchange, Israeli companies join U.S. stakeholders in neurotechnology to explore business and research relationships. Mon., May 6. Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C. aiccse.org.

Tues., May 7

Dinner & Movie Preview, three-course meal courtesy the General Muir and long-form preview of “Deli Man” by Erik Greenberg Anjou. Tues., May 7, 6:30 p.m. $36/Breman Museum member, $50/non-member. General Muir. rkatz@thebreman.org.

Wed., May 8

“Eat, Drink and Be Married!” Seminar, presented by the Jewish Marriage Initiative with an introduction to the Five Love Languages with Rabbi Mordechai Pollock. Wed., May 8, 7:30 p.m. $10/person, $18/couple. Congregation Shearith Israel. (404) 873-1743