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Here you will find information about congregation wide events, such as the auction or the NFTY scholarship concert. We also will provide information about events occurring outside of Temple Micah in the greater Washington DC community.

You can find information about individual events in the left hand column.


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Thursday, September 1, 2016. 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.   Musical Mornings at Temple Micah Sanctuary.   Beginning in July, the first Thursday of every month will be a musical morning at Temple Micah, where you can play a "work in progress" for an audience that doesn't care if you make a mistake as long as you love music. If you prefer to play with someone else, we will find you one or more partners. This is just for the fun of it! Musicians and audience members of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. Sponsored by Aging Together.

Friday, September 16, 2016. 07:45 pm - 09:45 pm.   Meet Micah Friends at local restaurant.   Join old friends, make new friends on Friday after services. Meet in the Atrium, and we will all head out to a local restaurant. No need to plan ahead: if you don't have plans for Shabbat dinner, please join us!

Saturday, September 17, 2016. 05:00 pm - 07:00 pm.   "Shell Shocked: Responding to Gun Violence in Our Community" at Temple Micah.   The Gun Violence Prevention Group at Temple Micah invites you to join us for a documentary, discussion, and Havdalah. We will screen "Shell Shocked," a one-hour NOLA-based documentary that explores patterns of gun violence common in cities like the District, and highlights solutions. Post-film panel discussion will include David J. Horowitz, long-time advocate for public-health-model gun violence responses, and Cynthia DeShola Dawkins, mother of a gun violence victim and organizer with the Timothy Dawkins-El Project, Code Pink, and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense.

by David Diskin last modified 01-04-2016 03:48 PM
 

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