Boomer Generation and Cuspers, not so much an age as a mindset, getting together to take advantage of Center City life, events and activities, as well as social, spiritual and educational opportunities at RS. Singles and couples welcome.
Chairs: Patsy Herman, Jane Jacobs
BoomRS in Transition (BiT): Women in their late 40s through late 60s
Our Final Gathering- Wednesday, May 27 at 7pm
Any member or prospective member: single, married, partnered, widowed, almost and seasoned empty nesters who participated in BiT or is interested in what BiT offered, is welcome to attend.
BoomRS in Transition has been a place to speak about and explore some of our thoughts, feelings and ideas that may have no other audience: Talking to our adult children, our aging parents, thinking about the raising of grandchildren, spouses who are considering retirement, our own retirement. Topics have been open and fluid, based on the needs and wishes of our current group.
On Wednesday, MAY 27, from 7 - 8:30 we will bid farewell to this BiT group. Please join us at Fran Martin's home to both celebrate the past seven years of rich and dynamic discussions, and also to think forward as to what kind of group or program might be a meaningful next step. Please RSVP and let Catherine know whether you can bring an appetizer, wine or other drink to share. Address and directions will follow RSVP ([email protected]).
BoomRS Cocktail Party
Join BoomRS for a cocktail party immediately following Shabbat services on Friday, June 26 at the home of Kay and Rick Braun.
RSVP to Kay Braun ( [email protected])
Sponsored by BoomRS and Prime TimeRS and open to all RS members and prospective members.
Wednesday, June 17 from 6:30-8:00 PM
Book selection: Kommandant's Girl by Pam Jenoff. Book discussion led by the author at RS. Based in part on actual events, Kommandant's Girl is the story of, a young Jewish woman struggling to survive in Poland during the Second World War, while spying on - and becoming involved with -- a high ranking Nazi official. The author, Pam Jenoff, served as vice-consul for the U.S. State Department in Krakow, Poland, and as the special assistant to the secretary of the army at the Pentagon. She is an expert on Poland and the Holocaust, and currently teaches Law at Rutgers School of Law in Camden.
Join us for lively discussions of books, including fiction and non-fiction, that will not only provide "a good read" but also will help us explore the meaning and experience of being Jewish - past, present, in America and around the world. If you like to read and share good books, ReadRS is for you.
Bring a snack or beverage to share. BoomRS are being asked to bring "heavy" appetizers.
RSVP: To Catherine Fischer ([email protected]). Book can be ordered on amazon.com.