CKA Book Club
The Book Clubbers of Kol Ami have selected the following books for 2023. We invite you to join us on the third Tuesday night of every month for a lively discussion of the “Book of the Month” and of life in general. Please feel free to join us even if you have not read the book or have read only a portion of the current selection. We meet at seven o’ clock in Onegie Hall. Everyone is welcome.
Debbie Kaufman and the Kol Ami Book Clubbers
2023 Book Selections
JANUARY: The Whip by Karen Kondazian
FEBRUARY: The Last Theorem by Arthur C. Clarke and Frederik Pohl
MARCH: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman
APRIL: The World to Come by Dara Horn
MAY: The Code Girls by Lisa Mundy
JUNE: Mr. President, How Long Must We Wait? by Tina Cassidy
JULY: The Cloisters by Kary Hays
AUGUST: The Tenth Muse by Catherine Chung
SEPTEMBER: The Engineer’s Wife: A Novel of the Brooklyn Bridge by Tracey Emerson Wood
OCTOBER: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
NOVEMBER: Maus by Art Spiegelman
DECEMBER: Father Griot by Honore Balzac
Craft and Kvetch – Meeting Sunday mornings to do just that. Attendance is in Onegie Hall during Religious School.
20s and 30s Chavurah
This is a group to connect young people in lively social setting to develop fellowship and enrich the group members’ Judaism. The Chavurah creates a space for young Jews to meet other local like-minded young Jews to engage in vibrant Jewish life and community. The group will hold a monthly Shabbat dinner after services and Oneg to celebrate joyously Shabbat together. They may sing songs, play games, and/or go over a Jewish topic. Game nights will also be held monthly on Sundays. Join us for various board games like Chess, Catan, or DnD. The group is open to anyone from 18-40 as well as any guests invited by a group member. For more information, please contact the CKA office or Neil Ettington, the current group sponsor.