Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Two Events at Local Religious Institutions

We recently got emails about two events we thought people might be interested in.

First up - The Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies (610 S. Michigan) Celebrates the Jewish "High Holidays":

Further getting you in the Rosh Hashanah mood, on Sunday, September 18 at 2 pm, the acclaimed vocal ensemble Chicago a cappella comes to Spertus with a concert and conversation of Jewish sacred music inspired by the High Holiday season. Tickets for the program, called Days of Awe and Rejoicing: Radiant Gems of Jewish Music, are $18 ($10 for Spertus members and $8 for students). There’s also an option for special ticketing at $50, in which guests receive preferred seating, admission to a CD-release reception following the program, and a signed CD.

Second up - Old St. Mary's School (1474 S. Michigan):

OSM celebrates its 3rd Annual Oktoberfest on Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 6:00 to 10:00 pm on our own parking lot. Please join chair Beth Toth and Kevin and Lori Fanning for German-inspired food, drink and music. All members of Old St. Mary’s community are encouraged to attend and take the opportunity to meet other parents and parishioners. This is an adults-only event. Please use the Buy Now button to purchase tickets, or the Donations button to donate!


(Hat tip: LB & BT!)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey Sloopy,

Isn't the bash on wabash this weekend? Havent heard a word about it in the neighborhood. I worry about the turnout.