Images of American Indians infused with the history and mythology of the American West have made John Coleman one of the nation’s most highly regarded contemporary artists. This exhibition, made possible by Frankie and Howard Alper, provides an unparalleled opportunity to examine the career of this pioneering painter, sculptor and influential teacher. It includes creations in charcoal, graphite, oil and bronze, plus some works in progress. Coleman is an award-winning member of the Cowboy Artists of America, a Fellow Member of the National Sculpture Society and a Signature Member of the California Art Club.
Museum Hours: Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat.: 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Thursday: 9:30 a.m. – 9 p.m., Sunday: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., Closed Monday
Illustrator and writer Beth Surdut displays her nature-inspired illustrations accompanied by true stories.
Syrian Refugee Chef Shahd will introduce you to Syrian cuisine as she shares her expertise in creating delectable Syrian dishes.
Yom Hazikaron at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus, 12701 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale from 7-8:30 pm. Remembrance of Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terror attacks. Free. Contact Shahar Edry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open to the public, this FREE weekly class for children 9- to 24-months in age and their parent(s) is a great way to meet other parents, exchange experiences, and provide an opportunity for the children to play together and engage in age-appropriate activities. Facilitated by Gabby Erbst, various experts from different fields of child development and child-care will visit to share their expertise and provide opportunities for discussions. Feel free to bring your friends; it’s open to everyone! (PLEASE NOTE: We have a mandatory vaccination policy.)
6 pm: ShinShinim Appreciation
A chance to say “thank you” to Leah Avuno and Bar Alkaher for their extraordinary year of service to the Tucson community as they played a major role in connecting Tucson and Israel. Also includes recognition and thanks to their amazing host families. Free and open to the public. Suggested donation of $5 per person. RSVP required. For more information, call 520-577-9393 x133 or visit jfsa.org/shinshinim.
On the first and third Tuesday of every month Jewish Business Network of Arizona (JBN AZ) members and their guests gather for lunch, education and networking in Scottsdale.
If you are Jewish and looking to network with other Jewish business professionals contact our event organizer about attending this meeting as a guest OR for information about membership.
To learn more about our group and our event speakers visit our website JBNAZ.org.
JFCS and Acadia Healthcare are collaborating to present this interactive, fun event, where you will experience the incredible and unbelievable health benefits of laughter while you learn.
This event uses a systematic method of chuckles, chortles, and giggling to reduce stress, increase positive attitudes and helps build healthy relationships.
Three (3) Continuing Education Units Offered
Presenter: Kathleen Thoren, MA, CLL
RSVP by April 30th
5 pm: Congregation Anshei Israel’s Adult and Youth Choirs will perform a concert of Israeli music, led by Cantorial Soloist Nichole Chorny.
Corner Office: Lessons from Jewish Business Leaders (3rd annual)
Wed., May 3 – 5:30-8 p.m.
The Phoenix Plaza – 2909 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 85012
Join the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix Business & Professionals Group to network with business leaders and gain insight from key executives in local business, including Rory Carder; president of Davis; Mitch Ginsberg, CEO of CommLoan; and Joshua Simon, president of Simon CRE. Panel moderated by Adam Goodman, president & CEO of Goodmans Interior Structures. Jewish professionals and students are welcome. $36 professional; $18 student. Includes cocktails and appetizers. Dietary laws observed. Register by May 1 at jewishphoenix.org/corneroffice.