Nancy Dell presents-  Forever Young: The Power of Food to Slow Aging

Upcoming Events

NCSY Torah & Tortillas! – Saturday  evening, January, 26 @ 6:30pm
Open to 7th to 12th graders!  Make your own tortillas and discuss some of the buzz worthy Torah related issues of the day. For more info contact:  RSVP helpful but not required.

Interactive Family Education Event- Sunday, January  27 @ 12:15pm-2:15pm
Family Education and Fun!    Suggested donation  $3 per child, $5 per adult, $20 family max
Caring for the Garden G-d gave us – preserving the Planet and its creatures.
We will look at some important lessons about our obligation as Jews to care for the world and its life.  We’ll make art, skits and craft projects related to these goals.   Pizza , Pasta, Salad and Drinks provided.
Program takes place with the assistance of a generous grant for the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.

Superbowl Sunday at B’nai Torah- February 3, 2019: Sandwiches- 5:30pm/ Superbowl  6:30pm
$5 admission per person / $18 family  maximum includes watching the Super bowl, Beer and Snacks/ Super Sub Sandwiches include meatballs, hot dog and Italian sausage ($5 each).  Let us do the cooking and preparing for you.
Bring your friends!  Make your reservations early!!

Shabbat dinner at B’nai TorahFebruary 15, 2019 : Mincha – 5:00pm/ Dinner-6:00pm
Facebook Fakery, Toxic Tweets and the Punctured Pillow! How an old Jewish story gives us insight into the awesome responsibility we hold every time we start tapping with our forefinger!
More details to follow!

Movie Night at B’nai TorahFebruary 24, 2019 : Sandwiches 6:00pm/ Movie-7:00pm
Movie: Victoria & Abdul                              More details to follow!

Nancy Dell, MS, RDN, LDN, CDE presents “Forever Young: The Power of Food to Slow Aging”-
                                             March 26 , 2019 @ 7:00pm
Nancy Dell is best known for her “Food for Thought” nutrition news segments that have aired on NBC’s WWLP news since 1984.  Many  local corporations  have contracted with Nancy to train employees to improve eating habits. The first year that the Massachusetts Department of Public Health awarded the “Excellence in Nutrition Education Award”, Nancy was an honored recipient.  Nancy received her Bachelor’s degree in biology from Westfield State College and her Master’s degree in human nutrition from the University of Massachusetts. B’nai Torah is thrilled to have Nancy Dell share with us her expertise. There is no charge for this event but we are requesting reservations. 413-567-0036