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"Impossible to Translate, But I'll Try," True-Life Israeli Stories with Storyteller Noa Baum

Sunday, June 4, 2017, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m., Social Hall

Celebrate the end of a successful CBH year and an informative Annual Meeting (to be held earlier the same day, with a festive reception in between events) with an afternoon of stories for adults and teens by award-winning storyteller Noa Baum.

A native of Israel and a former Davis resident, Noa will take us on a poignant and humorous journey through her life.  Growing up in Jerusalem is more than the Bible and war, and Noa will help us to experience a completely different side of Israel with stories of childhood adventures, outrageous matchmaking and all the love in between.

In Noa's own words: "Israel is often associated with conflict, religion or polarizing issues painted in broad black or white strokes.  It is either put on a pedestal or reviled.  Everyone seems to have an opinion about Israel, but few have ever experienced it.  For me, Israel is not a concept; it's my home, and my experience of growing up there is full of stories, not shrill sound bites and violent headlines.  I hope these stories will connect you with my Israel:  funny, normal, unique and full of many shades of color and love."

Ticket sales begin Monday, May 1;  please place your order below.  All tickets will be "will call;" check in by last name at the door.  For more information about Noa Baum, please click here to visit her website.  Contact Rabbi Greg at rabbi@bethaverim.org or 530-758-0842 with questions about this event.

Thank you for your order.  We look forward to sharing this afternoon of storytelling with you!  Once you have completed payment on the next page, an acknowledgement will be emailed to you, as well as a PayPal/credit card receipt.

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