FOOD & FILM - “SHALOM BOLLYWOOD,” Saturday, January 26th at 6pm, at the Synagogue

Join us at the Synagogue this Saturday, January 26th at 6pm for a screening of a special documentary, “Shalom Bollywood: The Untold Story of Indian Cinema,” the first film in our winter Food & Film series. This documentary tells the story of the Jewish women who were the stars of India's early film industry. There will be Indian-inspired soups & tasty desserts. Admission is $15.

Please RSVP to Lydia Kukoff: kukoff@aol.com

Click here to watch the film’s trailer.


TCS/NT MEMBER’S ONLY EVENT: “CABIN FEVER” PARTY - Saturday, February 16th, 5pm - 7pm

If it’s post-holidays and pre-spring, it must be February - a month that’s generally more endured than enjoyed. Which makes it the perfect time for a party. So we’re throwing a Cabin Fever party with nibbles, warming libations, piano music, and good company.

The party will be held at the home of a TCS/NT member. Please RSVP to Lydia Kukoff at kukoff@aol.com and we’ll email you the location.


FOOD & FILM: “CUBA’S FORGOTTEN JEWELS: A HAVEN IN HAVANA,” Saturday, February 23rd 6pm, at the Synagogue

This extraordinary documentary tells the little-known story of thousands of European Jews who escaped the Nazis and found refuge in Cuba. Roughly 6,000 Jews, many of whom were diamond cutters from Belgium, were able to secure visas for Cuba. Once there, they used their diamond syndicate connections to create a thriving diamond polishing industry, making Cuba, for a short time, a major player in the business.

The film will be accompanied by Cuban-inspired soups and tempting desserts. Admission is $15.

Please RSVP to Lydia Kukoff at kukoff@aol.com.

Click here to view the movie trailer.