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Visitors welcome to all events unless otherwise indicated.

Saturday December 10, 2016

  • 5:00 pm

    We welcome Maine Rebbetzin, Lisa Mayer for her program entitled "Poo Poo Poo!", an evening of storytelling for adults.  Lisa is a Clio-award winning Madison Avenue copywriter from New York City who now lives with her Rabbi husband in Auburn, Maine, among the moose. Her writing has been published in newspapers and magazines and she is founder of the Maine Jewish Storytelling Festival.  Read some of her stories on her blog.  The program will begin at 5:00 pm and will be followed by a havdallah celebration and potluck dinner.  RSVP to info@kahalbraira.org.

    Visitors welcome

Sunday December 11, 2016

  • 9:15 am

    Anthony Coleman, New England Conservatory professor, composer and improvising keyboardist will discuss the role of improvisation in Jewish music.  This will include musical demonstration and a duo performance with Anthony and our music director Zach Mayer.  More on Coleman  There will also be a Humanist service and Sunday school.  

    Visitors welcome

Saturday December 17, 2016

  • 5:00 pm

    Celebrate with us!  Register Here.  We tell the story of Chanukah from a secular Humanist point of view. We sing, light candles in our menorah, spin the dreydal and play lots of games and do crafts.  The holiday meal includes plenty of latkes.  

    Visitors welcome

Friday January 6 - Sunday January 8, 2017

  • Friday 7:00 pm - Sunday 2:00 pm

    Madison, New Hampshire

    KB Winter Weekend, at Purity Springs Resort in Madison, New Hampshire is two days of outdoor fun (skiing, snowshoeing, skating, snow tubing), and relaxing indoor activities (swimming, playing games, reading by the fireplace).  It's a wonderful getaway and a great way to meet this friendly group and make friends. It is appropriate for all ages.  More information and registration Here.  Register by December 18.

    Visitors welcome

Sunday January 15, 2017

  • 9:15 am

    Our speaker is Dr. William Smith who directs the National Center for Race Amity based at Wheelock College.  Dr. Smith believes that “race relations in America will not substantially improve unless the public discourse on race moves beyond the blame/grievance framework to one that recognizes and celebrates our ability to overcome racial prejudice through association, amity, and collaboration.”  Our morning also includes Sunday school and adult humanistic service.

    Visitors welcome

Sunday January 29, 2017

Sunday February 12, 2017

  • 9:15 am

    We will celebrate Tu B'shevat, the New Year of the trees, as a modern Jewish environmental holiday.   Children and adults will participate in our seder (ceremoney) as we celebrate the living environment around us.  After children leave for Sunday school classes, adults will hear a speaker on climate change and what we can do to stop the harm to our enviornment.  Read more about the Jewish Humanist meaning of Tu B'Shevat Here.  

    Visitors welcome

Sunday March 5, 2017

Sunday March 19, 2017

Sunday April 2, 2017