The Art of De-Aging:
A workshop by Janice Novak
Peel years off your biological age
Wednesday, June 29
TIME: 12:30 PM
LOCATION: Sabes JCC - Activity Center
Your chronological age is the number of years you have been alive. It is a fixed number and cannot be changed. Your biological or body age, however, is measured by how well all of your organs and body systems work. And there are many things you can do to affect your biological age. You have more control over how your body ages than you may think. Research has shown us that you can peel years off your bio age. In this workshop, you will learn simple, scientifically proven things you can do right now to decrease your body age. Also, you will learn facial acupressure points to help erase years from your face naturally by increasing muscle tone, decreasing puffiness and eye bag. Reduce lines and prevent new lines from forming. Help
To register, please call Jake Frankel at 952-381-3446 and leave a message with your name and contact information.
summer arts workshopwith glass artist Bonnie Rubinstein
Sunday, July 10
* carpooling available
TIME: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Bonnie’s studio, 309 N. River Rd., River Falls, WI*
Get your summer fun in gear with this daylong glass workshop at the studio of renowned glass artist Bonnie Rubinstein. Bonnie’s studio is located on the beautiful Kinnickinnic River in western Wisconsin, 45 minutes from Minneapolis. Participants will learn about the techniques and possibilities of fused glass and create work of their own.
Workshop followed by a picnic on the river (bring your own lunch) and a behind-the-scenes tour of the Phipps Center for the Arts in nearby Hudson.
In collaboration with Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council
with Meir Shalev
Tuesday, November 15
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: Sabes JCC
Master storyteller and Israels #1 popular author Meir Shalev speaks about his long-anticipated new novel, TWO SHE BEARS. An unconventional literary thriller, spanning three generations in one familys life, the book reveals a tale of love, betrayal, revenge, loss, and salvation. Shalev shares his experience as a writer, delving into a murder story partially based on true events, and the art of weaving together multiple narratives. Join an evening with award-winning author whom the New York Times calls passionate and original.
Shalev delivers both startling imagery and passionate, original characters whose destinies we follow through love, loss, laughter and death NY Times Book Review
Shalev is the recipient of the Juliet Club Prize (Italy); The Prime Ministers Prize (Israel); The Chiavari (Italy); The Entholomogical Prize (Israel); The Wizo Prize in France, Israel, and Italy; and The Brenner Prize of 2006the highest Israeli literary recognitionfor his novel A Pigeon and a Boy (Random House, 2007). He studied Psychology at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and produced and hosted several radio and television programs.
This event is presented by the Israel Center of the Minneapolis Jewish Federation,
in partnership with the Sabes JCC, the St. Paul JCC, and the Twin Cities
Jewish Book Series.
For more information please contact Eilat Harel at 952.417.2321 or firstname.lastname@example.org.