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Jewish Calendar 5776

Winnipeg's Jewish Calendar is published each year by Chabad-Lubavitch in time for the Jewish new year and is distributed free-of-charge at local community centres, schools, supermarkets and to subscribers of the Jewish Post & News. The calendar includes a special section of shana tova greetings to the community from people like yourself. We invite you to add your family names with a minimum contribution of $36.

In addition to the greetings, you can announce your simcha, anniversary, yahrtzeit, birthday or send a special message to someone in our calendar. Each date dedication will appear on the actual date of occurrence and can be reserved with a donation of $100 per dedication.

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The greatest story ever told!

Please join us on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 7:30 pm, for a book review and round-table discussion of “Rebbe: The Life and Teachings of Menachem M. Schneerson, the Most Influential Rabbi in Modern History”, by bestselling author Joseph Telushkin. “Rebbe” portrays an empowering story of true leadership and inspired living, with beautiful take-away messages. The book is an excellent template for life.

Event Co-Chairs: Sidney Halpern and Nancy Pitch. Refreshments will be served. Free admission. Generously sponsored by Sidney and Esther Halpern.

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Tisha B'Av Documentary "With My Whole Broken Heart"

Join us for a unique Tisha B'Av program and documentary, on Sunday, July 26, 2015 at 9:00 pm. Please note: Mincha services start at 8:00 pm and Maariv is at 9:50 pm. Fast ends at 10:02 pm.

"With My Whole Broken Heart" is a professionally-produced and emotionally-gripping 45-minute film featuring heart-wrenching stories of valiant parents whose children's lives were claimed by terror and their inspiring responses to their horrific experiences. The documentary also follows the lives of two of the youngest survivors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald who emerged from the darkness and transformed the Jewish landscape.

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