October 10, 2018 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

New Stockton AC campus brings promise and opportunities for entire community

Move over, Ann Arbor and Amherst; “There’s a new college town on the scene…and our College Avenue is the Atlantic City Boardwalk,” said Leo Schoffer, Stockton University’s vice chairman of the board, to a crowd of hundr More...

Shabbat Candlelighting Times for the Shore:

Friday, October 12 – 6:06 p.m. Friday, October 19 – 5:55 p.m.   More...

SGLC seniors enjoy live jazz Music & Memories

Nearly 100 residents of Seashore Gardens Living Center and their guests enjoyed Jazz in the Garden, a free concert, on Sept. 6. More...

A message we all need to hear

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

There has been little press coverage of the recent White House announcement that it intends to lower the number of refugees to be admitted to the United States through the Refugee Admissions Program from the current level of 45,000 (2018) to only 30, More...

JCC and Hadassah offer unique dinner theater event on Oct. 14

Don’t miss out on a fun night of food, fun and making new friends on Sunday, October 14, at 6 p.m., when Shaloma Hadassah and the Margate JCC offer “Mystery, Murder & Mishigas,” an interactive dinner theater program.  More...

JCC offers Musical Mondays series starting Oct. 15

The JCC is offering a duo of Israeli musical events on October 15 and 29. This two-part series will highlight Israeli musicians. Coffee, tea and a light brunch will be served. More...

Community Event Calendar

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 BERON-JOAS Armchair exercise, 11:15 a.m., followed by Bingo at 11:45 a.m., free musical program at 12:15 p.m. and Shabbat lunch at 1 p.m. More...

Remembering survivors and their contributions is a 30-year-old local tradition

Growing up in Vineland, Barbara Cinger Roth never realized that most of her family had been murdered in the Holocaust. More...

Stockton donates railroad tracks to Philadelphia Holocaust Memorial

Last month, Stockton University donated three railroad track segments from Bialystok, Poland, used by trains that transported Jews to death camps, to the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation. More...

JFS seeks volunteers

JFS has numerous volunteer opportunities for those who would like to donate their time to help others. More...

Israeli pianist Tomer Gewirtzman kicks off Bay Atlantic Symphony season

Israeli pianist Tomer Gewirtzman will join the Bay Atlantic Symphony and hold music-lovers spellbound with Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2. as the symphony’s 2018/2019 season opens. More...

Beth El offers free taste of life in Vilna at Oct. 18 dinner

Vilna, Lithuania, was once known as the Jerusalem of Eastern Europe, thanks to its rich Jewish life, arts and culture. More...

Kulanu offers teens fun, meaningful, and cutting-edge ways to learn about Judaism

COMMUNITY CORNER

There’s still time to sign your teenage daughter, son, or grandchild up for the Kulanu School of Jewish Studies. Kulanu’s weekly classes for teens in grades 7 through 11 begin on Tuesday, October 16, at 7 p.m., at Shirat Hayam in Ventnor. More...