Jewish Culture Shuk classes to include love, death, art, God

More than a dozen local rabbis and educators will present adult education classes on myriad topics at the Jewish Culture Shuk on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. at Tucson Hebrew Academy.

A shuk is an open marketplace; the Jewish Culture Shuk, presented by the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona Coalition for Jewish Education and Synagogue-Federation Dialogue, offers ideas rather than material goods.

Classes range from “The Life and Times of Elie Wiesel” to “The Chassidic Approach to Love, Happiness and Oneness,” covering everything from how to talk to children about God to art, music, aging and eternal life.

Each participant will choose two one-hour classes, followed by coffee and dessert. The cost is $10. Registration is available online through Nov. 18 at jfsa.org. Walk-in registration begins at 6:15 p.m. For more information, contact Suzanne Amador at 577-9393, ext. 121 or samador@jfsa.org.

Transportation for seniors and people with disabilities available; call Sheryl at 465-4323.