Schedule

As of May 2020

Friday, March 27—Temple Beth Torah, Melville, 6:30 (Service), 8:00 (Dinner), 8:30—Judaism and the Afterlife. POSTPONED

Monday, April 6—Friedberg JCC, Oceanside, 1-2:15 pm, Lincoln (DONE VIA ZOOM ON MAY 11)

Thursday, April 16—Temple Beth El, Huntington, 7:30-9 pm, Dylan Part Two.  POSTPONED

Wednesday, April 22—Friedberg JCC, Oceanside, 12:30-2 pm, David in literature.  POSTPONED

Wednesday, April 22—St. Hugh’s of Lincoln, Huntington Station, 7-8:30 pm, The Four Foremothers. POSTPONED

Wednesday, April 29—Friedberg JCC, Oceanside, 12:30-2 pm, David in art and music.  POSTPONED

Friday, May 1—Sunday, May 3—Temple David, Monroeville, PA, SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE, Friday morning—The David and Bathsheba Story: #MeToo or A Forgivable Sin; Friday night—What Reform Judaism and Orthodox Mysticism Have in Common; Saturday night—Dylan; Sunday morning—Why King David Is Still Relevant 3,000 Years After He Lived.  POSTPONED

Thursday, May 14—JCC Manhattan, 2-3 pm, Dylan (DONE VIA ZOOM)

Saturday, May 16—Temple Beth Sholom, Hull, MA 12-1 pm. POSTPONED

Tuesday, May 26—The Four Foremothers, Mill Group 1, Molloy College, Rockville Centre, 11:30 am-12:30 pm.  POSTPONED

Thursday, May 28— Congregation Kol Tikvah, Parkland, FL SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE Tikkun Leil Shavuot, Text Study. POSTPONED

Friday, May 29— Congregation Kol Tikvah, Parkland, FL SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE Erev Shabbat Service, What Reform Judaism and Orthodox Mysticism Have in Common.  POSTPONED

Friday, June 12—Garden City Jewish Center, Garden City, NY, 7:30-8:30 pm, What Reform Judaism and Orthodox Mysticism Have in Common

Friday, July 3—Temple Israel of Riverhead, 5:30—BBQ, 7—Service, 7:45-8:30—Why David Is Still Important 3,000 Years After He Lived.  POSTPONED

Wednesday, June 24–Smithtown Rotary Club, Smithtown, 1-1:30 pm, book talk

Friday, October 30—Temple Beth Shalom, Needham, MA, 6:15-7:30 pm, Book talk: two chapters:  The Last Lecture and We Are the Ones God Sends

Sunday, November 1—Old Ship Church, Hingham, MA 10:25-11:45 am, Election