Events

To add events to our calendar, please email webcalendar@jewishsgpv.org

Rancho Cucamonga Quakes vs. Inland Empire '66ers July 12, 2015 4:00 pm-8:00 pm Quakes Stadium | 8408 Rochester Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Baseball GameJoin Temple Sholom of Ontario at a QUAKES GAME!

4:00pm – Meet at Temple Sholom of Ontario
5:05pm – Game Time

The first 1,500 attendees will receive a 2015 Quakes Team Card Set.

Only $8.00 per ticket
Tickets available at the Temple Office

For more information, please call Stefanie at (909) 983-9661

Kol Shalom July 18, 2015 9:00 am-11:00 am Beth Shalom of Whittier, 14564 Hawes St., Whittier, 90604

CantorThe Voice of Beth Shalom

Join Hazzan Lance for the Shabbat Morning Siddur Kol Shalom

9:00am Breakfast | 9:45am Service

The service will encapsulate the essence of the traditional Shabbat morning service with reading, discussion, singing and participation.

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562.941.8744 • bswoffice@verizon.net • www.bethshalomofwhittier.net

Tisha B'Av July 25, 2015 8:00 pm-9:30 pm Temple Sholom of Ontario | 963 West 6th Street, Ontario, CA 91762

candlelightJoin us on Erev Tisha B’Av
Candlelight Reading of Lamentations
at Temple Sholom of Ontario

FRIDAY
8pm – Book of Lamentations by candlelight

“The 9th of Av (Tisha b’Av) commemorates a list of catastrophes so severe it’s clearly a day set aside by Gd for suffering”

Please call the Temple Office for more information (909) 983-9661

Tisha B'Av July 26, 2015 10:00 am-9:00 pm Temple Sholom of Ontario | 963 West 6th Street, Ontario, CA 91762

TishaBAvPrayers, Service, and Break-fast
on Tisha B’Av at Temple Sholom of Ontario

SATURDAY
10am – Morning Prayers (and children services)
6pm – Service (lecture and text study)
8pm – Break-fast

Join us for morning prayers, and in the evening, join Rabbi Mattis for a lecture and text study on the Rabbinical response to the destruction of the Temple.  Break-fast to follow.

Please call the Temple Office for more information (909) 983-9661

Montaigne the Musical August 1, 2015 8:00 pm-10:30 pm First Church of the Nazarene | 3700 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. | Pasadena CA

Montaigne_FlyerSee MONTAIGNE, a new musical by Joseph Charney

Performance Dates:
Saturday, August 1 at 8pm
Thursday, August 6 at 7:30pm
Saturday, August 8 at 8pm

General Tickets: $20
Student Tickets: $10

Tickets may be purchased through the Jewish Federation at www.jewishgpv.org/forms or by calling 626-445-0810

Description: A strange teenage boy appears on a High School campus just weeks before prom and graduation.  As he records his reflections regarding his fellow students, he gains insights into his own complex relationship with his mysterious parents. The music enthusiastically punctuates the journey through this delightful musical.
Field Trip to see the Dead Sea Scrolls at the California Science Center August 2, 2015 8:30 am-3:30 pm Beth Shalom of Whittier, 14564 Hawes St., Whittier, 90604

DeadSeaScrollsSee Dead Sea Scrolls, an IMAX film about Jerusalem and the Endeavor Exhibit

Bus leaves Beth Shalom at 8:30am sharp
Return about 3:30pm

Cost: $45 for adults, $35 for children
(includes bus, salad or sandwich box lunch)
Write checks to Beth Shalom of Whittier
Deadline to sign up: July 15

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Call 562.941.8744 for more information

One-day Excursion to see the Dead Sea Scrolls August 2, 2015 9:00 am-6:00 pm Temple Sholom of Ontario | 963 West 6th Street, Ontario, CA 91762

DeadSeaScrollsTemple Sholom of Ontario invites you to join us on a one-day excursion to see the Dead Sea Scrolls

9:00am – Depart Temple Sholom of Ontario
6:00pm – Expected Return

This excursion will include:
Kosher Brunch at the California Science Center
Tickets to the “Jerusalem 3D” film in IMAX
Entrance to the Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit
Entrance to the Space Shuttle Endeavor Exhibit
Round-trip transportation from Temple Sholom

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For more information, including ticket prices, call the office at (909) 983-9661

Montaigne the Musical August 6, 2015 7:30 pm-10:00 pm First Church of the Nazarene | 3700 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. | Pasadena CA

Montaigne_FlyerSee MONTAIGNE, a new musical by Joseph Charney

Performance Dates:
Saturday, August 1 at 8pm
Thursday, August 6 at 7:30pm
Saturday, August 8 at 8pm

General Tickets: $20
Student Tickets: $10

Tickets may be purchased through the Jewish Federation at www.jewishgpv.org/forms or by calling 626-445-0810

Description: A strange teenage boy appears on a High School campus just weeks before prom and graduation. The boy, Montaigne, continuously makes observations of his fellow students, writing his thoughts about each and every one of him in his journal.  As he records his reflections regarding his fellow students, Montaigne gains insights into his own complex relationship with his parents: his father, a philosopher and his mother, a globe-trotting journalist, while taking the other students on a voyage of their own discovery of who they are and where they can go after graduation.
Shabbat Under the Stars August 7, 2015 6:00 pm-8:00 pm Temple Sholom of Ontario | 963 West 6th Street, Ontario, CA 91762

Shabbat_UndertheStarsJoin Temple Sholom of Ontario for
Shabbat Under the Stars

Adults and Children Welcome!

6-7pm Bring your own picnic dinner & enjoy crafts, storytelling, and music
7-8pm Kabbalat Shabbat Service

Call the Temple Office at (909) 983-9661 for more details

Montaigne the Musical August 8, 2015 8:00 pm-10:30 pm First Church of the Nazarene | 3700 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. | Pasadena CA

Montaigne_FlyerSee MONTAIGNE, a new musical by Joseph Charney

Performance Dates:
Saturday, August 1 at 8pm
Thursday, August 6 at 7:30pm
Saturday, August 8 at 8pm

General Tickets: $20
Student Tickets: $10

Tickets may be purchased through the Jewish Federation at www.jewishgpv.org/forms or by calling 626-445-0810

Description: A strange teenage boy appears on a High School campus just weeks before prom and graduation. The boy, Montaigne, continuously makes observations of his fellow students, writing his thoughts about each and every one of him in his journal.  As he records his reflections regarding his fellow students, Montaigne gains insights into his own complex relationship with his parents: his father, a philosopher and his mother, a globe-trotting journalist, while taking the other students on a voyage of their own discovery of who they are and where they can go after graduation.