Metro Briefs July 10
Rodef Shalom Congregation will hold its second free garden party on Thursday, July 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The Jimmy Adler Band will play original blues. The Goldstein Entertainment Endowment supports this event.
Visit rodefshalom.org for more information.
Congregation Poale Zedeck will begin its Summer Seuda Shelishit Lecture Series on Saturday, July 19 with Rabbi Daniel Yolkut on “Through the Eyes of Yechezkel.” He will also hold a mini-series on “What’s Bothering the Mefarshim?” this month.
Contact 412-421-9786 or email@example.com for dates, times and locations.
Kollel Jewish Learning Center Women’s Division will hold its 14th annual Women’s Summer Learning Program from July 21 to July 27 at various locations. The program is open to the community.
Contact Stacie Stufflebeam at 412-420-0220, ext. 212 or Stacie@kollelpgh.org for more information.
The Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry’s Food of the Month for July is canned fruit. A Pantry staple, canned fruit can be eaten as a snack, part of a meal or as a dessert. Kosher canned pineapples, peaches and mandarin oranges are popular with Pantry clients, but any additional varieties will increase the number of choices available. Also, the Pantry is accepting extra garden produce. The Pantry will accept whole unprocessed produce throughout the season. For food-safety reasons, the Pantry cannot accept sliced fruits or vegetables or home-canned products.
The Squirrel Hill Farmers’ Market has launched a program with Weinberg Terrace to help make it easier for residents/seniors to shop. Volunteers will assist elderly shoppers through the market, and there are plans to provide seating and shade in the middle of the market for seniors to relax and enjoy the ambiance.