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What is challenging and fun? Why, it’s a night of Jewish Jeopardy at Temple Sholom, December 17 at 7:45 p.m.

Retired librarian Marilyn Kaufman will lead the community in a rousing game of Jewish Jeopardy, challenging participants with answers ranging from Jewish history, and personalities in government, film, theater, music, and other media, to Jewish accomplishments in science, medicine and beyond.

Kaufman shares her vast font of Jewish knowledge in her unique version of this popular game.

Temple Sholom is located at Avenue U and East 68th Street. There is plenty of on-street parking.

For more, call 718-251-0370.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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