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Congregation Kol Haverim of Glastonbury, Conn., is proud and pleased to partner with the 92 St Y and the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) to bring a series of live interactive broadcasts to the Greater Hartford community. ™, now in its ninth year, is a series of lectures, interviews, panels, and readings featuring newsmakers, political figures, opinion-shapers and authors who discuss the issues and events that affect our lives. Using satellite technology, the 92Y simultaneously broadcasts their renowned educational and cultural programming to community organizations across America.
Psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, columnist, best-selling author and television commentator, Dr. Gail Saltz will talk with special guests Eric Kandel and Elie Wiesel to explore what it means to be human, with a focus on healing, feeling, fortitude and fitness. How does the mind remember? Why are memories so vital to human beings? Can we alter or enhance our memories? What happens to memories over time? Explore both the biological and emotional aspects of the human memory with the world’s most knowledgeable authorities on the subject.
Our evening at Congregation Kol Haverim will begin with refreshments at 6:45pm, with the broadcast starting at 7:30pm. Most 92Y Live programs run about 75 to 90 minutes. We also invite you stay after for dessert and discussion.
This event is open to all. We are excited to share this fascinating discussion with the Greater Hartford community, and beyond!
Tickets are required for this event. Advance tickets are $10 (donation); students free. If available, tickets will be sold at the door for $15.
You can also send a check directly to Congregation Kol Haverim, 1079 Hebron Avenue, Glastonbury, CT 06033. Any questions, contact email@example.com or call 860-633-3966.
This program is made possible in part by support from the Greater Hartford Jewish Federation.
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Congregation Kol Haverim
Kol Haverim is a place where our community comes together to share our lives and to strive to make this world a better place. We come here to learn, pray, celebrate and support each other with love and kindness. Our ongoing mission is to create a vibrant, sacred congregation where each individual can feel at home and contribute his or her Jewish perspectives and personal talents to inspire us all.