Jewish Kent Community Day at Chatham
The second Jewish Kent Community Day took place at Chatham Memorial Synagogue on Sunday 12 June 2005. This was an afternoon event with activities as varied as a kosher wine tasting, a
music workshop and an amusing talk by TV star Juliette Kaplan.
Click here to read the report in the Jewish Chronicle.
Click here to read the report in the Bromley Reform Synagogue magazine “Highlight”.
This followed the first Jewish Kent Community Day which took place on Sunday 31 October 2004.
As well as enjoying a lunch of chicken soup, viennas and latkes, those attending heard talks by the Rev Malcolm Weisman, Minister for Small Communities and
Mark Negin a well known theatre designer. There was a quiz and a raffle which raised £90 for Magen Dovid Adom. After lunch we were entertained by Isaac Bashevis Singer’s story of “The Lantuch” told by David
herling and the event conclued with traditional Jewish folk music sung by Nina Maraney (assisted by the younger children).
This event was organised by all the local communities represented in Jewish Kent.