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Now in its 17th year, Temple Concord is again proud to present the acclaimed Regina F. Goldenberg Cultural Series made possible with the support of the Regina F. Goldenberg Cultural Fund. All performances are presented on Zoom, unless specified differently.

MONDAY, 03/22/2021 @ 7:30 PM 


My City of Dreams


Sunday, 11/24/2019 @ 11:00 AM 

EDWARD BERENSON, Author: The Accusation: Blood Libel in an American Town
On Saturday, November 22, 1928, Barbara Griffiths, aged 4, strayed into the woods surrounding the upstate village of Massena, New York. Hundreds of people looked everywhere for the child but could not find her. At one point, someone suggested that Barbara had been kidnaped and killed by Jews, and as the search continued, policemen and townspeople alike gave credence to the quickly-spreading rumors. The allegation of ritual murder, known to Jews as "blood libel," took hold.

"A chilling investigation of America's only alleged case of blood libel, and what it reveals about antisemitism in the United States and Europe."

Join us this weekend  as we celebrate Author and Cantor, Barbara J. Ostfeld ...!

Saturday, 01/11/2020 @ 7:00 PM

KOL ISHAH - AN EVENING OF SONG: Barbara J. Ostfeld and Local Female Cantors Concert


Join us for an evening of beautiful music, featuring Cantors Kari Eglash, Esa Jaffe, and Paula Pepperstone with special guest, Cantor Barbara Ostfeld,t he first woman ordained as cantor. Your sould will be stirred by melodies ancient and modern as these voices weave together in beautiful harmony.

Sunday, 01/12/2020 @ 11:00 AM

BARBARA J. OSTFELD, Author - Catbird: The Ballad of Barbi Prim

In Catbird: The Ballad of Barbi Prim, the world meets an insightful, opinionated eight-year-old who’s already taken a few steps toward becoming a pioneer—but also a shadow of her quirky self. Although she’s corroded—sometimes literally—by a toxic but familiar social atmosphere, her love of singing propels her to become the first ordained woman cantor in 3,000 years of Jewish history. A family crisis exposes old and enduring wounds, but she begins to rescue herself—by diligently going to therapy—and embarks on an imperfect but perpetual metamorphosis, becoming the well-coiffed heroine of her own story. Barbara Ostfeld shows us that we are all brave pioneers—at becoming our true selves.

Sunday, 03/22/2020 @ 11:00 AMYOUSEF BASHIR, Author - The Words of My Father, Love and Pain in Palestine

A Palestinian-American activist recalls his adolescence in Gaza during the Second Intifada, and how he made a strong commitment to peace in the face of devastating brutality in this moving, candid, and transformative memoir that reminds us of the importance of looking beyond prejudice, anger, and fear.

"Captivating."--Robin Wright, The New Yorker

Thu, August 5 2021 27 Av 5781