Power of Ten
Thursday Evening Siyyum

Thank you for joining us at our special siyyum where
we commemorated Hadar's 10th Year and honored our outgoing President, Jonathan Lopatin

Click here to listen to R. Shai Held's Keynote Address, "What Religion Could Be"


Click here to see some of the pictures from the siyyum

 


Overview - What is the Thursday Evening Celebration?

 
Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 6:30 pm
Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Place, New York
 

For the past decade, Hadar has been a center of Torah learning, a mekom Torah. We have been and continue to be committed to living bolder, more ambitious, and more meaningful Jewish lives through serious study, service, and prayer. As we celebrate our first 10 years, we could think of no better way to recognize this milestone with our community than through a Jewish learning celebration, honoring our outgoing board president Jonathan Lopatin who has been with Hadar since our creation. At the event we will hold a siyyum, a traditional celebration after learning a significant portion of Torah. Whether or not you have joined in the learning, we invite you to join us as we honor Jon for his dedication to Hadar and the Jewish people. This event will include a reception, reflections on our vision, and a keynote address by Rabbi Shai Held on "What Religion Could Be."

ASL interpreters are available at Hadar when requests are made in advance. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

Date, Time, Location

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 6:30 pm
Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Place, New York

Biography of Jon

Jonathan Lopatin is a former Partner at Goldman Sachs, from which he retired in 2000 after serving as one of the managers of the firm’s foreign exchange sales and trading business. He is the co-founder of not-so-simple productions, a documentary film enterprise dedicated to telling stories of contemporary Jewish life. He is the producer of Eyes Wide Open (2008), a documentary about the experiences of American Jewish visitors to Israel, as well as of Fringes: New Adventures in Jewish Living. He holds a Masters Degree in International Economics from the School of International Affairs at Columbia University, as well as an MA in Talmud from the Jewish Theological Seminary. He is thrilled to have also spent several years doing intensive Talmud study in the bet midrash at Hadar, where he is immediate past-president and current member of the Board of Directors. Jonathan is former President of the Nesiya Institute is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Jewish Theological Seminary and of Encounter Programs, an educational organization cultivating informed and constructive Jewish leadership on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He was formerly Secretary of the Board of Directors of the New Israel Fund, where he continues to be active with the Fund's work promoting Jewish pluralism in Israel. He is married and is the father of two.

Couvert

$180 per person

$65 student/young professional (30 and under)

Sponsorship opportunities available in our registration form. Please contact Jeff Stein with any questions at [email protected]

If you cannot attend but would like to support Hadar or make a gift in honor of Jon Lopatin, please click here.

What is the cancellation policy for registration for the Thursday Night Siyyum?

Before February 2, 100% refunds are available.
Between February 2 - February 16, 75% refunds are available.
Between February 17 - February 23, 50% refunds are available.
After February 23, we are sorry but we cannot refund payments.

Please note that refunds may take up to two weeks to process. We appreciate your patience.

Host Committee

 

10 Year Celebration Committee:

CHAIR

Sally Mendelsohn Bronx, NY

                                                             

Talya Bock Washington, DC
Debbi Bohnen Teaneck, NJ
Yael Nagar Potomac, MD
Beverly Socher-Lerner Philadelphia, PA

 

Host Committee

 

Tali Adler New York, NY Hannah Kapnik Ashar Boulder, CO
Noah Arnow Saint Louis, MO Benjamin Lebwohl White Plains, NY
Jonah Boyarin Oakland, CA Marion Lev-Cohen New York, NY
Daniel Cedarbaum Evanston, IL Stephanie Listokin Newton Center, MA
Rochelle Chaiken New Rochelle, NY Jana Loeb Brooklyn, NY
Margaret Cohn Northbrook, IL Daniel Perla Bronx, NY
Richard Dine Silver Spring, Maryland Nigel Savage New York, NY
Toby Director Bronx, NY Emily Scharfman New York, NY
Nancy Ettenheim Milwaukee, WI Amit Schwalb Swarthmore, PA
Susan Firestone Longmeadow, MA Jerome Snider White Plains, NY
Eric Fisher Bronx, NY Avi Strausberg Saint Paul, MN
Marian Getzler-Kramer NY, NY Mordecai Walfish Brooklyn, NY
Roberta Goldman New York, NY Micah Weiss Philadelphia, PA
Harman Grossman Teaneck, NJ Eric Woodward Blue Bell, PA
Benjamin Hofkin Minneapolis, MN    

Committee In Formation

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