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At Habonim: Glimpse at a Glantz
The art gallery at Temple Habonim will showcase the photographs of Seymour Glantz and his son, Brian, at a reception on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 6. It runs from 1 to 3 p.m.
Wife, mother and poet Lee Glantz also will read from a collection of her published poems from 1:45 to 2:15 p.m.
Seymour Glantz has been a photographer and artist for more than 65 years and an art educator for more than 55 years. He has taken commercial and personal photographs for industry, education, government, newspapers and various non-profit agencies.
Brian Glantz has been a professional photographer and photo editor for 25 years. Currently, his focus is on portrait photography.
The photography exhibit will continue through February.
The temple is located at 165 New Meadow Road. For more information, call 401-245-6536 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About Temple Habonim
Temple Habonim considers itself a regional center of Jewish life for Rhode Island's East Bay and adjacent Massachusetts towns. As the only established temple in this area, it serves as "a gathering place for social, educational, spiritual, and community activities." The 200-family congregation is bound together by Reform Jewish values. It serves Jews by birth or choice and interfaith families. Shabbat observances are held Friday night and Saturday morning. Among its outreach efforts are social action projects for all ages, teen programs, senior "Renaissance" activities and Sisterhood for women. An accredited religious school serves children from kindergarten through 10th grade and hosts a satellite preschool and after-school kindergarten program for the Jewish Community Center of Rhode Island. Rabbi Andrew Klein provides the spiritual leadership.
Other events here
- An Evening of Interfaith Harmony featuring Prism of Praise Sat, Jun 8, 7:00 pm–9:00 pm