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An Evening with Sensei Eyal Nir, 2018 EUROPEAN Karate Gold medalist, noted lecturer & author, global presenter of bu-do karate, chairman of Dento Karate Israel

The BuDo-Way program serves as a bridge making BuDo (Japanese martial arts) centuries-long accumulated treasure of knowledge accessible for participants to leverage in a self-discovery and growth journey.
Sensei Eyal Nir is leveraging his lifelong combined experience to help participants benefit from BuDo wisdom adapted and applied to life in the 21st century.

See here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VUSZ4--qs4&feature=youtu.be

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Friday, 10/12

Chabad SF - 496 Natoma St.

7:00pm - Kabbalat Shabbat Services

8:00pm - Kiddush, Shabbat Dinner & workshop with Sensei Eyal Nir

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A unique Friday night experience for Young Jewish Professionals, ages 21-39

Enjoy an open bar, hors d'oeuvres, & delicious baked goods by Frena Bakery and Cafe 

4th Friday of every month 6 PM-8 PM

at Frena Bakery and Café
132 6th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

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Project of Chabad SF - SOMA Shul 

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 Lunch and Learn

Enjoy nourishment for your body and soul 12-1pm every Wednesday. 
Xim inc 400 Beale St #103 (Entrance right off the street).

Email us to let us know you are attending. 

 

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 Lunch and Learn

TALMUD CLUB
Wednesdays
7:30pm - Schmooze & Cruise, with delicious baked goods by Frena Bakery and Cafe
8:00pm - Talmud

@ Chabad SF 496 Natoma St. (@6th St.)

What is Talmud Club about?

Perhaps you have been curious about the Talmud, but thought it was complex and inaccessible to anyone lacking extensive training. Not anymore. The Rohr Jewish Learning Institute is proud to launch the MYSHIUR Talmud Learning Initiative, an innovative entry to this magnificent work. You need no prior knowledge of the Talmud and no formal legal training. There are no prerequisites other than an open mind.

We invite you to join a 2,000-year-old conversation that is still relevant today. Join us in the ancient study halls of Jerusalem and Babylonia. Add your voice to other voices that span the millennia, as you experience firsthand the exhilarating mental exploration that characterizes traditional Talmud study.