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60th Museum & Celebration

Come visit our museum and join us at one of our special events! We are grateful for the many stories and pictures you have shared throughout the year. As we culminate our 60th year, we have gathered those submissions along with TBA’s archives to create an interactive museum experience.  

When you come to TBA, you’ll have the opportunity to visit one of our many museum sections that highlight the strength of our community through the dedication of our founders and current members, lifecycle moments, historical events around the world, Israel trips, arts and music events, school and youth activities, and so much more. Check out our event schedule below for exact times and RSVP information.

Wondering what you'll find in the museum?

  • Photos from all 60 years – ELC class pictures, confirmation photos, gala celebrations, Israel trips, life cycle events - just to name a few. 

  • A timeline including Rabbis, construction and Torah projects and so much more. 

  • Artifacts – lifecycle items (kippot, tallit, wedding huppah, etc.), temple play props and costumes, news clippings, old Kadimas (newsletters).

  • Videos and audio recordings from past Temple plays, musical guests, and interviews. 

  • A retrospective on how TBA helps us navigate the world including responses to events locally and globally, prominent guest speakers, and social action initiatives. 

  • Stories from all of you to read, listen to, and watch about your connection to TBA. 

Event Schedule

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FAMILIES WITH YOUNG CHILDREN

FRIDAY l APRIL 26

Families with young children are invited at 5 p.m. to join Rabbi Stern for Shabbat blessings and Little Beats for some singing and dancing! Afterwards we will enjoy dinner together in celebration of Shabbat and TBA’s 60th anniversary with our youngest community members. Geared towards families with children under age 7.  

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

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GRADES K - 5
SHABBAT SERVICE

FRIDAY l APRIL 26

We will celebrate Shabbat at our 6:15 p.m. service. Rabbi Stern and Emma Rehfeld will be assisted by our K-5 students to lead a Shabbat service. Following services, we’ll enjoy a delicious ice cream sundae bar for oneg. All are welcome.

 

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

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CELEBRATE
ISRAEL DAY


SUNDAY l APRIL 28

Join us from 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. (or Religious School families at 11 a.m.) in a celebration of Israel including food, crafts, and music. The museum includes a display of photos of past TBA family and teen Israel trips and an opportunity to write notes for the Western Wall in Jerusalem for next year’s adult trip to deliver for us. Whether you have been to Israel with TBA or never been at all, we hope you will join us in this celebration. All ages welcome.

 

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

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SENIOR LUNCH
& SCREENING


MONDAY l APRIL 29

Beginning at 11:30 a.m., TBA seniors are invited to lunch and a special screening of our Senior Stories. Many of our seniors participated in this project and were interviewed to create a video archive of their history at TBA. Seniors, along with Rabbi Stern and Emma Rehfeld, will be the first to have access to this incredible video. In addition to lunch and the video seniors will be able to tour the entire museum at this time. Once the museum closes the video will be accessible online and featured in of the exhibits at the museum.  

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

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OPEN MUSEUM
HOURS

TUESDAY l APRIL 30
FRIDAY l MAY 3

Can't make it to one of our events or want more time to walk around the museum when it is a little quieter? Join us for open museum hours and enjoy at your own pace. Open hours are Tuesday, April 30 2 - 5 p.m. and Friday, May 3, 5 - 6 p.m.

RSVP NOT NEEDED

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JAZZ SHABBAT SERVICE
& DESSERT RECEPTION

FRIDAY l MAY 3

The museum will open for visitors at 5 p.m. prior to services. Join us for a little nosh and an opportunity to walk through the exhibits before services.  At 6:15 p.m. we hope to see all of you at our culminating Jazz Shabbat service as we honor our history and present through our unique TBA service led by Rabbi Keith Stern, Emma Rehfeld, and TBA’s Jazz band.  

Following services, we’ll have a special dessert reception and celebration with opportunities to connect with each other and to visit the exhibits one last time.  

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

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