Golders Green

Know Before You Go: Modern British Sculpture

By LJCC, February 8, 2011
Time:
Tuesday 22 February
10:30am - 12:30pm

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Jerusalem: Tales of a City

By LJCC, February 8, 2011
Time:
Monday 21 February
10:00am - 4:00pm

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Carmel Spa @ the LJCC: Expectant Parents

By LJCC, February 8, 2011
Time:
Thursday 10 February
8:00pm - 10:00pm

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Educating at care campus

February 3, 2011

Expanding the range of activities at its £44 million care campus in Golders Green, Jewish Care is launching a series of five-week courses at the end of February.

In partnership with The Institute, an East Finchley-based adult education specialist, the charity is offering courses ranging from Hebrew calligraphy to Pilates.

Head of community centres Robin Jacobs said: "Our vision is for the campus to be a hub of communal life from early in the morning until late in the evening.

"This partnership starts our journey to that reality."

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Tuition Fees, BP, Efficiency & Reform: Lord Browne of Madingley

By LJCC, February 2, 2011
Time:
Thursday 3 February
8:00pm

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Four Seasons Lodge, LJCC/JCC Film Night

By LJCC, February 2, 2011
Time:
Monday 7 February
8:00pm - 9:30pm

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Carmel Spa @ the LJCC, Movements In Touch For Seniors

By LJCC, February 2, 2011
Time:
Wednesday 9 February
10:30am

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Experience the Zumba Dance Sensation

By jcclondon, February 1, 2011
Time:
Tuesday 15 February
8:00pm

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Middle East Update, with Hagai Segal

By LJCC, February 1, 2011
Time:
Thursday 24 February
10:30am - 3:30pm

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Poignant Holocaust survivor art gets wider audience

January 27, 2011

The London Jewish Cultural Centre marked HMD by mounting an exhibition of paintings by survivor Alicia Melamed Adams.

It was opened by Suzanne Bardgett, head of research at the Imperial War Museum, who has written about the artist's life and work in the soon to be published Justice, Politics and Memory in Europe after the Second World War.

She explained to guests how Ms Melamed Adams, who survived the Holocaust in the Polish town of Drohobycz, settled in England after the war and began studying art only when the French class she had hoped to join was full.

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