6:00 p.m. Shabbat dinner, catered by Parties by Panache. Menu: “A Greek Feast” with pita bread and hummus, Mediterranean chicken with lemon and garlic, rice pilaf and dried fruit, Greek salad and roasted ratatouille. Cost: Adults $18; Children Ages 3-12 $10. Click here to RSVP by Wed., March. 21 at noon.
7:00 p.m. Shabbat Alive Services, our jazz and pop service with a band, led by Rabbi Rachlis and Cantor Braier. Our K-3rd graders will sing a few songs and all those celebrating birthdays and anniversaries this month will be honored. Our Shabbat Alive musicians are sponsored by Gilbert Gluck and Catherine Bradley.
8:15 p.m. Former Presidential Candidate Gov. Michael Dukakis will speak on “Getting America Back On Track And Building A Better And More Peaceful World.” Since 1991, Gov. Dukakis has been a Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University and a visiting professor at the School of Public Affairs at UCLA. His research has focused on national health care policy reform and the lessons that national policy makers can learn from state reform efforts. Dukakis graduated from Swarthmore College and Harvard Law School and served for two years in the United States Army. Sponsored by Tom and Andra Ellingson.