How do we choose the WCW each month? Sometimes you have to leave it to the sisterhood – the Temple Emanu-El
Sisterhood, that is. They recommended that we profile Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman who runs, well, just about everything there at the Temple while her husband, Rabbi Brenner J. Glickman tends to the
Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman
So yes, you read that right: it’s a two-rabbi family and a WCW first in that regard. Find out how Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman manages being a writer (author of several books), spiritual advisor, Temple publicist and organizer while being a mother of three (I know she does look very young...). Here’s her profile (a PDF).
On April 12 and 13, the Historic Asolo will have young German pianist Alexander Schimpf performing music by Bach, Brahms, Debussy and Kapustin. Presented by Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota. Tickets, Call 941-306-1202 or visit www.artistseriesconcerts.org.
Voices of the Holocaust
On April 18 (International Day of Holocaust Remembrance) Gloria Musicae, under the direction of Joseph Holt, will have the Florida premiere of “Voices of the Holocaust” – a cantata composed by Sheridan Seyfried based on songs sung in ghettos and concentration camps in World War II. Performers collaborating include: Sarasota Young Voices, Sarasota Jewish Chorale, Booker High School Music program, Sarasota Choral Society, the Chroma Quartet and the Sarasota Manatee Dance Alliance. April 28 at 7:30 p.m.. at the Van Wezel. Tickets: 953-3368 or visit www.gloriamusicae.org.
The Hormone Connection to Weight Loss
You can blame your hormones or you can tame your hormones. To find out how hormones affect weight and what you can do about it, be sure to attend a free seminar presented by Dan Watts, MD, of The Renewal Point and Sarasota Specialty Pharmacy. The seminar is open to men and women and will be offered at LA FITNESS, 4057 Cattlemen Rd., Sarasota, and will be held on Tuesday, April 29 at 7 p.m. RSVP to: 366-0880 or at www.sarasotarx.com. The first 25 who sign up are eligible for a drawing….!
Who received the most clicks in last month’s e-blast?
The Click Champ winner in March was the Women’s Resource Center with 26 clicks; Bradenton’s Art Slam had 20 and the Jewish Federation had 11.
Will you be next month’s CLICK CHAMP? List your event here and find out! WCW is now offering you the opportunity to promote your event in our e-blast. Just $25 gets you 40 words – enough to list your event, fundraiser, networking event, seminar or lecture and get your message to 4,000 WCW digital readers!
To advertise your event, email us at [email protected] Deadline for May: April 20. Questions, call 954-3300.
Also in April WCW: Our Guide to the Sarasota Film Festival
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