Adventures in Learning 2022 Past Events

THE “COP” CASES: WHAT’S HAPPENING AND WHAT TO EXPECT NOW

When: Friday, January 14, 2022
Time: 12:30PM Refreshments ▪ 1:00 Program
Where: Lurie 2501 Wayzata Boulevard
Cost: $10.00 per person – All proceeds benefit the BOND Scholarship Programs
Guests welcome

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Marshall H. Tanick, a Certified Civil Trial Specialist, will present a timely discussion on the background, status and developments in a number of past, present and upcoming criminal trials of police officers in the Twin Cities, including the four Minneapolis officers involved in the George Floyd case. Tanick has been continuously named as a Minnesota “Super Lawyer” and “Top 100 Lawyers”. He was also named “Attorney of the Year” by Minnesota Lawyer Magazine in 2019.

Do not miss this unique opportunity as he examines some of the legal, moral, and practical issues and the effects of those incidents and cases we don’t often get from media sources! Questions and further thoughts will be welcomed after the presentation.


#ME TOO Movement and the Jewish Community

When: Monday, February 28, 2022
Time:
11:00 AM
Where:
Zoom presentation
Cost:
Free
Guests welcome

Hazzan Joanna DulkinHazzan Joanna Dulkin, Adath Jeshurun Congregation, will present a program on how the Jewish community is responding to continuing revelations of sexual misconduct, structural gender inequity and continuing microgressions. What types of responses have arisen and who is leading the way? The work to combat these phenomena has only recently begun, but the conversation is very much alive and active. From movement-wide initiatives to individual organizations working on best practices, how is the culture continuing to change? Hazzan Dulkin has been involved in these conversations as a national leader in the Cantors Assembly and Judaism’s Conservative Movement. There will be an opportunity for questions and discussion on a very challenging issue in today’s conflicted world! 


MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS IN MINNESOTA

When: Tuesday, April 26,2022
Time: 1:00pm Refreshments – 1:30 Presentation
Where: Lurie LLP ▪ 2501 Wayzata Blvd
Cost: $10 per person
Guests welcome

AIL-APR262022Special guest, Christine Stark (Anishinaabe and Cherokee) will discuss the historical and contemporary issues related to missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Minnesota. She is an award-winning writer, researcher, professor, visual artist and
national and international speaker. Stark will share portions from her new novel, “Carnival Lights” and share current efforts to end the ongoing impact of colonization on Native communities.


THE COLORFUL EXPRESSIONS OF DAVID HOCKNEY

When: Thursday, April 28th, 2022 
Time: Tour 11:00am
Where: Walker Art Center
Cost: $20 per person – Proceeds benefit BOND Scholarship programs
*Lunch on your own at the Walker’s new restaurant Cardamom 12:15pm

AIL-APR282022This special exhibition, led by veteran educator and BOND member Sharon Zweigbaum, should not be missed! Drawn from the Walker’s substantial holding of the artist’s works – including paintings, prints, drawings, and theatrical pieces, the exhibition is aptly named “David Hockney: People, Places & Things” and covers the full span of his career. This event is limited by Walker guidelines to 10 people.


TWO JEWS WALK INTO A WAR...
by Seth Rozin ▪ directed by Sally Wingert with Avi Aharoni and Nathan Keepers

When: Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Time: 1:00pm performance
Where: Highland Park Community Center Theater ▪ 1978 Ford Parkway, St. Paul ▪ 651-647-4315
Cost: $25.00 per person
**$6.00 of ticket charge is tax deductible and benefits BOND’S Scholarship programs 
Guests welcome ▪ Limited seating!!!

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Zeblyan and Ishaq are the last two Jews living in Kabul. While they both want to urgently repopulate their ancient Jewish community, how to do so is something they cannot agree upon. Against a backdrop of explosions and bullets, the two men must reconcile their theological differences and work together. Inspired by true events, this play balances Borscht Belt humor and poignancy in a touching look at cultural continuity.

After the performance, join us for a special TalkBack with cast members Avi Aharoni and Nathan Keepers. Six Points Theater Producing Artistic Director Barbara Brooks will moderate.