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Explore Our Virtual Programs

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Bagel Boys

Each week is a different speaker. Bagel Boys is on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. and Fridays at 9:00 a.m.

Please see the attached for the Tuesday schedule:

Please see the attached for the Friday schedule:

Book Reviews

Instructor: Autumn Sadovnik

Join Autumn for a live discussion of what she’s been reading this year and what new books are in her To Be Read List. Talk about genres you may not have considered and expand your reading horizons. Autumn will also give some guidance for accessing books online now that libraries are closed. Each week, she will help one reader with the personalized question: “What Should I read Next?” Do you want help picking your next read? Autumn will pick ONE reader each week, and suggest their next great read.

Broadway Fridays

Instructor: Ellen Katz

Join this Edutainer (Educator & Entertainer) on Friday mornings for a session on a Broadway show. What a wonderful way to kick off your weekend. Ellen has had sessions on Mamma Mia, Jersey Boys, Oklahoma!, Hello Dolly, Hamilton, Phantom of the Opera, South Pacific, The King & I, The Sound of Music and more! Students love her classes and enjoy her performances.

History Series

Instructor: Rabbi Harry Karp

Every 4 weeks is a different topic. Topics have included: Biblical Movies, Great Composers Burt Bacharach & Hal David, The Roman Empire and Its Lessons, The Life & Art of Charlie Chaplin, Laurel & Hardy, The History of Silent Movies, The Persian Jews in Baltimore and more. These sessions are both educational and entertaining. Join Rabbi Harry Karp each Tuesday afternoon for a memorable experience.

How Poetry Speaks to Us in Times of Crisis

Instructor: Gail Lipsitz

During these months of turmoil, isolation and changes caused by the coronavirus, we have struggled to adapt and maintain our equilibrium. We need outlets for our emotions and we seek sources of perspective and hope. Poetry can help fill these human needs. Join us as we read and discuss poems about time, solitude, nature, and friendship. Poems will be posted on the Myerberg Center website the week before each class.

Memoir Writing

Instructor: Barbara Bass

This workshop will help participants retrieve their memories as they write about their lives, recording them for posterity, while at the same time preserving family history. During each session, participants will be encouraged to write, while guided by a skilled writer/teacher. Participants will be provided with writing prompts that will help to spark memories. Over the course of the session, participants will form a community of writers, sharing their stories with the other writers in the class. Instructor Barbara Bass, Ph.D., Professor of English Emerita, Towson University.

Music History

Instructor: Jonathan Palevsky

Jonathan Palevsky is the Program Director at WBJC, a classical music station in Baltimore. His vibrant personality and love for music create an enthusiastic presentation of music history. Topics have included the Genius of Haydn, Baroque, and Meet the Mendelssohns.

Stories from the Soul

Instructor: Holli Friedland

Join our blogging class Stories from the Soul, an online journal for women by women. Thanks to a generous grant from the Jewish Women’s Giving Foundation, participants will learn how to write, post and promote a blog about their life experiences. The stories will be shared with the world through the blog