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New York Book Events for The God Upgrade

1. Community Synagogue of Rye, Rye New York

My friend Rabbi Daniel Gropper, who is the rabbi of Community Synagogue of Rye, and I have spent countless hours skiing down vast bowls of powder, contemplating the nature God. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to open his and my conversation to you.

To keep the intimate setting of a chair lift (okay, a little bigger!) we will be gathering in a private home (undisclosed location will be disclosed when you RSVP). We will take about 30 minutes to schmooze and enjoy the delicious nosh our gracious hosts are providing. Then at 10:30 I`ll share some thoughts about my journey in writing The God Upgrade and then take your questions as we launch into a dynamic conversation about the nature of God and the world as we know it.

Signed books will be available for purchase $16/copy.

   Event Details: Rye, NY
Time:  10 am – 12 noon.
(Talk starts at 10:30)
Where:  Sunday, May 22, 2011
What:  I`ll share some thoughts about my journey writing The God Upgrade, then take your questions as we launch into a dynamic conversation about the nature of God and the world as we know it.
Where:  RSVP for location
Who:  You + Friends & Family.
Adults & Kids 12 or older.
Price:  Free. Books will be available for sale.
Why:  Learn about Rabbi K’s
new book, The God Upgrade.
RSVP: Limited to 50 people.
Please RSVP to: ldonaldson@comsynrye.org

 

 
2. Woodlands Community Temple, White Plains, New York

I was at raised Woodlands Community Temple and therefore I believe it to be one of the finest congregations anywhere! I love going "home" to speak at Woodlands and I hope you will join me for this talk. I am thrilled that my colleague Rabbi Billy Dreskin has extended such an enthusiastic invitation for me to come speak and for you to join us!

Signed books will be available for purchase $16/copy.

   Event Details: White Plains, New York
Time:  7:30 pm – 9 pm
Where:  Sunday, May 22, 2011
What:  I`ll talk about the book then answer your questions as we launch into a dynamic conversation about the nature of God and the world as we know it.
Where:  50 Worthington Road
White Plains, NY 10607-2307 [Map]
(914) 592-7070
Who:  You & friends & family. No size limit.
Price:  Free. Signed books will be available for sale.
RSVP: Not needed, but I`d love to know you are coming so I can greet you. Email me: RabbiK@AdventureRabbi.org
 

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