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Welcome to Temple Emanuel Denver

Brenner Family Library

Welcome to our Online Catalog. All are welcome to browse through the catalog. You will need an ID and password to put materials on hold or to write a book review. To set up your ID and password, please click below to submit a Patron Request Form. If you have any questions about the library, please call or send an e-mail message to: Rita Dahlke, Assistant Principal/ Librarian 303-388-4013 X346 Dahlke@EmanuelDenver.org

Book Club with a Twist

What is the Twist? Instead of having a book of the month, there is a theme or a genre of the month and the monthly discussion is based on that theme or genre. The theme is chosen randomly from the suggestion box located in the library. But wait there is more! In addition to discussing the theme of the month the group will plan a cultural gathering that connects to the theme. January theme: Biblical People January Biblical Field Trip - A Mediterranean Meal @ Yaffa's Savory February theme - Mystery/crime/suspense Next Meeting: Tuesday Feb. 25, 7:00 p.m. February Mystery Field trip - Adam's Dinner Mystery Play House March theme - Jews and Food March Field trip - Potluck dinner & and conversation. March Pot luck - March 25th 7:00 p.m. at Temple For more information contact Rita at dahlke@EmanuelDenver.org or 303-388-4013 #346.

Blind Date with a Book

This is the program for anyone who likes to read, share thoughts, meet new people. And only wants a one night fling - I mean commitment. But you have to signup for it! Pick-up a book in the library. The book will be wrapped in a brown bag with a description of the story. You choose by description, not the cover, title or author. We will all gather for light refreshments, and to share our thoughts on the books we read speed dating style! Join us for the fun evening! Returning summer of 2014 - by popular demand! Watch for details!

Review It!

Join the clergy as they review music, books and movies. Watch for upcoming programs

Music, Music, Music

Join the clergy as they review music, books and movies. Watch for upcoming programs

Movies, Movies, Movies

Movies are great for those lazy afternoons, snow days, date nights and procrstination. When you feel like escaping with a movie come checkout the selection of Odies but Goodies, Foreign Films,Jewish Film Festival and New Releases.

Lend a Helping Hand - Put Your Talents to Good Use.

Have you heard? The libray has a new vision. Volunteer your time and talents to help create an interactive, learning, library space. Seeking people with creative ideas who would like to help with creating, planning and implementing programs. Choose your day and hours! A great place for community service hours, B'nai Mitzvah mitzvah project, retired people, moms and dads while kids are in classes, anyone! Meet new people and get involved at your Temple Library.

Hours

Mon. 10:00 - 5:00 Tues. 10:00 - 7:00 Wed. 10:30 - 9:00 Thur. 10:00 - 7:00 Friday - Closed Sat. 9:00 - 2:00 Sun. 8:00 - 2:00 Birthday Books: First Friday of the Month after services

PJ Library is Here!

PJ Library is simple. Each month Jewish children and their families receive a free book about some aspect of Jewish culture or tradition. The books are available for children ages 6 months through 5 years of age. PJ Library is a gift from the local Jewish community in partnership with the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. To sign up for PJ Library visit www.pjlibrary.org PJ books and music are available to checkout of the Temple library. Early Childhood Center of Temple Emanuel 3 year olds enjoy a monthly PJ story and craft hour in the library.

Library BINGO

This Libary reading game is designed for 4th & 6th graders who;Love to read, Play games, Would like to increase their knowledge of Jewish literature and Want to Support the Temple Library, and Earn prizes! Library BINGO is for you! Stop into the library for your BINGO sheet and more information. Bonus; Get your books from Temple library earn prizes and meet school reading requirments!

Young Illustrators

Thank you to the 4 year olds in the Early Childhood Center for the beautiful art work that decorates the library. Every two weeks the children check-out books and draw pictures about their books to decorate the walls, desk and doors. Stop in to see their work.

Library Mitzvah Project - Greeting Cards

Last winter when I was delivering a food donation to the Gathering Place I noticed a box marked "Greeting Cards -please take only what you need". It was one of those moments when you realize that someone has to choose between buying a Birthday card or toilet paper. I had a box full of unused greeting cards at home and thought to myself how many other people have random unused greeting cards. It is such a painless mitzvah to collect cards and deliver a couple times a year. The Religious School students have been preparing meals and collecting hygiene products for the Gathering Place for years; the cards are just one more way that we can help support the women and children experiencing homelessness and/or poverty. Drop off your unused Greeting Cards at the library for the Gathering Place.