Calendar: October 21-27
FRI | OCT 21
SHABBAT IN THE SUKKAH
Join a special Shabbat in the Sukkah! Everyone will enjoy a service followed by a taco bar dinner. Limited to the first 75 people to register. Intended for young Jewish professionals, ages 21 to 39. 7 p.m. service; 8 p.m. dinner. $15. Sinai Temple, 10400 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. (310) 474-1518. SUN | OCT 23
NETIYA’S FOOD, FAITH & FIELD SYMPOSIUM
Netiya will convene L.A.’s first symposium for the faith sector to support more proactive land use and foster greater self-reliance and community food sovereignty. The goal is to have attendees leave with ideas, skills and resources to share with their spiritual center/religious institution. Featuring speakers, Aztec dancers, a harvest ritual, workshops, food tastings and a tour of a successful congregational garden. 3 p.m. $35; $5 for kids 12 and younger. Prince of Peace Episcopal Church, 5700 Rudnick Ave., Los Angeles. ” target=”_blank”>lafilmfest.org
CARING ACROSS GENERATIONS MEDICAL WORKSHOP
“Ethical Challenges and Questions in the Medical World” is the topic of discussion at this afternoon event presented by the faith-based national organization Caring Across Generations. Dr. Stuart Finder, director of the Center for Healthcare Ethics at Cedars- Sinai Medical Center, will be the featured speaker. A light lunch will be served. 1:30 p.m. First Christian Church, 4390 Colfax Ave, Studio City.
SINGLES MIMOSA BRUNCH
Do you love bagels and mimosas? Are you looking to meet the great love of your life? Come enjoy brunch in the Sinai Temple sukkah with like-minded Jewish singles. Intended for young Jewish professionals, ages 21 to 39. 2 p.m. $10. Tickets available at eventbrite.com. Sinai Temple, 10400 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. (310) 474-1518. ” target=”_blank”>jewishrenewalinpoland.org.
WED | OCT 26
CANCER SCHMANCER HEALTH SUMMIT
Hosted by Fran Drescher, this health summit will transform attendees from patients into medical consumers. There will be panels and Q-and-A opportunities with experts in traditional and alternative medicine, men’s health, holistic health, mental health, detoxing your home, and more. Speakers include Kristi Funk, renowned breast surgeon; Cary Presant; Stacy Malkan, founder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics; Ed Begley Jr., actor and environmentalist; actress Marilu Henner; Sheila Patel, medical director of the Chopra Center; and Antonio Jimenez, renowned alternative cancer therapy oncologist and hematologist of Hope4Cancer. Funds raised support the organization’s Early Detection Fran Vans to bring services to underserved women and Cancer Schmancer’s school assembly prevention programs. 9 a.m. $175; $300 for VIP. All sponsor packages include a private 9-10 a.m. reception that includes a meet-and-greet with Drescher. Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles. ” target=”_blank”>international.ucla.edu. Haines Hall, room 118.
MAINSTAGE KICKOFF HAPPY HOUR
Join a midweek happy hour! Unwind after work with other young professionals and learn about MainStage 2016, The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles’ biggest young adult event of the year, coming in November. Sign up by 9 a.m. Oct. 26 to skip the line. Cash bar. 6:30 p.m. Free. Nirvana, 8689 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills. (323) 761-8214. THURS | OCT 27
TRIPLE ART OPENING
Come see three new exhibits: “Seek My Face: The Art of Joshua Meyer 2000-2016”; “Wings” by Harriet Zeitlin; and “The German Roots of Zionism,” an educational exhibition. Meyer is known for his thickly layered paintings of people. He is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant as well as the Sustainable Arts Foundation Award. Additionally, he attained a painting fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Zeitlin has had 25 solo shows and has participated in 100 group shows. She is the recipient of a California Arts Council Grant and City of Los Angeles Cultural Grant. The third exhibit was organized by the Leo Baeck Institute (and made possible by the German Information Center USA). It explores the dream of refuge from anti-Semitism and the popular 19th-century dream of having a place for Jewish religion and culture to flourish. Some of the most enduring expressions of the Zionist vision emanated from assimilated Jews in cities such as Vienna and Berlin, where Jews enjoyed unprecedented rights and prosperity. 7 p.m. Free. Hillel at UCLA, 574 Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles. (310) 208-3081, ext. 108. email@example.com. Temple Emanuel, 8844 Burton Way, Beverly Hills. (310) 446-4232.