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Pomegranate Guild September 18, 2019 Meeting

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Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda Congregation

100 Elder Street

Toronto, ON M3H 5G7

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Our theme this year is Healing and Repair from a Jewish perspective.

Heal: to make whole again.

As makers, we sense the healing power of our creative activities.

Not only can we practically mend worn items and produce comforting new items, we can also find the practice of making self-healing.

This year we will explore the theme of textiles and textile making as tools of Healing.

How textiles can heal in a historic and/or contemporary context, an individual and/or a community, a body and/or a soul.

Broken to begin with….

There are Jewish customs to begin the new by breaking something!

By breaking a glass at a wedding, wearing ashes at a simcha, leaving an unpainted patch of plaster in a new home we recognize that we are always incomplete, there is work to do, solace to find, healing to undertake.

We'll be making a mini repair kit, or a journal cover or a Rosh Hashanah card to send out your wishes for good health and happiness for the New Year.

Please bring: sewing kit, fabric scraps, scissors and small tweezers.




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Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda Congregation

100 Elder Street

Toronto, ON M3H 5G7

Canada

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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