Breast and Ovarian Health with Rivkin EDU
Wednesday, August 5, 12:00-12:40pm
Join Beth Shalom and Rivkin EDU for a fun, frank, fear-free workshop on breast and ovarian health that will empower you to know your body and advocate for your health! Please RSVP here to receive the Zoom link. Our 40 minute digital workshop will be led by a trained health instructor and breast or ovarian cancer survivor. It will run through:
- Signs and symptoms of breast and ovarian cancer
- Tools to assess personal cancer risk and discuss family health history
- Risk Factors for breast and ovarian cancer
- Healthy Lifestyle to reduce risk of cancer
- Cancer Myth debunking
COVID Q&A with Dr. Paul Pottinger
Tuesday, June 23, 12:00-12:30pm
Get your COVID questions answered by Dr. Paul Pottinger, UW associate professor of Medicine and Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Send questions in advance to Melani Baker, or there will be an opportunity to ask them during the session. Dr. Pottinger will be able to answer general questions about COVID-19, but not to give personal medical advice. Questions about Beth Shalom’s plans to reopen can be directed to COVID19@bethshalomseattle.
Immigration Lunch, Learn and Action
Wednesday, July 1, 12:00-1:00pm
Learn how our Beth Shalom community has supported immigrants and refugees during this health crisis. As we approach July 4th, join CBS’s Immigration and Sanctuary Group in exercising your rights for those who have been denied theirs. The event will include opportunities for immediate action to support immigrants and refugees that we can engage in together. Contact Melani Baker for the Zoom invitation.
Religion in Israeli music and culture
Wednesday, July 15, 12:00-12:20pm
Join CBS’s Shinshin Abaye Singer as he joins us live on Zoom from Israel. Learn about how religion plays a part in Israeli music and in day to day life across the country. Contact Melani Baker for the Zoom invitation.