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Far Away, Close to Home at Gallery Har Shalom
This photogography exhibit displays photographs depicting scenes from Israel and from the DC area by three photographers--Neil Willens, Germantown; and the team of Susan Maldon Stregack and Rollin Fraser, Silver Spring.
Although Israel is far away, it is nonetheless very close to home for the Jewish community. And even closer for members of Har Shalom is our sanctuary, designed by award-winning architect and artist Michael Poness. In his role as artist, Michael brings his widely-exhibited ceramic vessels to our gallery showcases.
|Where||Congregation Har Shalom 11510 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD 20854|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About Congregation Har Shalom
Congregation Har Shalom is a progressive, egalitarian, participatory conservative Jewish congregation located in Potomac. Har Shalom first began in 1964, when a few dozen families used a portable ark and a borrowed Torah and practiced the faith in members' homes and school auditoriums. Now, more than 800 families attend Har Shalom. The congregation has daily services and offers active and diverse educational, social, religious, cultural and community-oriented programs for all ages.
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