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Sep 05 2017 | 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Eli Talks- Tuesday Night

ELI Talks warmly invites you to an evening of inspired Jewish ideas with our Fall 2017 ELI Speaker Cohort sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta September 5, 6, and 7 at the Breman Museum in Atlanta.

Enjoy a reception at 6:00 PM while you shmooze with folks from across the city and the speakers themselves. Taping will begin at 7:00 PM--please be prompt as no late admissions will be permitted!


Tuesday night will feature:

Billy Planer
Ilana Kurshan
Madison Jackson
Samantha Hauptman
Sara Kupfer and Tzivie Pill

It won't be the same without you in the room. Join us. ELI Talks is bringing our production of TED-style "inspired Jewish ideas" to Atlanta! Join us as part of our studio audience for any of 3 nights of talks, September 5, 6, and 7.

To purchase tickets click:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eli-in-atl-tuesday-night-tickets-36780868568?aff=es2


 

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