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Sunday, March 6 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Café Limmud

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New to the program this year is Cafe Limmud, a unique space at Limmud that aims to generate more discussion between presenters and participants. During each hour of the program, specific presenters will "host" a table in the venue's CC Lounge area. For presenters, it's a great opportunity to begin or continue a conversation with participants who may not have been able to attend your full session, and for participants you might just want to know one last thing from an engaging presenter following their talk. Participants are encouraged to visit the cafe throughout the day, and join one or more conversations of interest to them. All presenter times in Cafe Limmud will be advertised, but it's a fluid space where any new topic can be born. We look forward to sharing this new experience with you. 

Books and other merchandise will be available for sale at some presenters' tables in each Cafe hour - come to schmooze and to browse!

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Dan Mendelsohn Aviv

Dan Mendelsohn Aviv has been engaged in Jewish learning as an educator, lecturer, professor, published scholar and author for almost 25 years. He hosts TanakhCast, a biweekly podcast about the Tanakh, authored End Of The Jews: Radical Breaks, Remakes and What Comes Next and casually maintains a blog at thenextjew.com. Most of all, he is proud of his darling children Maayan, Heala and Tal.
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Danita Dubinsky Aziza

In 2008 I left my comfy cozy life in Winnipeg and with my husband and three teenage children pursued a lifelong dream of living in Israel. I documented my trials of integration in the form of life lessons to provide an appreciation of daily life within Israeli culture and to demonstrate that meeting challenges can provide enormous opportunity for personal growth. My articles were published and were so well received that I went on to write... Read More →
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Shalom Schachter

I began my rabbinic training at Lubavitch Rabbinical College in Montreal and Kfar Chabad. I completed my training through ALEPH - the Alliance for Jewish Renewal and received smicha in 2005. I have served congregations in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec and Ontario and am currently the Chesed Rabbi at Beth Tzedec. I am a member of the Toronto Board of Rabbis and am the TBR representative to the Interfaith Social Action Reform Coalition. I was a... Read More →

Sunday March 6, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
CC Lounge

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