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Kulanu means “All of Us.” It’s a place for empty nesters and those without children; folks who now have more time to meet new folks and try different things. Our goal is to take advantage of Atlanta City life and out on the town, as well as opportunities at The Temple.

Roshim: Barry Zeitman ( and Laurie Gluck ( , Maggie Erickson (


Calendar Highlights: Art Tour of Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Wine tasting, Progressive Dinner Party, Premiere tickets to the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, Westside Beltline Tour.

Israeli Kitchen Encounters

Join us for our final Kulanu event of the year on May 15th at 6:30pm at The Temple!

Discover Israeli culture through a hands on cooking experience where Kulanus will be the sous chefs and the tasters for a meal created together.

Chefs Nir Margalith and his staff (flying in from Israel!) will host the highly successful Israeli Kitchen Encounters across North America and Europe, introducing people to Israeli culture and cuisine by teaching them how to cook authentic Israeli dishes using local ingredients and techniques.

  1. is $40/pp. For questions, please contact Summer Jacobs at . An RSVP is required to attend by May 7th here:

This is a once in a lifetime experience, and an evening not to be missed! BYOB!

**Chef Nir’s cookbooks will be available for purchase with 100% of proceeds benefiting Lone Soldiers and Holocaust survivors.**

Mon, April 22 2019 17 Nisan 5779