Singles Group Meet & Greet

Exciting Singles Meetup at Stonehaus – Wine, Pizza, and Great Company!”

Wednesday, January 24, 2024 | 6:00 PM | Stonehaus, Westlake Village

Are you single and ready to mingle in a fun and relaxed setting? Join us at Stonehaus in Westlake Village for an exceptional evening of socializing and making new connections!

Location: Near the spa back entrance at Stonehaus, Westlake Village.

This special gathering is an opportunity for singles in our TAE community and beyond to come together, share interests, and enjoy a delightful evening. Whether you’re looking to make new friends or seeking that special someone, this event promises a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere for everyone.

Here’s what you can look forward to:

  • Complimentary Treats: Enjoy a free glass of our finest wine and a delicious slice of pizza on us!
  • Age-Specific Groups: After meeting as a larger group, we’ll break out into smaller groups based on the age ranges specified in the interest form (Ages: 45 to 55, 55 to 70, and70 +)
  • Community Connection: This event is a fantastic way to meet other singles who are interested in various social events, from outdoor adventures, cultural outings, to simply great conversations over coffee.

Haven’t signed up yet? No worries! Please take a moment to complete our short interest form, click here.

RSVP Today: To ensure we have enough wine and pizza for everyone, please RSVP by emailing Cheryl Landsberg at by Tuesday, January 23, 2024.

Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to connect with like-minded singles in a beautiful setting. We can’t wait to see you there!

For any questions or more information, feel free to reach out to Cheryl Landsberg. Let’s make this a memorable evening for our vibrant single community!


Shalom in Israel: An Inside Look at the War Against Hamas with Benjy Maor (Munitz)

SOCIAL HALL and ZOOM, click here.
9:15 A.M.

Benjy Maor grew up in the Los Angeles area and made aliyah (moved to Israel) in the 1980s. There, he served in leadership positions including Director of Development at Beit Issie Shapiro and Director of Resource Development at Tzad Kadima (Steps Forward), providing support to children and adults who suffered brain damage.

Benjy is also deeply knowledgeable about the political and military situation in Israel and recently helped our congregants to understand the democracy protests. He is bringing his insight and knowledge so we can better understand the difficult situation in Israel.

Please RSVP to Bob Salfi at rsalfi@alumni.stevens.eduso we know how many people to expect. A suggested donation of $5 at the door will be appreciated to help cover the cost of the breakfast.

Open to our entire congregation. Sponsored by TAE Brotherhood.

Here is what Benjy said about donating money:

1. Brothers and Sisters in Israel:
A call to action over the brutal attack on Israel.
This organization…
* Support for victims and their families
* Provide meals and clothing
* Host displaced families from the warzone
* Set-up ad-hoc logistic centers at the heart of Israel for clothing and pharma supplies

2. The Israel Coalition:
The Israel Trauma Coalition provides a holistic-collaborative approach that includes knowledge, tools and resources for optimal emergency preparedness, professional support, focused on the rapid recovery of the individual, community and strengthening national resilience.

3. United Hatzalah of Israel:
We are a community-based volunteer emergency medical services (EMS) organization committed to providing the fastest response to medical emergencies across Israel  even prior the arrival of ambulances and completely free of charge.

All these three have been vetted by Benji and his close friend who represents a British philanthropist.