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BSO Women's Circle is a place where women bond, share friendships and develop a deeper understanding of what it means to be a Jewish woman. We sponsor programs and speakers throughout the year on a range of topics including Jewish family education and living, health and leisure, along with a variety of social events including a membership luncheon each Fall. On Shabbat, Women's Circle sets up for the Onegim and Kiddushim that follow our services and also provides catering services for some special events.


   Women's Circle Rosh Hodesh Purim Event

Book Club gets together regularly throughout the year at different members’ homes to explore and discuss books that have a Jewish theme or are about women. Even if you have not read the book, you are welcome to come and join in the discussion.  For more information and/or to get on the email list for Book Club, contact Jan King at (301) 871-6163.

Looking ahead to our next books:
The Alice Network by Kate Quinn - March 3 at Linda Krass' home (please note the change in selection)
The Book of Separation by Tova MirvisMay 5 at Eileen Oslick's home
The Tattoo Artist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris - summer or fall

First Sunday Needlecrafts Program generally meets on the first Sunday of each month. This group of crafters gets together to work on knitted and crocheted projects that are donated or sold as fundraisers for Women's Circle. The crafters invite women and children who want to learn to knit, crochet or cross stitch to join the group in order to introduce them to the work of needlecrafts. For more information, contact Judy Levy-Stutsky at (301) 926-7711.

Monthly Meetings: Women's Circle meets the first Thursday of each month at 7:45 pm at BSO, September through June. The meetings are open to everyone. 

A Member of the Women's League of Conservative Judaism's Seaboard Region 


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