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60’s Folk Revival at Temple Har Zion

By: Fran Isaacs

Temple Har Zion’s Sisterhood has as part of its mandate to support the youth of our Temple.  This requires us to fundraise from time to time in order to support programs like Tot Shabbat or for equipment for our school, to provide bursaries to our youth for conventions and March of the Living, and provide scholarships to our families that wish to send their children to Camp George.

We are proud of the strong connections that our Temple has with Camp George on both the camper and leadership level. It truly is a special place which inspires, creates lasting friendships, amazing skills and future leaders. Every year when I visit, I wish I could be a camper!!

This year, our Sisterhood will be holding a fundraiser on Sunday, April 23, 2017 called a “60’s Folk Revival.” Part of the funds raised will go to help maintain our Sisterhoods projects and part will be directed to Camp George, in support of the new Mirpa’ah – Health and Wellness Centre. We know this will benefit all of the attendees at Camp George and maintain the high levels of care that Camp provides.


Although George song leaders were not yet born back in the 60’s, they are still singing some of these folk songs as they can be found in the Shireinu! Some of you will be more familiar with the tunes and we invite you to listen to and sing along with the band “Where Have All the Folk Songs Gone?” as they perform live on April 23rd.

Hear the band at Take a look at the flyer for more details.Tickets are only $25 for adults / $18 for youth.

Buy your ticket(s)! PHONE: 905-889-2252 EXT 115

There are a limited number of seats still available so purchase yours soon. Reserved tables available with the purchase of 10 tickets.

Can’t attend.  You can still support the evening by placing a personal greeting or business card in the program for only $25. Larger sizes are available. Please contact for details. Don’t miss out on this nostalgic evening. Have a great time and support Camp George at the same time.