Congregation Beth Israel, in the hills of the northern Berkshires, is a community of families and individuals. We celebrate our Jewish Heritage,  study and practice our tradition, and search for spiritual meaning. Our community has a rich history and is inspired by many expressions of Judaism--from the traditional to the innovative.  We welcome all, Jewish families and interfaith families, gay and straight, singles and non-traditional families. Our services and social events are open to all. We welcome you to learn about uscontact usattend our services, and join our congregational family.
53 Lois Street - North Adams, Massachusettts 01247 - 413 663-5830
Founded 1893 - Member of the Union for Reform Judaism
Photo by L. Radin
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The Chronicles of Rose
November 5
7:30 PM
Congressional Beth Israel — 53 Lois Street
(413) 663-5830
Free, with a discussion to follow.

Local theatre artist David Lane will bring an evening of puppetry and discussion to Congregation Beth Israel with The Chronicles of Rose, a puppet play which tells the story of Nazi plundering of art and artifacts during World War II. The Chronicles of Rose is the real-life story of Rose Valland, the curator of the Jeu de Paume Museum in Paris which was commandeered by the Nazis during the occupation of France in World War II. 

The Chronicles of Rose is supported in part by a grant from the Jim Henson Foundation and by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.