Oberlin Community News Bulletin

Oberlin Rabbi Teaches Students How to “Live Spiritually”

Have questions about incorporating religion into your life? Join Chabad Rabbi Shlomo Elkan and Oberlin Meditator Jacques Rutzky as they discuss what it means to live your life spiritually in a modern world. This casual discussion will take place Feb. 19 from 4:30–5:30 p.m. in Wilder Hall, room 211. Though aimed at students, “Uncovering Spirituality” will be open to the public as well. All are welcome, regardless of religious background.

OCMS Hosts Electronic Music Classes

Oberlin Community Music School will hold electronic music composition classes on Sundays from 1–2:15 p.m. at Oberlin Community Music School. Classes will run for nine weeks beginning Feb. 17. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn how to compose electronic music; build microphones, portable recorders, and keyboards; and use audio-editing software. The course will culminate in a performance by each student, and is recommended for individuals ages 10–18.

Great Lakes Theater Brings Treasure Island to Oberlin

Cleveland’s Great Lakes Theater company is coming to the Oberlin Public Library on Feb. 24 with a performance of Treasure Island. Tag along with young Jim Hawkins on his voyage across the ocean as he searches for Captain Flint’s lost treasure. Watch a daring cast as they incorporate puppets, slapstick humor, music, and more to bring a classic pirate story to life. This production is based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson and was adapted by Eric Schmiedl. The show will take place from 2–3 p.m. and is recommended for anyone age six or older.