Jan.
27

Tu B’Shevat & Havdalah

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Come and celebrate the “other” seder, the New Year of the Trees, and our vital connection to the natural world.  We will delight our senses with the fruits of the vine and the tree, while offering thanks and spiritual reflection. 

Rabbi Ted will inspire and lead us in community prayer and song, and guide us through the ritual of this wonderful holiday that some refer to as “Jewish Earth Day.”  We will complete the evening with a brief Havdalah Service.

All food and wine and ritual objects provided.  Help to make this event green by bringing your own plates and glasses.

Recommended donation payable at the door:

  • Individuals: $10/member; $15 non-member
  • Families: $20/members; $25 non-members

RSVP is required – Click Here to indicate your attendance.

  • When:  On Saturday, January 27, from 4pm to 6pm
  • Where:  Skylawn Memorial Park, at the top of Highway 92 near the junction of Highway 35.