Saturday, Sep 15 / 10AM-12:30PM / Stewart Park Small Pavilion
Come enjoy a family-oriented service, nature crafts for all ages, story-telling, traditional holiday foods of apples and honey, honeycake, and more! Blow the shofar to welcome the new year and walk down to Cayuga Lake for Tashlikh
This event is free and open to the public; donations are appreciated.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Sunday, Sep 9 / Lifelong Center, 119 W. Court St., (map) / 7pm
(Doors will open at 6:45pm)
Dear Kol Haverim Members and Friends,
Please join us for Rosh Hashanah Evening Service and potluck reception. Humanistic service with live music followed by light refreshments and time for schmoozing! Will Fudeman and David Frumkin (aka Mel and Sol) will once again be providing music. RSVP appreciated to firstname.lastname@example.org
For the potluck reception, we ask Kol Haverim members to contribute a dessert or snack. We ask people with last names beginning with letters A-M to please bring a savory snack or finger food and those with last names beginning with letters N-Z to please bring fruit or dessert. We will provide beverages (and apples, challah, and honey) for everyone to enjoy.
Suggested donation for non-members is $10 per adult or $20 for a family.
Childcare will be available (for children 18 months to 10 years) if requested. To request childcare, please let us know on your RSVP to email@example.com by September 4.
As usual, volunteers to help with set-up or clean-up are greatly appreciated. If you have time to come early to help set up chairs or slice apples, or if you can commit to stay afterwards to help with clean-up, please let us know on your RSVP.