Sunday, February 9, 5:30- 8pm @ Life Long, 119 W Court St.
Dear Kol Haverim Community and Friends,
Our Tu B’Shevat celebration has always been a lively event (maybe because of the 4 cups of wine during the service 😉 ), and is open to all. We hope you can join us for our Tu B’Shevat participatory seder and dish-to-pass meal once again this year! Come celebrate the holiday of the trees! (*).
Our Tu B’Shevat seder will include wine, juice and various holiday foods. Please bring a dish-to-pass and your own place settings (so we can reduce the need for disposables). Also, let us know in advance if you require childcare. The event is free for members and non-members are welcome to make donation.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 7 so that we may plan accordingly. Also, let us know by February 2 if you require a childcare.
(*) Tu B’Shevat, commonly known as “The Holiday of the Trees” originated in the time shortly after the Jewish people were forced to leave Israel. In that time, it was a celebration of the end of winter and the beginning of spring. After being exiled from Spain during the Inquisition in the 15th century, a group of Jewish mystics, the Kabbalists, reinterpreted the holiday as a time to appreciate the importance of plants and the environment to our well-being. In recent years, Tu B’Shevat has become a day in which we recognize our ethical obligations to care for the planet and all its inhabitants.