RSVP, space is limited! Bring Pillows, Warm Clothing
Passover Work Party. Sunday, March 17, 10 am
The tent needs decorating. The kitchen needs to be made kosher for Passover. Your help would be greatly appreciated! If you can't come at this particular time, we'd be happy to schedule a special time for you!
Passover Cooking Extravaganza - Hands-on Learning for All Ages. Sunday, March 24, 10 am-3 pm. Make Horseradish, Matza Kugel, Gefilte Fish, Charoset, Passover Desserts like your Bubby made (or didn’t)- Sunday, March 24, Come any time between 10 am and 3 pm. Rabbi Gary and Rabbi Laurie invite you into their Passover kitchen. Learn their favorite Passover recipes and help prepare for Gesher’s community Seders. Passover stories for children at 12 Noon, and a chance to ask 4 or more questions about Passover as we cook. Free.
Bedikat Chametz: A Jewish Egg Hunt and Bonfire—Searching for the last leavened products. Sunday, March 24, 7 pm
Did you feel left out during the Easter egg hunt? Feel it no more. Search for non-Passover foods as a physical and spiritual exercise. We even use chocolate eggs and cookies for the children, and candles and feathers for searching. We’ll build a bonfire and burn the chametz. Hear a Passover story, too. It all takes less than an hour.
Families with Young Children Seder. Monday, March 25, 5 pm
Children know "make believe." At this seder, we role play our jobs in Egypt, build pyramids, journey through the desert, escape through the sea, and feast in freedom. Bring pillows to sit on and warm clothing. For more on what we tell our children before coming to Seder.
Community Seder: Tuesday, March 26, 6 pm
Come one, come all! The second night of Passover. Gesher will provide the slave clothing, exit visas and sustenance for the journey from slavery to freedom.. Take the Passover journey. Bring pillows to sit on and warm clothing. Children of all ages welcome.
Singles and Couples without Children Seder. Friday, March 29, 6 pm
Passover is a spiritual journey that finds us reflecting on the journey of moving from constraint to liberation. Engage the telling through theater and art. We do it by feasting and partaking in meaningful memory. This is a feast, spiritually and physically. Bring pillows and warm clothing.
Maimuna. Special celebration of hametz (leavened goodies) Tuesdy, April 2, 7 pm
Like Jews of Morroco, come to a post-Passover pot-luck cake and pastry party, and help the rabbis turn their kitchen back to being their “regular kitchen”. Come celebrate; please help!
Suggested Donation: Adults $36; Students $18; Children (over 3) $14 for a multi course feast
(Absolutely no one is turned away for inability to pay!)
RSVP is necessary, Space is limited. Bring pillows, warm clothing
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