The evening will begin with Shabbat Shira, the Sabbath of Song, and a family-friendly Friday evening service full of music. We will continue with a celebration of of Tu b’Shevat by exploring the enduring connections between Judaism and nature. The service will feature both adult and student leaders of the Temple Anshe Amunim community. A dairy dinner will be served following the service, featuring those fruits that are symbolically linked to Tu b’Shevat. There is an $8 per person charge for the dinner, with a maximum charge of $25 per family. Major funding provided by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation. Reservations by January 18, 2018.
Sponsor: Harold Grinspoon Foundation