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Summer Night Dream – Shavuot with The Kitchen, Beth Sholom & The JCC

Thursday, May 25, 2023 5 Sivan 5783

7:00 PM - 10:45 PMCongregation Beth Sholom

Join us as we partner with Congregation Beth Sholom and The JCC for an evening of late night study, piyyutim sung outside, a (light) summer feast and cheesecake for the whole community! Full program details below.

The holiday of Shavuot marks the moment Torah, a sacred scroll of divine teachings, was received by the Jewish people on Mount Sinai. Today we honor the Shavuot traditions of gathering in community to celebrate learning and discussion as a way to discover together and seek new truths. The customs associated with the holiday include a tikkun leyl Shavuot (Jewish mystical tradition of staying up all night studying Torah), eating dairy products and a public reading of the Biblical Book of Ruth.

Thursday, May 25th 7 - 11 PM
Congregation Beth Sholom

301 14th Avenue
San Francisco, CA
94118

Evening Programs & Times

7 PM Family Program
8 PM Breakout Session 1 or DIY Ice Cream Making for Kids
9 PM Niggunim, Piyyutim & Song
9:30 PM Schmooze & Lite Nosh
10 PM Breakout Session 2
10:45 PM Dairy nosh

For details about all programs, offerings, and Shavuot Community Thrift Drive, click here.

Register

Registrant Information


If registering for more individuals than yourself, be sure to enter each registrants first & last name, and email address.
Please note that kids programming is from 7pm-8pm and the adult program begins at 8pm.

This holiday is a collaboration of multiple different community organizations. Let us know which organization you are a member of or affiliated with.

We will not add you to any organizations email list unless otherwise specified below.

For this communal event, we are requesting that you adhere to the following:

1. If you have any symptoms of any type of illness, even if just a cold, we ask that you stay home. This helps to keep us all as healthy as possible. 
2. We strongly encourage all attendees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 with a booster if eligible.

Masks are no longer required to be worn, but absolutely accepted if that's what makes you the most comfortable. 
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