Enjoy a delicious meal while supporting a great cause!
This month, we are partnering with T'ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights and the Coaltion of Immokalee Workers to raise awareness about their campaign for better wages and working conditions in the Florida tomato industry. Rabbinic intern Miriam Liebman, who recently traveled to Florida where she met with local organizers, will share how we can take action in the fight for raising wages and and ensuring an accountable system for human rights in the fields.
We welcome all Young Adults and Grad Students in their 20s & 30s.
Drinks and appetizers begin at 7:15 pm, following spirited services to welcome Shabbat at 6 PM
In keeping with the spirit of Shabbat we ask that you please refrain from using cellular phones in the building. Bring your business cards to stay in touch
While the cost of dinner is $26 per person, we have made a number of tickets available for those who need finanical assistance. Please pay what you can afford, and consider donating a couple extra dollars to help open more discounted spots!
We welcome people of all financial means. A limited number of tickets are available for individuals who are willing to volunteer throughtout the event are able to arrive by 5PM and stay until 10:30PM. If you are interested in volunteering, please email email@example.com . These spots fill up quickly.
Our events do frequently sell out. In the event that the dinner sells out there will be a number of $5 wait list tickets which will allow admission to the happy hour. If there are no-shows or cancellations you can attend the dinner and will be able to mail a check for the difference the following week.
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