Shavuot University at Adath Israel
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Usher in the festival of Shavuot, celebrating the Giving of the Torah, with a night of learning and cheesecake. Two classes, Maariv Service, and discover why it's traditional to eat dairy on Shavuot.
Usher in the festival of Shavuot, celebrating the Giving of the Torah, with a night of learning and cheesecake. The 8:00PM class with with Rabbi Eric Yanoff is "Hey - Did I See You at Sinai?" - Recalling versus Retelling, and the Importance of Memory. At 9:00 is the Maariv Service, followed by Oneg Yom Tov (cheesecake). Rabbi Rick Libovitz presents the 9:45-to-10:30 class: "Being 'Whys': A Different Four Questions." Participants will also discover why it's traditional to eat dairy products on Shavuot.
250 North Highland Avenue
Merion Station, PA
- 10:30 PM
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