Kadima Goes to Menchies
When? May 31st 5pm-6:30pm
Where? Menchies in U Village
Cost? Bring some money to purchase your sweet treat
As our year together comes to a close, we invite all 6th-8th graders to come say goodbye to Tal and celebrate the end of the school year and start of summer. What better way to celebrate summer then with frozen yogurt! Meet Tal and Noah at Menchies in the U Village- May 31st from 5pm-6:30pm. You can stop by or plan to stay for the whole time. Remember to bring some money to purchase your sweet treat!
Prozdor parents and families are invited to learn from our 6th and 7th grade students and celebrate their learning and achievements over the semester!
We request that parents attend shabbat classes with their child from 9:30-10:30 each shabbat.
This is Rabbi Cohen’s chance to get to know our middle school students.
Click here to contact Sarah Rubin for more information.
Rabbi Sachs will join the Religious School class to teach.
Teaching Middle School students, their parents, and other interested adults.
From 10:00-10:45am in the Beit Midrash
What’s happening at Beth Shalom for Tu B’Shvat? Enough to make a few trees happy, we think.
Leading up to the holiday:
- The ECC kids will be studying about the holiday and making centerpieces for our Shabbat Tu B’Shvat. (Closed – ECC students only)
Saturday, February 11th
- The 7th grade Mitzvot class will have a special session dedicated to Tu Bishvat and agricultural mitzvot. (Closed – 7th grade Mitzvot class only)
- D’var Torah during Shabbat morning services will be given by Deirdre Gabbay, focusing on the environmental connections of Tu B’Shvat. (Open – all are welcome)
- Kiddush Lunch including Tu B’Shvat Seder fruits, blessings, and discussion questions on every table. (Open – all are welcome)
- Shabbat afternoon learning, 1:15pm in the Beit Midrash – Connections to Tu B’Shevat (details to come). (Open – all are welcome)
Sunday, February 13th, 2017
- Rochelle Wynne will lead religious school students in a special Tu Bishvat planting. (Closed – Religious School students only)
- All religious school students will take a field trip to Jewish Family Services to see how the food they grow in the garden is used. (Closed – Religious School students only)
- Annual afternoon tree planting organized by Manny Jacobowitz. (Open – all are welcome to join)
2:00pm – meet in Magnuson Park, Lot E4 between the swim beach and Kite Hill (enter the park at NE 65th Street and go left at the fork in the road). Bring gloves and spades if you have them, though we will also have a supply. Please RSVP to Manny so he knows what supplies to bring.
- Young Adult Eco Tu B’Shevat Seder, location to be announced. (Open to all young adults in the Greater Seattle Jewish community) Contact Rachel Wachtel for more information.
Rabbi Dina Rosenberg, candidate for the position of Assistant Rabbi, will lead learning for 6th, 7th and 8th grade families as well as any interested adults.
We are amending our Saturday Prozdor schedule in order to provide an opportunity for families, students, and adults to meet and learn from our visiting Assistant Rabbi candidate.
For information about additional events this weekend related to the assistant rabbi search, see our full calendar of events.
You can find information about the assistant rabbi search here.