Community-Wide Tu B’Shevat Seder

Congregations Har HaShem, Bonai Shalom, and Nevei Kodesh join together with Boulder Jewish CSA in presenting a Tu B’Shevat Seder on Wednesday, January 19th at Congregation Har HaShem. This journey of ecological awareness and spiritual and physical nourishment will be led by Rabbi Aviva Bass, Rabbi Josh Rose, and Rabbi Marc Soloway.

Tu B’Shevat, “New Year of the Trees” has become the Jewish Earth Day and a time to reflect on environmental issues, the earth, our food sources, and the human connection to our surroundings. Rich in symbolism, the Seder allows us to explore the deeper essence of being through the tastes, sights, and smells of the earth’s blessings.

The seder begins at 6:30 pm. Light dinner including traditional fruits & grape juice provided. Bring your own kosher wine. $10 per person, $18 for couples, $25 for families of 3 or more. Click here for calendar tools including reminders.

Limited seating. This event will sell out. No walk-ins. Tree-based art project for ages 12 and under will be provided. Please indicate in your RSVP whether your child will participate.

RSVP by Friday, January 14th to RSVP@harhashem.org or (303) 499-7077. Payment in advance please to Har HaShem.

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  1. Is the photo of the tree available for purchase as a print? Thanks.