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What Are You Doing For Lag B’Omer?

Next Wednesday, May 25th, come celebrate Lag B’Omer at Bonai Shalom with a bonfire and drumming circle, starting at 7:00 pm! It is customary on the 33rd day of the Omer to celebrate joyously, temporarily suspending all other mourning practices observed throughout the counting of the Omer.

Bring your own food, drinks (Kosher beer and wine are fine), and instruments. Bonai will provide some potatoes to roast over the fire, so bring your favorite Kosher/vegetarian potato toppings!

Lag B'Omer Drumming Circle & Bonfire

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