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Sunday, January 14 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Judaism at Home in Seattle: Ashkenazi and Sephardi Traditions for the New Year of the Trees

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In our homes, opportunities to engage Jewishly are in every corner. From bedtime blessings to doorpost marking, we are more present to our days when we participate in Jewish rituals, new and ancient. At holiday time, beyond celebrating communally, the ways we bring Jewish festivities into our homes is invaluable. In this session, we'll use the upcoming holiday of the trees and nature, Tu B’Shevat, to demonstrate how it is possible to “do Jewish” at home. Experience the celebratory Sephardic practice of “Fruticas,” and join in breaking down perceived barriers to discover a wealth of resources—for Tu B’Shevat and beyond. All experience levels and backgrounds welcome!

Presenters
avatar for Albert Maimon

Albert Maimon

Al Maimon was born and raised in Seattle, into the Sephardic community. He has been active in the larger Jewish community in many ways here, in New York, Israel, and elsewhere. His Jewish education, formal and informal, encompasses many aspects of Judaism, Jewish history, traditi... Read More →
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Kate Speizer

Rabbi Kate Speizer serves as the Adult Engagement Director at Temple De Hirsch Sinai and coordinates the citywide Jewish seniors program called Endless Opportunities. Her passion is to make Jewish living and learning accessible and relevant, building community by connecting peopl... Read More →


Sunday January 14, 2018 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Alumni (South)