Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Further details & RSVP info

Choose from among many hosts -different days and locations- including the Seder in Woodley Park at Deborah & Shalom's.

Be sure to RSVP!


Celebrate the Jewish new year for the trees—DC eco-justice style!

Etz Chayim DC is partnering with local Jews to host multiple DC-relevant Tu B’Shvat sederim. We’ll explore the symbolic meaning of the seven species of the mid-Atlantic region, DC urban trees, and sustainability in our community. The seder content is inspired by Hazon, with a District flare and ideas for making a difference here at home.

Sederim will be located in: Adams Morgan (including Moishe House), Takoma, Woodley Park, and Rockville (Moishe House). Click here to find a seder near you and to RSVP. $10 suggested donation (suggested wine donation for Moishe House DC).

Etz Chayim DC is a community forum for people in the Washington, D.C. area to exchange ideas, create events, and channel our collective power toward food and environmental justice work, inspired by Jewish tradition and practice.

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