Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775
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Passover for Beginners

April 6, 2014 10:30 AM-12:00 PM

Attending a Seder?  Want to learn about Passover?

Spend some time with InterfaithFamily/Philadelphia for a fun and informative morning of cooking, Seder table preparation, and questions and answers about Passover rituals. Learn to make traditional Passover foods and enjoy the company of others in a warm and intimate environment. Learn the basics.

Passover for Beginners

At Callowhill Whole Foods on the Parkway

  • Meet other interfaith couples and individuals.
  • Ask ANY questions you want (in a non-judgmental setting).
  • Learn how to make a few easy Passover dishes.
  • Learn about some Jewish traditions and their origins.
  • Relax and have fun!

Space is limited so click here to register!

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