The Torah commands Jews to share the story of their exodus from Egypt every year at Passover. Though the narrative doesn’t change, that doesn’t mean the Passover table has to look the same each year. These innovative designs, made by former students at Israel’s Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, put unique twists on the traditional seder plate, on which six symbolic foods — a green vegetable, a sweet fruit paste, two types of bitter herb, a shank bone and an egg — are placed to facilitate the telling of the Passover story.
4:00 pm Sukkot at Pearlstone @ Pearlstone
Sukkot at Pearlstone @ Pearlstone
Oct 13 @ 4:00 pm – Oct 15 @ 10:00 am
Pearlstone’s Sukkot Retreat is a joyous, diverse, and nature-filled gathering for Jews of all ages and backgrounds. This immersive shabbaton includes inspiring Jewish learning, spirited singing, festive far-to-table meals and an inclusive community building experience.[...]
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