Canadian Friends of Rabbis for Human Rights and the Montreal Dialogue Group
invite you to
an interactive environmental Tu B’Shvat seder to contribute to efforts to protect and replenish the olive trees of Palestine and Israel.
This year we will also explore the changing world of the Bedouin people of Israel and Palestine. Our guides on this journey are Amal Elsana and Anwar Alh’jooj. This is an opportunity to learn about traditional Bedouin culture, even as the Bedouin community faces new challenges.
Music by Fran Avni and a potluck dinner.
When: Sunday, January 19th, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Congregation Dorshei Emet (18, ch Cleve, Hampstead)
Admission is $5 plus a vegetarian dish.
Reservations will be accepted until January 15th at firstname.lastname@example.org or 514-489-5651.