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Havdalah & Tu B'Shevat Concert

Saturday, January 23, 2021 10 Shevat 5781

7:00 PM - 8:00 PMZoom

Please join the OT Membership Committee and your fellow congregants to celebrate Tu B'Shevat with music, laughter, and lots of fun. We will hear the melodic sounds of Brian Binder and Dan Wolfe as they sing about the trees and nature. Noy and Gefen join us from Israel to share their own celebration of the Yom Tov. Our USYers have prepared a short skit as well, and a sing-along will conclude the evening. We guarantee a fun evening starting with Havdalah at 7:00pm with Rabbi Kalender, followed by the Tu B'Shevat celebration. Don't miss the fun!

Register below to receive the Zoom link. For more information please contact Erin.

Click here to download Noy's Dates & Nuts Bar recipe

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About Tu B'Shevat: Fruit trees were given special status in the Torah because of their importance in sustaining life and as a symbol of God's divine favor. "Only trees that you know will not yield food may be destroyed (Deuteronomy 19-20). Leviticus 19-23 states that the farmer can only eat fruit of a tree in the 5th and subsequent years of a tree's life. Since the date a tree was planted was often unknown, the rabbis established the 15th of Shevat as a New Year of all trees. Today, Tu B'Shevat has become a symbol of both Zionist attachment to the Land of Israel as well as an example of Jewish sensitivity to the environment. Tu B'Shevat is an ancient and authentic Jewish "Earth Day" that educates Jews about the Jewish advocacy of responsible stewardship of God's creation. This year, we celebrate Tu B'Shevat beginning the evening of Wednesday, January 27 and Thursday, January 28. Tu B'Shevat is celebrated by eating fruits native to Israel, planting trees, and environmental education.


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