Bet Am Shalom Family Programming

Shabbat Kulanu 3/1/19: Intergenerational Kabbalat Shabbat Dinner

Please join us on March 1st for Shabbat Kulanu.  Beginning at 6:15 PM in the Beit Midrash, Rabbi Bronstein and Cantor Schiller tweak our family-friendly Shabbat eve service to accommodate young children and families, but ALL are welcome!  The service is followed by a delicious catered entrees dinner with pot luck sides and desserts.  The tables will be decorated with potted flowers by Torah La'am 2nd graders and Shabbat candleholders made by 3rd graders.

Please RSVP and sign-up for 1-2 dairy or pareve NUT-FREE items for the potluck below by Feb. 25th so we can order the catered main dishes.  We will provide catered main dishes and pizzas for the kids.  Remember to bring your dish ready to serve (on your own servingware) and can feed your family plus 6 other adults (we want everyone to be able to try your food). In addition to the dish of your choice, you are welcome to bring a Shabbat ritual object from home to decorate the tables. 

Invite friends and/or anyone who might feel at home and consider joining Bet Am! We welcome non-members to celebrate with us—just add them to your RSVP and ask that they bring wine or a store-bought kosher dessert. Any questions? Contact Meredith Strongin or Tara Stein at [email protected] or [email protected]

Date: 03/01/2019 (Fri.)

Time: 6:15pm - 8:30pm EST

Location: Bet Am Shalom Beit Midrash

Created by:   Shabbat Kulanu

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NUT-FREE Vegetable Side Dish (8)
NUT FREE Salad (7)
  1 of 7 slots filled
Meredith Strongin
Green Salad
NUT FREE Vegetable Platter and Dip (2)
Fruit Salad / Platter (4)
NUT FREE Dessert (10)
  1 of 10 slots filled
Abby Reiken
Wine (2)
Responses:     Yes: 3     No: 0     Maybe: 0     No Response: 55

Adult Guests:    Confirmed: 7     Maybe: 0

Child Guests:    Confirmed: 3     Maybe: 0

YES (3) -  

Abby Reiken (3 adults)

Hal and Bobbie Weinreb (2 adults)
I like to prepare a fish dish called ceviche that is based on a lime juice pickled cod or similar fish. Would that be appropriate?

Meredith Strongin (2 adults, 3 children)