Tuesday April 15, 2014 at 5:30pm (second night)
Havurah, 56 North Pleasant St., Middlebury
Help also needed with children’s activities, setup and cleanup.
Fee to cover costs of the Seder is $7 per person or $28 per family. Everyone is welcome!
RSVP by Friday, April 11, to Jodi Girard girard [at] gmavt.net
Many old time Havurah members recall with tremendous fondness the annual Havurah Sukkot Potluck. We are delighted to announce that members Ben and Louisa Stein have graciously offered to organize the 5774/2013 Sukkot Potluck.
When: Friday, September 20, 2013
Where: Havurah House
Time: The Hey Class will be hosting the first Friday night service of the School Year. The service begins at 6:15, and the potluck will be immediately following the service.
What should I bring? The Havurah Kosher Policy is straightforward: No pork or shellfish. No mixing milk and meat (e.g. Chicken Parmesean, Beef Stroganoff). We’ll have a Dairy and Meat Table. What people chose to put on their own plates is their choice. Dishes that have worked well in the past include Baked Ziti, Roasted Chicken, Buttered Pasta, Pizza, Hummus and Pita, Kugel, Rice Pilaf etc.. We do ask that all food be NUT FREE!!
RSVP: Kindly let Ben or Louisa Stein (stein.louisa [at] gmail.com) know if you’re coming, and what you’ll be bringing. This way we won’t wind up with 10 pans of brownies. Feel free to bring a friend; all are welcome!
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