Tag Archives: Jewish Holidays

Purim Masquerade

From Talia Baurer ’15:

Ever wondered what it looks like when a Jewish holiday is dedicated to dressing up in costume and behaving like fools? This (belated) Purim, come to the Bayit to celebrate the facts that a) Jews still exist, b) we have a house, c) masks are fun, and d) MASKS ARE REALLY SUPER FUN GUYS. The Bayit is about to throw a party just like Bubbe used to make… except not at all like Bubbe used to make, unless you have a really cool bubbe. Optional but encouraged: wear costumes, or at least masks! Masks will be provided.

Date: Saturday, March 29
Time: 10 PM – 1:30 AM
Place: The Bayit (157 Church St.)

Rosh Hashanah/Jewish New Year

From Val Pucilowski ’13:

What are you doing for Rosh Hashanah?
Please join us for singing, eating and fun this holiday.

Date: Wednesday, September 8th
Times: Evening service – 6PM, Davison Art Center Courtyard/CFA (weather permitting)
(Rain site: Usdan Campus Center: Beckham Hall)
Followed by special festive dinner – 7:00PM, Usdan Campus Center: Beckham Hall
(Rain site: Usdan Campus Center: Daniel Family Commons)

Date: Thursday, September 9th
Times: Morning service Day I – 10AM, Bekham Hall
Festive Lunch following services – 1:00PM, Usdan Campus Center: Room 108/110
Evening service – 7 PM, Adat Israel (Old Church and Broad St)

Date: Friday, September 10th
Times: Morning service Day II – 8:30 AM, Adat Israel