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Yom Kippur Pre-Fast Potluck Brinner (and other Yom Kippur events)

Andy Ribner ’14 loves having breakfast for dinner (read: “brinner”) and isn’t afraid to say it:

Bring some food and bring some friends for a great communal meal before the start of Yom Kippur. It’s potluck-style, so the more you bring the more we can all have! The Bayit and Full House will be bringing some eggs, tofu, chicken (not kosher), and potatoes but please bring any foods you want as well so we can all fill up for the holiday.

Also, please bring your own dishware and utensils as there will not be enough plastic to go around.

Followed by Evening services/Kol Nidre at 6:25PM in Beckham Hall.

House Hopping Day: Hamantaschen Making at THE BAYIT!

Sydney Hausman-Cohen ’13 REPRESENT!

We are going to make Hamantaschen (delicious triangle shaped cookies) in early honor of Purim (which is during spring break) this Sunday at the Bayit during House Hopping Day. Purim is kind of like a Jewish Halloween, in that it involved costumes and sweets, but the tradition is to give cookies to others (like reverse trick-or-treating). Come stop by, see the house, and make some cookies to bring to your friends!

Date:   Feb. 20
Time:   Noon – 5:00 PM
Place:  The Bayit, 157 Church Street