Saturday, March 21, 10:30 am, Beit Yakov with Arik Labowitz

Arik

Bob writes:” We open our 2015 Season with our newest spiritual leader,  Arik Labowitz, whose musical Shabbat  
service will fill the Garden.  It's the first day of Spring, and Rosh Chodesh Nissan;  we will open the Torah to Parashah Vayikra and its offerings of peace.    This is an opportunity to celebrate Shabbat, Spring, and Return to the Garden with blooming wisteria and climbing roses.


Please bring a pot luck dish for six to share.  Come and join us, and please arrive early.”
Location in San Anselmo.  Contact Bob, r.jaffe2@comcast.net, 415 378 9175 for info and directions.

Friday evening, March 27, Author night, Kiddush, and Potluck in the Fireside Room of St. John's Church

wire-bound-pad.jpgPlease join us for a brief Shabbat service, inspired poetry readings by David Shaddock (winner of International Peace Poem Prize) and Antoinette Constable (winner of PEN first prize for poetry) , and a delicious vegetarian potluck. Wheelchair accessible. Click here to pay in advance.

Saturday, April 11, Maimouna

a celebration of the last afternoon of Pesach in the garden of Ljuba Davis at College & Stuart in
Berkeley.


 

 

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