Join us for a Moroccan-themed Family Kabbalat Shabbat and Mimouna! We’ll kick off at 5:45 with kids activities in the KidZone (hamsa decorating, henna and more!) and at 6:15 p.m we’ll have a Shabbat sing-a-long with Robin Berger. Regular Kabbalat Shabbat services will also begin at 5:45 p.m, in the Kimerling Chapel. At 6:45 p.m all are invited to join us in the Filler Cultural Center for a Makarios dinner sponsored by TBE and dessert potluck.
Sign up here to bring a dessert: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050849afad22a3fd0-mimouna#/
Please RSVP to Margaret no later than April 11!
A mimouna is a post-Passover celebration held by Jews around the world, with its origins coming from Morocco. At our mimouna we’ll be serving traditional moufleta flatbreads and delicious Middle Eastern food from Makarios. Often, a mimouna is a chance to bring foods to share with each other, so we invite you to participate in a dessert potluck as part of our first TBE mimouna!
For our Family Shabbat on April 14th food will be brought in from Makarios for dinner and congregants are invited to bring store -bought desserts with a hechsher. In order to bring food outside food to the Cultural Center while protecting the sanctity of our kosher kitchens, the following measures will be put in place: TBE Kitchens will be locked, and the outdoor doors blocked and marked with signage (please help us keep this area safe by not entering the kitchen area during this event!) 2). We will be setting up food on the opposite side of the Cultural Center from the kitchens 3). We will only use disposable paperware and plastic, disposable serving utensils for serving outside food 4). All outside food must be vegetarian 5). All outside food will be clearly labeled as not being produced in the TBE kitchens.