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Speaking of sharing, don’t miss out on Friday’s great event: Share Shabbat, a friendly neighborhood dinner for young couples. The event is sponsored by CJP’s Young Leadership Division (YLD) and includes a catered dinner at Kehillath Israel in Brookline for just $16.
Next week we’ll be highlighting some fantastic Purim events—so whether you prefer dressing as the classic Vashti, or the newest definition of goddess, make sure you get your costumes ready! If you’re as anxious for Purim as we are for the next crazy Charlie Sheen quote, make sure to check out Tremont St. 20s&30s pre-Purim party, listed below!
**Check out three highlighted events below, or click here to see all events for young adults!**
March 10th @ Somerville Theater, 8-10 pm
Former lead singer from the Idan Raichel Project, Ravid Kahalani's Yemen Blues creates an exciting reinterpretation of his musical roots that is gaining international acclaim at concerts across Europe and Canada. Don’t miss their New England Premiere which is one of their final gigs on their North American tour.
Tickets: $30 Orchestra, $25 Front Balcony, $20 Rear Balcony. Also available at the Somerville Theater Box Office.
Club Shushan (Pre)Purim Dance
March 12th @ Temple Beth Shalom of Cambridge (8 Tremont St., Cambridge, MA) @ 8-11:45 pm
Rock out on the Saturday night before Purim to get into the spirit of the holiday! 21+. Costumes STRONGLY encouraged. The festivities will be going strong until 12:30 A.M. Admission includes fabulous souvenir shot glass. Signature cocktails will include the "Morde-jito" and the "Chocolate Vashtini"!
Israel Folkdance Festival of Boston
March 13th @ MIT's Kresge Auditorium from 3-5 pm
Bouncing horas and sinuous eastern dance, adults, teens and children will all share the stage as hundreds of dancers perform at the Israel Folkdance Festival of Boston on March 13th. This year's event, which marks the 35th consecutive festival, will be held at MIT's Kresge Auditorium in Cambridge at 3:00 p.m. Dancers from Boston will be joined by visiting performers in an exciting afternoon of traditional and modern Israeli folk dance. The performance will be preceded by an Israeli market in Kresge Lobby from 1-3.