September 18, 2014 / 23rd of Elul, 5774
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Shabbat Across America Dinner at The Boston Synagogue

Friday, March 1
6:30pm – 9:00pm
  • $15.00 General Admission
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On March 1st tens of thousands of Jews across America will come together to eat, drink, relax, dance, enjoy, debat and celebrate at the 17th Annual Shabbat Across America. Be a part of this historic national event to celebrate that which unites all Jews -- Shabbat!
Everyone is invited -- singles, couples, families -- all ages!
Friday, March 1st - Services begin 6:30 pm - Dinner follows
w/ Rabbi Daniel Klein, our Rabbi-in-Residence
& David Finkelstein, our Rabbinic Intern from Hebrew College
Dinner Reservations preferred by Wednesday, February 27th
Price: $12 Synagogue Members/$15 Non-Members/$8 Young Pro's/Kids under 10 Free
To make your reservations, please visit our website at -- where you can pay via PayPal. Or contact the office: or 617-523-0453


$12 Synagogue Members
$15 Non-Members
$8 Young Pro's (20s & 30s)
Free for kids under 10

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