Join our temple family for a delicious dinner from 6:15 until 7:30 p.m., followed by candle-lighting and an evening Shabbat service at 7:30 p.m. Always a favorite event, we fill the social hall with the sounds of children and families dining together.
Bring your chanukkiah (menorah) and candles from home, and we will all light them together in the sanctuary prior to the evening service.
Meal includes roasted chicken, vegetables, applesauce, garden salad and, of course, Artie’s famous latkes! Kids’ meal available: Chicken nuggets (please specify in reservation details).
Please note that reservations are due by Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Mail your payment, along with name and phone number, to: Temple Beth David of the South Shore, P.O. Box 479, Canton, MA 02021. Please make check payable to TBD Chai Society.
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* Registration closes on December 4th
1060 Randolph St
Canton, MA 02021
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