Cranberry Shabbat

October 28, 2017 Boylston Free 0
(Photo: WilshireImages/iStock)
(Photo: WilshireImages/iStock)

Cranberry Shabbat is everyone’s favorite event. It is a time to enjoy songs and prayers outdoors, wild cranberry picking beside Wachusett Reservoir, and a late fall potluck picnic lunch. Rabbi Katy Allen will lead the event.

Bring something to share for lunch and your own drinks and utensils. You will also need containers for the cranberries, most of which will be given to a homeless shelter for Thanksgiving dinner. There may be muddy spots and it could be windy and chilly along the water, so be weather prepared. Meet in the parking lot on Route 70 at the corner of Cross Street in Boylston. For information on carpooling, contact Ma’yan Tikvah.

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Saturday, October 28, 2017, 10:30 am - 1:00 pm
* Registration closes on October 28th
Wachusett Reservoir, Gate 8
1 Cross St
Boylston, MA 01505

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