Join us for a lovely summer evening potluck picnic Seudah Shlishit by the Charles River. We’ll kick a ball around, study some queer Torah, and end the day with Havdalah.
**Please bring veggie picnic to share, bottled water, a blanket and a ball or frisbee if you have one.** We’ll meet at Congregation Eitz Chayim and walk down to the river.
RSVP on the registration link, or at meetup http://www.meetup.com/Ruach-HaYam-Queer-Jewish-Ritual-and-Study/events/222902357/ or email the organizer.
If you need a ride to the river from Eitz Chayim please let us know when you arrive.
There is a parking consideration, so you may park on the street for this event, or in the driveway. Good idea to put a note behind the windshield if you are on the street.
In case of rain, we’ll go inside at Eitz Chayim.
We’ll bring some bug stuff just in case; if you have a favorite feel free to bring it.
Ruach HaYam welcomes queer Jews, friends, allies, family, and interfaith connections to our events. We organize short and all day Shabbat events, as well as queer Jewish text study.
Event Location: Congregation Eitz Chayim
136 Magazine St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139
* Registration closes on July 10th
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