Riverway Project:

Seder-Plate Etching

Top Pick March 31, 2019 Boston $36.00
(Photo: claylib/iStock)
(Photo: claylib/iStock)

Why do we include certain items on the seder plate? What if you don’t have a seder plate or if there isn’t room on yours for everything you’d want to include? Now is your chance to design your own glass seder (or matzah) plate as you connect with other young adults (ages 22-45) during this creative workshop.

Taught by Tova Speter, director of The MEM Project, participants will learn glass-etching techniques to create a beautiful plate that can be used in your Passover celebration. We’ll also engage in some learning about the seder plate to help inspire your design. There will be a light dinner as well. All are welcome; no prior art experience/Jewish learning necessary!

This session is a component of Seder Squad 2019, a training, support and funding program for those in their 20s and 30s to host seders in their home. All are welcome to attend this session. For more information on Seder Squad, including applications, other sessions and seders participating in the Squad, check out our website.

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Sunday, March 31, 2019, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Temple Israel
477 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
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