Are you Jewish? Jew-ish? Jew adjacent? A Jew by choice? Or thinking about converting? Are you in an interfaith relationship? Single? Happily married? Happily divorced? A new parent? A graduate student? A recent graduate? No matter where you are on your Jewish journey, whether you were raised Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist, Modern Orthodox, Orthodox or nondenominational; whether you’re a Jew of color, active in the LGBTQ community; Mizrahi, Sephardic, Ashkenazi and/or Israeli; whether you attended Jewish day school, Hebrew school, participated in Hillel, did Eser or none of the above; whether you’re a born-and-bred Cantabrigian or a newly-minted Bostonian, we want to hear your story!
Come join us for The Nosh, an Eser event dedicated to celebrating our vibrant Greater Boston young adult Jewish community through its stories. We invite you to nourish yourself and your community, and to learn a little about yourself and your neighbors, while sharing your own unique story and eating Mamaleh’s delicious food!
Cost includes price of food consumption and one drink. You will be given a drink ticket at the door. Please bring mobile ticket and a form of valid ID with you. This is a 21+ event. Vegetarian and gluten-free food options will be available, although please note Mamaleh’s is not kosher.
Event doors close at 7 p.m. for the main storytelling performance.
Want to share your story at the event? Submit it to our Call for Stories here.
What is Eser? Hebrew for “10.” Also a Hebrew College adult learning program sponsored by CJP, where young adults meet for 10 sessions of Jewish learning in Boston-area living rooms. Join Eser in March 2019 for Eser 2019: 10 Millennial Updates to Jewish Living. Registration and information can be found here.
Questions? Email Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is supported by a CJP Young Adult Innovation Grant.+ More... - Less...
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