Tubish’vat Program

January 24, 2016 0

Tubish’vat, the “New Year of the Trees,” is an opportunity to celebrate our connection to the earth. Jewish mystics of the 16th century created the Tubish’vat seder, in which they would eat fruits of the land of Israel with blessings and intentions. CDT will be celebrating the New Year of the Trees with a Tubish’vat Seder exploring Jewish teachings on the environment, on the mystical tree of life, and more!

*This event is at the First Unitarian Society of Newton, 1326 Washington Street in West Newton.

For more information, please go to www.dorsheitzedek.org, call 617-965-0330, or email info@dorsheitzedek.org

Event Location: First Unitarian Society in Newton
1326 Washington Street, West Newton, MA, 02465

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Sunday, January 24, 2016, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

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