April 10, 2012, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Golden Gate Room, Fort Mason Center
Marina Blvd and Buchanan St., San Francisco, CA
Slavery and liberation, a thing of the past or a modern dilemma? Mix and mingle with traditions new and old in an interactive Passover experience.
The event will feature:
- Vegetarian, Slow Food, hametz-free Passover dinner and wine (with fair wages for cooks & farmers)
- Opportunities to connect ancient Passover themes with current food justice issues and campaigns
- Jewish and food justice learning with wisdom from community teachers
- Space for conversation, rituals, meeting people and connecting to Jewish community
Cost: Sliding scale, $25-$36. Please contribute what you can.
To RSVP: Register here Pre-registration is highly encouraged as this event will sell out.
To BRING: Food donations for the San Francisco Food Bank. Most needed items: tuna, canned meat, soups, stews, chili, peanut butter, and canned fruit. Tips from the Food Bank: donate items you would eat, check the “use before” date, and avoid glass items, which can break.
This event is brought to you by Pursue, The Kitchen and Hazon, and is co-sponsored by our friends at AJWS Global Circle, EcoJews of the Bay, Fair Trade Judaica, New Israel Fun-New Generations, PJA/JFSJ, Urban Adamah and Wilderness Torah.