First Night Passover Seder… at Temple?
Yes, you read that right!
Vassar Temple will be hosting the third Annual First Night Seder…
Pesach – 2014!
On Monday evening, April 14, 2014 at 5:30pm
a lay-organized, lay-led Passover Seder
will take place in the Temple Social Hall
with special musical accompaniment by Joe Bertolozzi!
Complementing the traditional ritual foods, a delicious 4 course dinner, will be served. The menu includes: Matzoh Ball Soup, Gefillte Fish, Entrée of either Roasted Chicken, Beef Brisket or vegetarian loaf in mushroom sauce; vegetables; matzoh kugel, potatoes and selected Pesach dessert sweets. Chopped chicken liver with ʻmockʼ alternative and crudité will be available for nibbling. Ritual wine, tea and soft drinks will be provided. To cover expenses, the cost is $30pp [adult]; $10pp [6 – 13 yrs old]; under 6 are free. Maximum of $70 per nuclear family [parents & children] Following dinner the “Pesach Triathlon” will take place!
RSVP BY MARCH 21, 2014. PLEASE make payment to the temple office by this date to secure your reservation. Please submit the reservation form with your payment.
If you would like to be part of the Pesach planning committee,
you are invited to do so.
No experience needed! This is always lots of fun!
If you wish to attend the seder,
but prefer not to be involved in the planning, that’s OK too!
Contact the Seder Committee Chair if you have questions,
want to volunteer to help
or have financial concerns.
Sandra Mamis, 914-456-3524;